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Bath Puff Crochet Pattern

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In this post, you will see a bath puff crochet pattern.

Make a beautifully soft cotton bath pouf or shower puff that will be a real treat for yourself or to gift to someone special.

Scroll down to view the free pattern or you can grab the printer-friendly ad-free PDF here.

crochet shower puff and soaps

An Easy Level Crochet Pattern

The pattern is fairly straight forward and even if you are new to crocheting, you will be able to make one.

This project requires you to be able to create a chain, make a single crochet stitch and a double crochet stitch.

Bath puff crochet pattern

The Crochet Bathroom Set

This is part of a bathroom set of crochet patterns that are available for you to make, which includes a small bathroom basket to use for storage, washcloths, face scrubbies, and soap bags.

Making all of the items in the crochet bathroom set collection will be perfect for gifting at Christmas or making and selling at the upcoming Christmas craft fairs.

Crochet bathroom set

Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern

This pattern is great for any advanced beginners.

bath puff crochet with cotton

Notes

This bath sponge/shower sponge will make an excellent gift to give someone who needs a bit of pampering with a stay-at-home spa day!

Give as a retirement gift, birthday gift, or mother’s day gift along with a bar of handmade soap and more handmade goodies.

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Skill Level – Easy

Size – The bath or shower puff when finished measures 5″ in diameter.

Gauge – 17 stitches, 22 rows to 10cm/4″

The Supplies You Need…

Yarn

Cotton yarn is best for this project.

crochet shower puff pattern easy

Abbreviations

The pattern is written using US crochet terms and abbreviations.

You can find a free PDF of both US and UK terms and abbreviations here.

  • Sl st– slip stitch
  • Beg – beginning
  • CH – chain
  • SC – single crochet
  • DC – double crochet

Pattern

Yarn A – Nature

Yarn B – Sand

  • With Yarn A – ch 45, sl st into 1st st (this forms the white hanging loop).
  • Ch 40, sl st into loop so you have 2 loops.
  • Round 1 – 27 sc into the circle, join in the first sc. (Place a stitch marker so you know where the rounds begin and end)
  • Change to Yarn B.
  • Round 2 – Ch 3 (count as first dc). 3 dc into same st as ch-3, 4 dc next st and into each st around. Join in the top of the beg ch 3.
  • Round 3 – Ch 3. 3 dc into same st as ch-3, 4 dc next st and into each stitch in the round. Join into the top of the beg ch 3.
  • Round 4 – Ch 3. 3 dc into same st as ch-3, 4 dc next st and into each stitch in the round. Join into the top of the beg ch 3. Fasten off.

Making Up >

The shower puff should look like a bit of a doughnut right now with a hole in the middle.

Sew a simple running stitch with the white yarn around the middle on the inside and pull up tight.

Knot and fasten to secure then cut the yarn.

Weave in all loose ends.

Your shower puff should be a tight ball with a white hanging loop/handle.

crochet bath puff

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If you enjoyed making the pattern, I’d love to see yours on Instagram, be sure to tag me @handylittleme.

Happy crocheting!

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4 Comments

  1. Hi

    I’d love to make this, unfortunately I don’t understand this bit of the pattern? What circle do I crochet 27 sc into please? I tried to find a video but couldn’t find one.
    Thank you in advance. You have such a beautiful website, found you through Frankie.

    Round 1 – 27 sc into the circle, join in the first sc. (Place a stitch marker so you know where the rounds begin and end)

    1. Hello Fran,
      You start round 1 in the loop you created by chaining 40 sts.
      The other loop is the handle for the bath puff.
      I hope that helps!
      Louise