Crochet Dish Soap Apron

It's been a few years since I crocheted anything. I got my feet wet with a simple dish cloth and then started on THIS PATTERN I found on Ravelry (It's free).  I made a few mistakes and ended up with one less shell than the pattern called for, but in the end, I think it turned out super cute. The first few double crochet rows are actually triple/treble crochets. I did crochet around the border, but didn't add the picot stitch to the bottom as I really like the way the shell stitch at the bottom looks.  I used 100% cotton yarn I picked up years ago for dish cloths. If the apron gets soap on it, I'm not worried since it's so simple to wash. If you make one, I would suggest drying it outside the dryer so that it doesn't shrink.





Since my sink is in the kitchen island, the soap is really visible, so I like that it's is a little dressed up!





I also tried the apron on a different soap bottle and it fit great on that one too.



What I love about crocheting is that it's a relatively cheap hobby. You just need crochet hooks and yarn. And you can crochet pretty much anywhere. I can easily watch a simple tv show while crocheting. And I love multi-tasking!

Warm on the couch! And almost done here, I just needed to finish the border.


If you have questions or comments, please leave them below!

Happy Crocheting!



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