Simple Soap Sack - Free crochet pattern, part of the 2020 Charity Stash Bash CAL

Hello friends.  It's time for instalment three of our Charity Stash Bash CAL.  If this is your first time here at Lullaby Lodge, you can find out all the crochet along details in the link below...

This month we will be making these cute soap sacks.  Soap is one of the requested items for the shoe box appeal and while sending someone soap as a gift may not seem appealing, adding these cute little cosies, will make bath time more fun for the children.

Make sure to crochet them in lovely bright colours that they will love and remember to leave the packaging on your soap when packing up your shoe box.  I have only removed mine to take the photos, I will be using fresh unopened bars of soap to donate.

These cute soap sacks are so quick and easy to make, you could whip up a whole batch in no time at all.  They use only a few grams of yarn, perfect for using up those last scraps of cotton.  They would also make lovely gifts too, why not get ahead of all your Christmas makes.

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If you would like to take part and prefer knit over crochet, I have linked some other pattern choices along with more crochet soap sacks for you to make.  Just click the Stash Bash link above for more patterns and information. 

Simple Soap Sack


Aran / worsted cotton in 2 colours (around 10g in total)
4.5mm hook
Darning needle


Fits an average bar of soap



Abbreviations US Terms (UK conversion)

sc - single crochet (double crochet)
hdc - half double crochet (half treble crochet)
ch – chain
sp - space
st(s) - stitch(es)
sl st - slip stitch

Other notes:  Made to fit an average bar of soap.  Fits very snugly, if you would like a looser fit add a couple of extra starting chains.  The loop is designed to keep your soap in its sack, if you wish to use it to hang up your soap, you might want to make the chain a little longer.

With contrast colour, ch9 (or any odd number that matches the width of your soap)

Round 1 Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in next 6 chs, 3sc in last ch.

Continue along underside of ch.

Sc in next 6 chs, 2sc in next ch (same ch as 1st sc), join with sl st to first sc.  (18sc)

Round 2 Ch1 (does not count as st), sc in same st and in every st around, join with sl st to 1st sc.

Rounds 3-4 as round 2, fasten off. 

Join new colour with sl st.

Round 5, Ch1, hdc in same st and in every st around, join with sl st to 1st hdc.  (18hdc).

Rounds 6-10 As round 5.  Fasten off.

Join contrast colour with a sl st.

Round 11 Ch 1, sc in each st around, join with sl st to starting sc.

Round 12 Ch1, sc around sack skipping 2 centre sts on front (choose which side will be the front), ch 2 to replace skipped sts.  Join with ls st to starting sc.

 Round 13 Ch1, sc in same st and in each st and sp around until you reach 2 centre sts opposite ch2 sp from previous round, sc in next st, ch20 (or desired length), sc in next st and in all remaining sts, join with sl st to starting sc and fasten off and weave in ends.



Add your soap...

Make lots...

I hope you enjoy the pattern, there are so many charities out there that you could make these for, I am sure you will find one that is dear to your heart.  If you are joining in with the CAL, don't forget to share your photos with the Facebook group or use #lullabylodge on Instagram.

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