Cobble Soap Saver Bag

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Looking for something to make quickly to sell at your next craft fair? Or looking for a project to spruce up your shower and save time and money? Check out this Cobble Soap Saver crochet pattern!

This soap saver was designed by Lisa Rollins at Stitch In Progress. Lisa is all about quick and easy designs that are functional, but look great too.

The soap saver is designed with a chunky cotton yarn to hold up well in the shower, but also provide softness for your skin. The cobble stitch is worked on the wrong side of the project so that the treble cobbles will stick out on the right side of the fabric and provide some extra style and cleaning power!

The pattern is worked in two parts, front and back, and then seamed around three sides. Then you add a round of single crochet around the top and another round with some extra chains to make the loop and hole to close the top and hang it.

A horizontal, close up view of the cobble soap cozy with the soap peeking out of the top. The soap cozy is displayed on a white, wood slat backdrop.

Crochet soap savers are a wonderful way to style your shower and save money! They help us get every bit of use out of the soap and keep it from slipping onto the floor when our hands get slippery!

The bulky cotton is perfect for this job and goes right along with the Chunky Facial Scrubbies and could be worked as a set to sell at craft fairs or to decorate your own showers and baths!

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Wouldn’t these also be a great idea to have in the guest bath so that visitors could use and then take home with them?

Materials 

1 Skein Yarn Bee Cotton XXL – Almond – 3.5 oz, 50 yds

 9.00 mm (M/N) Crochet Hook

Color On The Go Series | Leisure Arts

 Scissors

A horizontal, close up view of the cobble soap cozy on a white, wood slat backdrop

Abbreviations

  • ch – chain
  • sc – single crochet
  • tc – treble crochet
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • st(s) – stitch(es)

Notes

  • Skill Level: Easy
  • US Terminology
  • Gauge: not important for this pattern – size can be adjusted
  • Finished Measurements: 3” wide x 6” tall

A horizontal image of the cobble soap cozy displayed with a hand towel and basket.

Cobble Soap Saver Pattern

Front –

Ch 8

Row 1 – 1sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in each st across, turn, (7 sts)

Row 2 – ch1, 1sc in first st, 1tc in next st, repeat sc then tc, end with a sc in last st, turn.

Row 3 – ch1, 1sc in first st and each st to end, turn.

Row 4 – 9 – repeat rows 2-3.

Finish and weave in ends.

Repeat same front pattern for the back side.

Joining and finishing

Holding right sides together, sl st to seam around the sides and bottom.

Turn right side out.

Beginning with the first stitch after a seam, work a round of sc around the top stitches and sl st to join. (14 scs)

Ch1, work 1 sc in each of next two sts, ch 8, skip 1 st, work 1 sc in each of next 6 sts, ch 2, skip 1 st, work 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts, sl st to join.

Put soap in holder and then pull ch8 loop through ch2 space to hold and hang

Finish and weave in ends  

A top down view of the cobble soap saver bag on a white, wood slat backdrop

PDF Pattern Downloads

If you’d like an ad-free, downloadable PDF of the Cobble Soap Saver Crochet Pattern, it is available on Lisa’s Stitch in Progress Ravelry Site.

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