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Coral Bath Puff

By: Adriana Veleda from theanarchiskitter.blogspot.com
Coral Bath Puff

Why spend that money replacing that plastic loofah when you can just make it yourself and save the money? This Coral Bath Puff is an easy crochet pattern that you can make loofahs with in no time! With this beginner crochet project, you can make a homemade gift for yourself and your friends and family. Instead of replacing it every 30 days, you just wash it, and reuse it! You'll be glad you made this eco-friendly wash cloth.

Beginner

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • 6.0 mm (J)
  • 100-150 yards of worsted yarn

Pattern is also available in Portuguese.

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What an easy bath pouf project. All it takes is some leftover yarn, you don't even finish one ball and you have a pretty bath pouf. You can make these to fill into your basket of homemade soaps and candles as gifts for your family and friends on holiday and special occasions.

This is a quick and easy project. I did not need to sign up for anything to see it. It does take a surprising amount of yarn though. I thought it would use less than it did. It is a good sized puff and is very full. I think there is an error on round one though. I have never seen the ch 3 before the magic ring before. I cant see how you could tighten the ring if it is done this way. I made my ring, then ch 3.

I'm disappointed that I had to sign up to her news letter to even see the pattern. I am waiting to receive a e-mail from the site so I can go back to her page and hopefully get the pattern. Fingers crossed, because I want this pattern.

@Cheryl Y if you go to the link above, there is a spot on the newsletter sign-up pop up on the right hand corner on top that says close. If you click that, you should be able to see the pattern in full. Hope that helps! -Kaylee, Editor of FaveCrafts

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