How I make a Crochet Bath Pouf

Bath pouf free crochet pattern

Free Simple but significant Crochet Bath Pouf Pattern

Bath pouf free crochet pattern

I thought I would re-share one of my lost posts! Today I am adding back my Free Crochet Bath Pouf pattern. I will also be adding a link to a super cute square face srubby pattern that my friend created that is a great addition to this bath pouf for a perfect little gift set…and I also have printable packaging that really add the finishing touch to this pair.

Bath pouf free crochet pattern

My friend Michelle over at Made by Kamille designed a super cute little square face scrubby and it is now available in her Etsy Shop! I was so inspired by this pattern I wanted to make a bath pouf to go with it. Usually face scrubbies are round, but this square version works just as great, and her unique little bobbles make the cloth a wonderful cleaning cloth. I decided to share my bath pouf pattern today since together, this square face scrubby and my bath pouf make a pretty great set.

You can find Michelle’s pattern in her Etsy Shop, just click on the button below, and for the free bath pouf pattern just keep reading it’s just a little further down the page!

Square Face Scrubbies Pattern

I love pairing my Face Scrubbies with Bath Poufs, these items together make a really nice simple spa gift set, just add a handmade soap or bath salt and you are all set!

Grab a copy of my full printable set that has Bath Pouf and Face Scrubbies Wraps, you can find the full set in my Etsy Shop.

Bath Pouf and Face Scrubbies Printable Set

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Savlabot's Super simple bath pouf pattern

I have tried a few different Bath Pouf patterns and I have found that I like mine to be a little less full. After using these for a few years, I have found that if you make the bath pouf too full then it doesn’t dry out completely between washes. I started using a few less stiches which makes the pouf less full and I use a more open center which helps it to dry out between uses. I also started making a more reinforced hanging string and have finally found a bath pouf that I really like.

I also created a video tutorial for this pattern that you can watch on my YouTube Channel! While your there, please don’t forget to subscribe 🙂

Making bath poufs are pretty simple all you really need to know is how to do a few basic crochet stitches and you are ready to start.

Now Let's really get started

Materials for completion:

100% Cotton Yarn – worsted weight category 4 weight yarn

Yarn used for pattern is Dishie from Knit Picks 

US H8 5mm crochet hook (or hook appropriate for yarn you are using)

Darning Needle

Gauge: Not necessary for this project

Terms:

ch = chain

dc = double crochet

sc = single crochet

slst = slip stitch

The ch2 at the beginning of each round counts as a stitch, you will also work in the same direction, do not turn your work.

The Pattern

Chain 35, work 1 sc stitch into the back hump of each ch starting with the 2nd ch. Join both ends with a slip stitch.

Ch 4 and join into a ring.

Round 1: Ch 2, work 9 dc into the ch4 ring. (10)

Round 2: Ch2, 2 dc into the same stitch as the ch2, *3dc into the next st. Repeat from * to end of round, join in the round with a slst. (30)

Rounds 3: Repeat round 2. (90)

Rounds 4: Repeat round 2. (270)

Round 5: Ch1, *sc into the next st, ch1. Repeat from * until end of round, join in the round with a slst. (270 sc, 270 ch1 for total of 540)

Fasten off and weave in yarn tails.

Bath Pouf Crochet Pattern by Savlabot
For a fuller bath pouf, you can do 4 dc into each of the stitches this will add more yarn for a very puffy pouf, I prefer doing 3 dc into each stitch as it makes the pouf a little more like a washcloth and where I live the less full pouf will dry out before uses. I think if you have a drier climate the fuller 4 dc pouf will be just fine too.

Now you have a super cute bath pouf that should last for quite some time. The nice part about cotton bath poufs and scrubbies is that they can be washed with your other towels. Just toss in a small garment bag and wash them in with your laundry!

Thank you for making it this far

If you have the time I would appreciate it if you would visit my Etsy Shop, or watch my YouTube Video and subscribe to my channel sales on tags and other printables help me out a lot so that I can keep up with this blog. Subscribing to my YouTube channel is also a great way to support me and my blog! I choose to not have pop up ads, I love not having ads all over my site, I don’t want to add ads other than a few affiliate links here and there to my posts as I think ads really ruin the viewing experience. I am hoping if I can continue to make sales in my Etsy Shop and grow on my YouTube channel to help me with my finances so I can continue to add freebies to my site.

Thank you and I really do hope you enjoyed this pattern,

Savla

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