This crochet Spa Set is perfect for pampering yourself and if you use a good quality yarn you’ll end up with a premium and luxurious looking set that makes a highly appreciated gift.
The crochet Spa Set contains the patterns for: a puff shower, facial pads, facial scrubbies, a headband and a washcloth. And at the end of the article you will find how I make my handmade coffee-sugar scrub.
This crochet Spa Set set works up quickly and easily, which is great if you need a last minute gift!
I’ve used 200 g cotton and a 3 mm hook. For this project I recommend this yarn:
Dralon is a high quality antibacterial acrylic. It’s a soft yarn, more durable and resistant to dirt, mites and moths and very easy to clean, qualities that makes this yarn perfect for a spa set. The colors are bright and beautiful, choose your favorite from here: http://bit.ly/3sVYdO8.
This yarn is made of 60% cotton and 40% acrylic. This blend makes it a durable yarn that may be used for almost anything. The velvety smooth yarn not only impresses with its beautiful stitch structure and high breathability makes this yarn perfect for this project. The mixture of acrylic and cotton is low in allergens.
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sc= single crochet;
dc= double crochet.
The pattern uses US crochet terminology.
The written pattern for the Shower Puff:
1. Round 1:
Make a magic ring and crochet 10 sc; (leave a long tail, and at the end, crochet chains with it for the handle).
2. Round 2:
2 ch ( count like a “dc”) and 3 dc in the same sc of previous round, then continue with 4 dc in every sc of previous round;
3. Round 3:
Ch 2 ( count like a “dc”) and 3 dc in the same dc of previous round, then continue with 4 dc in every dc of previous round;
4. Round 4:
2 ch ( count like a “dc”) and 2 dc in the same dc of previous round, then continue with 3 dc in every dc of previous round;
5. Round 5:
Ch 2, then make 1 dc in every dc of previous round;
6. Round 6:
Repeat round 5.
These shower puffs take a lot of stitches to make the puffy texture, far too many to count at the end of the rounds. If you ask if I’ve counted the stitches: yes I did! At the end of every single round just to be sure, because off course I count every single stitch as I go, but this is my little obsession! Don’t worry, it is very forgiving if you accidentally add or miss a stitch here or there, this pattern permits it, unless you are obsessed like me.
Facial scrubbies and pads:
For my set I’ve made 3 scrubbies and 3 pads. These scrubbies and pads are great for cleansing your face and you can wash them after every use. You can wash them by hand or in the washing machine in a cloth sack.
The Video Tutorial:
Start with a magic ring.
1. Round 1: ch 2 (count as a dc), 4 dc cluster, ch 2; *5 dc cluster, ch 2*, repeat *-* 7 times, finish the round with 2 sl. st ( one to close the round and the 2nd to go in the next “2 ch” space);
Carefully pull the magic ring closed until it’s super tight.
2. Round 2: ch 2 (count as a dc), 4 dc cluster, ch 2, 5 dc cluster in the same ch space, ch 2; *in next ch space crochet 5 dc cluster, ch 2, 5 dc cluster; ch 2*, repeat *-* until the end of the round; finish the round with 2 sl. st ( one to close the round and the 2nd to go in the next “2 ch” space);
3. Round 3: ch 2 (count as a dc), 4 dc cluster, ch 2, 5 dc cluster in the same ch space, ch 2; 5 dc cluster in next ch space, ch 2; *in next ch space crochet 5 dc cluster, ch 2, 5 dc cluster; ch 2, 5 dc cluster in next ch space, ch 2*; repeat *-* until the end of the round; finish the round with 2 sl. st ( one to close the round and the 2nd to go in the next “2 ch” space);
The headband is perfect when you use your scrub, and it looks beautiful too.
As you can see on the chart, you have to repeat the first 4 rows until you reach the length you need. The last 10 rows are made from double crochet (12 of them every row- I count 2 ch from the beginning of the rows as a dc).
Is a 26 cm/ 10 inches square, but you can make it as large as you want, even larger enough to be a towel if you wish. Is perfect to use it before and after you use the scrub.
Homemade Coffee Sugar Scrub:
1 cup ground coffee;
1/2 cup brown sugar;
1/4 cup baking soda;
Bio coconut oil.
Combine all the ingredients in a small bowl, add coconut oil until everything’s evenly incorporated. Transfer to an airtight container and keep in a cool place.
Before you first use it, apply a very amount on your skin and check for a reaction to make sure you aren’t allergic to anything in the scrub. Wet the desired area and apply the scrub and gently massage into skin in circular motions. You can leave on your skin for a few minutes then wash away. I use this scrub all over my body not just for the face and it is amazing! You’ll notice the difference after the first use: the skin it will be softer and brighter. After you use this scrub you can use your usual micellar water.
Here are my other patterns you can use to make yourself a spa set:
1. Bath pouf;
I hope you’ll have a beautiful spa day and you enjoyed this project. I can’t wait to see your photos with this crochet spa set, feel free to tag me when you share your spa set on Instagram or Facebook, or you can use the hashtag #turquoisewithvanilla.
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