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Granny Square Soap Cozy (or Small Gift Bag!)

$2.00

Skill Level

Beginner

Skills Needed

  • Seamless
  • Worked In The Round

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Pattern Details

This soap cozy (or cute little gift bag) has been a WIP of mine since June of last year (2016). The only thing waiting to be done was to sew in the ends - ugh! Can't believe I let it sit for so long, but thanks to 2017 GrannySpiration Challenge, I have dug it out and completed it - one of the things I wanted out of this challenge, which is awesome! Materials I Used: - About 50 Yards of Worsted Weight Cotton - I used Lily Sugar n Cream in Hot Green and Mod Blue - H8/5mm Crochet Hook - #18 Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends Material Notes: Yarn Alternatives: Bernat's Handicrafter, Lion Brand's Kitchen Cotton, Peaches n Cream, Crafter's Secret Time Spent: I had my cozy ready in about 45 minutes. Sized to fit a regular bar of soap. Abbreviations: SC - Single Crochet HDC - Half Double Crochet DC - Double Crochet *About Your Digital Purchase: This is an Instant Download! I am including TWO PDFs for you: One is the 3 page PDF containing written instructions and 1 photo for the Granny Square Soap Cozy. The other is a tutorial on How to Carry Yarn in the Round - which is the technique I used in this pattern. You WILL NOT be receiving anything via snail mail - just a PDF. Digital Purchases are FINAL sale - Due to their digital nature they cannot be returned or refunded. Copyright 2017 - All EyeLoveKnots Patterns, Photos and PDF’s are protected under copyright. They are not to be copied, distributed or sold - doing so is copyright infringement and stealing! DO NOT link to the PDF Download link, rather linking should be done from blog post or shop link. Feel free to use this information to make and sell your own items. Designer credit - [Alexandra Richards of EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com] - is very much appreciated, but not required. DO NOT use my photos in selling your own products! ***This pattern is available to view for free on my blog, EyeLoveKnots.blogspot.com. There is no printer friendly option though. The fee for this PDF is to offset the loss of views from my blog when you no longer need to return to it to view this pattern.

Recommended with this pattern

  • Worsted Weight Cotton Yarn, like Lily Sugar n Cream
  • H8/5mm Crochet Hook
  • Tapestry Needle for Weaving in Ends

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I began with needlepoint on plastic canvas (thank you Aunt Arlys!) about six years ago, making anything I could get my hands on or brain to think up, from masks for school plays to picture frames and small trinkets but recently (less than a year ago), I’ve gotten into jewelry making and working on my crocheting/sewing/etc. I currently craft full time. This is my true passion, and I am very grateful for your business, support and feedback! I chose the name Eye Love Knots in honor of the Burckhalter/Lindhorn family (my very close cousins). Our family has been affected by Retinoblastoma, a cancer of one or both eyes which occurs in young children. There are approximately 350 new diagnosed cases per year in the US and affect about one in every 15,000 births. Although children may be born with retinoblastoma, it is rarely diagnosed at birth. As a rapidly growing cancer, studies of the bones, bone marrow and spinal fluid are also performed upon discovery. If the tumor is contained within the eye, more than 95% of patients can be cured. For those children with tumors in both eyes, close to 70-80% of the eyes can be saved, although many of them need radiation therapy, or possibly even chemotherapy. Fifteen percent of every purchase made from me will be donated to aid in the medical advances and new discoveries on the fight against Retinoblastoma, blindness and other eye diseases. Donations go to the National Retinoblastoma Research and Support Foundation headed by Dr. Timothy Murray If you aren’t in need of any of my handmade treasures but would like to make a donation today, please email me so I can set this up for you.