This one can be made in less than 2 hours!
So, I tried a few different patterns for making a shower puff. I didn't really like the finished product that I got, one was too big, one felt hollow in the middle, and another just felt so dense.
What's a girl to do?
Make a pattern, of course. The pattern can be finished in about 2 hours, with intermediate skills.
This is a great gift that is very quick to produce, just incase you need a last minute something....
Without further ado, here it is:
-1 skein Lily Sugar N Cream 100% cotton yarn
-size G crochet hook
sl st= slip stitch
sc= single crochet
Ch 35, sl st to first ch. This is the handle.
Ch 6, sl st into where you just joined the loop for the handle.
Round 1- Ch 4, sc into smaller loop. *Ch 3, sc in smaller loop*, repeat from * to * 18 more times, making 20 loops total.
Round 2- Ch 5, sc into first loop of Round 1. *Ch 4, sc in same loop. Ch 4, sc in same loop (total of two times). Ch 4, sc in next loop.* Repeat from * to * all the way around. You should now have 60 loops.
Round 3- Ch 6, sc into first loop of Round 2. *Ch 5, sc in same loop. Ch 5, sc in same loop. Ch 5, sc in same loop (three times total). Ch 5, sc in next loop.* Repeat from * to * all the way around. You should have 240 loops now. I know it sounds like a lot, and if you don't have that many, know one will know but you ( ha ha ha, in my best evil chuckle).
Tie off, weave in ends, and call it a day, you're done!
I was able to make 2 puffs out of one skein of yarn, I only had about 3 to 4 yard left though, so be careful.
Edited to add: I would LOVE to see any projects you create with this pattern! Feel free to join & share in my Flickr group: Your Lyanna Jean Designs.
Just a reminder, my patterns are for your personal use and enjoyment only. They have not been tested, so if you find an error feel free to let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org.