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The Fault in Our Soap

from Knit Glit Lit Love
(6) Name: 'Knitting : The Fault in Our Soap
The Fault in Our Soap

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit stitch
  • Purl stitch
  • working in the round
  • chain crochet
  • basic hem stitch

Pattern Description:

The Story: Anyone who has ever read the Fault in Our Stars, or even knows the premise, knows that it is also an emotional rollercoaster like no other. So, after I wiped up my tears and calmed down from my hysterical sobbing, I needed a mental break of sorts and my mental breaks almost always involve knitting. I had always wanted to make a pouch like this, and decided it was time to give it a go. I put the vlogbrothers on auto-play on my computer and spent the next two hours doing very little thinking and lots and lots of knitting. When I was finished, I looked at the object I had just finished and looked at the cover of the book I had just read, and the Fault in Our Soap was born.

The Object: This is a quick, fun little knit that's insanely useful and practical. The pouches make great, cheap (only $1!) little gifts for holidays, birthdays, house-warmings... the gift-giving opportunities are endless. The cotton yarn is sturdy and does well in water. I designed these pouches to be used to hold the left-over remnants of bars of soap, but the large size could fit a regular-sized bar of soap. The seed stitch pattern creates a gentle grainy texture that works great as a loofa.

Gauge:

4.5 stitches and 8 rows = 1 inch in Seed Stitch/Moss Stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 5.5" x 3.5", 7" circumference 19" cord

Materials:

  • Size 6 knitting needles
  • Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn - 45-70 yards
  • Mid-sized Crochet Hook

You Will Also Need:

  • Tapestry needle
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I am a few months away from finishing my MLIS, and am currently busy trying to find full-time work as a librarian and move up to Chicago, which is my favorite city in the world (sorry Florence)! I've ...

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