Crochet Shower Puff
This week is the penultimate week in the Spa Gift Basket series and I bring you a pattern for a shower puff. This makes a great addition to the Spa Basket Gift and is very easy to make. This used a little more cotton than the scraps I had lying around, but since I had bought a load of this particular cotton for another project that didn’t end up happening, I did manage to make this shower puff from my existing yarn stash. I decided to make this using two strands of double knit cotton held together, but you can vary the weight or thickness of the yarn and it will just vary the size of the puff.
I used some James C Brett Glisten cotton as it has that nice glitter strand running through it, which also adds some exfoliating properties to the puff. The hanging thread is made using Romanian point lace cord (you can check out my youtube video for it) and then the rest is just straight forward double and single crochets. This is one of the more time consuming projects in the spa gift set, but I definitely think it’s worth it. I have been using mine for a few weeks now and love it. It holds a huge amount of water though if just left in the shower so don’t forget to allow is sufficient time to dry in between uses. It is also easily machine washed on a low temperature, although I wouldn’t use a drier for it due to the glitter parts running through it. If you use normal cotton though it might be easier to try and dry it in a drier.
The pattern for this Shower Puff can be found below, and I hope you will join me for the final part (and my favourite pattern) of the Spa Gift Basket, my Tunisian Waffle Head Towel. See you next week,
- Materials and Resources
Below is a list of everything you will need to make this —
- James C Brett Cotton in DK – 2 balls in lilac and a small amount of white as a contrast colour
- 5mm hook
- Tapestry needle
- Stitch List
Below is a list of all the stitches (and their abbreviations) featured in this pattern. All terms used are American.
- Sc – single crochet
- Ch – chain
- Sc inc – sc increase
- Dc – double crochet
- Romanian Point Lace Cord (see YouTube video)
- m/c – magic circle
- sl st – slip stitch
Puff – Hold 2 strands together, to start 1 strand white and 1 strand purple
|1||Work 35 cm of Romanian point lace cord, then slip stitch to the start of the cord to form a ring, ch 2|
|2||8 sc in 2nd ch from hook, sl st to form a ring||8|
|3||(sc inc) x 8, sl st and cast off||16|
|From this point onwards, work with 2 strands of purple|
|4||4 DC in each stitch to end of round, sl st and ch 3||64|
|5||4 dc in each stitch to end of round, sl st and ch 3||256|
|6||4 dc in each stitch to end of round, sl st and cast off||1024|
|Sew in all ends.|
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