Friday, 12 December 2014

Advent calender day twelve

Bit of a different pattern set today but these make such great Christmas presents I had to include them in the advent calender. This isn't just one pattern but four that make up this pretty wash set. two types of was cloth plus a shower scrubby and a soap net. Add some lovely smellies and you've a Christmas gift in an instant.



Advent calendar 12

Wash set by Liz Ward

You will need;
Cotton DK weight yarn in your choice of colours
4mm crochet hook
Small bar of soap
Wool needle

Stitches and Abbreviations
Sl st –slip stitch
dc – double crochet
htr – half treble crochet
tr – treble crochet
dtr – double treble crochet

Bath scrubby

Starting in your choice of cotton yarn and make a magic ring and work 6dc into the ring. Six sts
Rnd 1: 2dc into each st to the end. 12sts
Rnd 2-6: ch 3, 2dtr in each st to the end. 384sts at end of rnd 6
Ch 40 dc in base of ch to form hanging loop.

Fasten off weave in and cut off any loose ends.


Flannel one

Make one in your choice of yarn

Ch47
Row 1: dc in 2nd ch from hook, dc in each st along Ch. 46sts
Row 2-46: ch 1, turn, dc in each st to the end. 46 sts

Fasten off and weave in any loose ends

Flannel 2

Make one in your choice of yarn

Ch 47

Row 1: dc in 2nd ch from hook, tr in next ch st, (dc in next ch st, tr in next ch st) repeat to end of chain. 46sts
Row 2-46: ch1, turn, (dc in the next st, tr in the next st) repeat to end of row. 46sts

Fasten off and weave in any loose ends.

Soap saver

Make one in your choice of yarn

Ch 42
Row 1: dc in 10th ch from the hook, (ch5, skip the next 3 ch sts, dc in the next ch st) repeat to end of ch.
Row 2: ch 6,turn, (dc in next ch space, ch 5)repeat to last ch space, dc in last ch sp, ch 2, tr in the 4th ch st of the first 9 ch space from row 1.
Row 3: ch 6, turn dc in the first 5ch sp, (ch5, dc in th next ch sp) repeat to end.
Row 4: work as for row 2 ending with tr in last ch space.

Repeat last 2 rows until the rectangle is big enough to wrap around your bar of soap.

Fasten off, fold in half and sew the top and the bottom closed around your soap bar. Use the photo as a guide to attach wooden buttons to the long side of the bag and use the loops created in the stitch fasten around the bar of soap to finish.

Wash set by Liz Ward
http://amigurumibarmy.blogspot.co.uk/



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