It's that time again. The Summer is full of long, hot car rides while impatiently awaiting a well deserved vacation. I recently took a day trip to the aquarium and had two hours to kill, coming and going. I recently found this rough pattern for a crochet Shower pouf and decided to put my hot blanket to the side for the summer. Instead, I packed up several lightweight skeins of Sugar'N'Cream yarn in summery colors (which I had gotten on sale at Michael's for almost fifty cent a skein by the way) and headed for the aquarium. After fumbling around for a little while, I finally got the gist of this bath pouf.
All it is is a giant ball of frills and squiggles. This 100% cotton yarn feels wonderful on my skin. It is soft, yet just firm enough for scrubbing. I love the simplicity of this bath pouf pattern. It is perfect for crocheting while watching TV or while riding in the car. There's no fancy stitches and no extreme pattern. Here is a simple, rough pattern outline for a handmade, crochet shower pouf.
Crochet Shower Pouf Pattern
And that's it! Easy peasy. I made this with only one skein of yarn and within a matter of hours. It's hard to go wrong with this pattern. I think I already know what I'll be giving out at Christmas this year!
I'm Jennifer, a 21 year-old crochet, craft, and DIY enthusiast who loves sharing her projects with the world. I hope you find inspiration in my posts. Keep checking back for new projects every week and don't forget to sign up for Beanies & Weenies newsletters!
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