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Soap Saver Sock 1

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A soap saver sock is a quick and easy make. A great addition to a spa gift set if you add some cotton pads and beauty products.

This version has gaps around the centre which aids the soap lathering well.

Continue below to find the written pattern or you can download the free PDF here,


Hdc = half double crochet
Dc = double crochet
Bpdc = back post double crochet
Slst = slip stitch
St = stitch
Xdc = X dc’s in the next st
DcX = dc in next X stitches
skx = skip x stitches
()x = repeat instruction
{} additional information

In all above instructions X counts as any number eg 2dc, dc10, sk5.


DK cotton yarn – I used Ricorumi by Rico Design

3.5mm hook


Basic Stitches

Back Post Stitches


  1. Ch15
  2. Dc in 4th ch from hook (Ch3 counts as first dc), dc10, 3dc in last ch, turn to work along underside of ch to create an oval, dc10, 3dc slst to top of last ch before 1st dc [28]
  3. Ch3, dc27, slst to top ch3 [28]
  4. Ch3, dc27, slst to top ch3 [28] {optional colour change here}
  5. Ch3, bpdc27, slst to top ch3 [28]
  6. Ch3, dc, ch1 sk1, (dc3, ch1 sk1)6, dc, slst to top ch3 [21dc 7ch1]
  7. [For this round you will work in the ch1s as well as the dcs}
    Ch3, dc27, slst to top ch3 [28] {optional colour change here}
  8. Ch3, bpdc27, slst to top ch3 [28]
  9. Ch3, dc27, slst to top ch3 [28]
  10. Ch3, dc27, slst to top ch3 [28]
  11. Ch2, hdc, ch1 sk1, (hdc2, ch1 sk1)8, hdc, ch2, slst to top ch3 fasten off.


Ch41, weave chs through ch1 and ch2 spaces created in the last round, slst to 1st chain, fasten off

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