Crochet Pattern: 5 Simple Soap Savers

By Rachel Choi – 8 Comments

New at the Crochet Spot Store, these 5 simple soap savers each have a unique look and texture. Crochet these soap savers to place your soap bars (or pieces of soap) into to create a nice lather. Soap savers are great for using up every bit of soap and preventing the soap from slipping out of your hand in the shower.

crochet soap savers

Skill Level: crochet skill level easy

Finished Size: 4″ (10 cm) tall, 2 3/4″ (7 cm) wide, when flat. Soap savers will stretch.
Size may be adjusted using the instructions within the pattern.

Medium Weight Yarn (approximately 50 yards of each color)
Crochet Hook J (6.00 mm)
crochet yarn size 4

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If you need help while crocheting your soap savers, don’t worry! Just let me know and I’ll help you.

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  2. Mary B. says:

    I love your blog Rachel! You have the coolest patterns 🙂
    I’m always willing to support Crochet Spot, thanks for offering the Premium Pattern Membership.

  3. Tonya says:

    I love your blog!! Your patterns are easy to read & are great ideas!!! Thanks for sharing with us!

  4. Julia says:

    Hey Rachel! I love your site and patterns! They are so easy to follow and I’m having a hard time sticking to one project at a time. 😀 I’m currently crocheting a bunch of your patterns to give away as prizes at my baby shower next week.
    I’m wondering what kind of yarn you would suggest for making the soap savers? Do you know if acrylic would lather better than cotton? I’m kinda running out of time so probably won’t be able to test them. Thanks in advance for your advice. 🙂

    • Rachel says:

      Hi Julia! I’m not sure if acrylic would lather better than cotton, but it will lather. The rougher acrylic yarns, like Red Heart, would give a minor scrubbing feeling compared to most cottons that are softer.

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  6. Tracy says:

    Should these be changed and cleaned every so often to prevent mold and stuff? If so, how often?

    • Rachel Choi says:

      Hi Tracy! It depends on how humid your bathroom is. Mine never got mold and I never really washed it. I just rised it off every now and then in the shower with the last bits of soap from the bar. You can definately toss then in the washing machine whenever they start to look too dirty though.

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