This nifty little soap saver helps to save all your soap ends, as well as provide gentle scrubbing action. Worked in an open mesh stitch that allows the soap suds to foam through easily as well as dry quickly. This free pattern uses very little yarn and is a great way to test out that organic cotton or linen yarn you’ve been eyeing.
If you need more detailed pattern instructions or prefer working with more pictures & videos, I have a paid pdf version here that also has a list of suggested yarns.
20g sport or DK weight yarn
3.00mm crochet hook
Yarn / tapestry needle
FINISHED DIMENSIONS (9CM X 11CM)
21st = 10cm in dc stitch
CROCHET TERMS (US)
ch = chain
sc = single crochet
dc = double crochet
ss = slip stitch
st = stitch / stitches
Now go make a bunch of these in different colours for all your family members! Make it in a sustainable yarn such as organic cotton, linen or hemp, pair it with a bar of soap, and this will make an awesome eco-friendly gift.
Do remember to tag #byiroiro if you have made a soap sack using this pattern. Happy crafting...