Materials: worsted weight cotton and F size and C size hook.
To start, wrap the cotton yarn around your index finger 4 times. Slip out of your finger carefully, not to break the "rings". Hold "rings" with one hand and with the other slip hook
under them and pull out a loop, make 1 sc. Now continue all around and make 15 more sc. Slip st to close ring.
Round 1- Ch 3, 1 dc in each of next 3 sc, 2 dc in next sc, rep around, ending with 2dc in last sc and a slip st to join round to beginning ch-3.
Round 2- Ch 5, sl st in next dc, rep all around. Round 3-Rep round 2, making a slip st instead of an sc to join the 5-ch loops, and using the loops you see at the back of each sc of previous row to make your slip st.
Round 4-Ch 3, make 11 dc in first loop of previous round, make 12 dc in every other loop around.
Round 5- Ch 3, 5 dc in same st, 6 dc innext dc and in each dc around.
If you would like your pouf to be larger, repeat Round 5 once or twice more. Join with sl st to beginning ch-3 of round. Fasten off.
Hanging Loop: Insert your fingers into the back of your pouf and find the back of the starting ring. Slip a C size hook into one of the sc there and join thread, pull up a loop, and continue until you have a chain of 43 ch.
Now sc all across the chain. Fasten off, leaving a long tail to sew the hanging loop to your pouf.
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