Sunday, February 8

A Dishsoap Apron to crochet

BTW, this pattern was featured on Lime & Violet on Sunday, February 8.

Worked from the neck down. This apron fits squatty dishsoap bottles. A loop fits around the neck of the bottle and ties button in the back.

Finished size: 7" tall x 9" wide at ties

Materials:
Worsted weight dishcloth cotton yarn (about 15-20 yards)
Crochet hook size H

Click here for a download on Ravelry.

7 comments:

Confections said...

How sweet is this! I think it might work for one of my dolls, too.

Needledreams said...

So pretty! Thanks for sharing the pattern.

Sarebear said...

Thank you for your kind generosity and time in typing up this and posting it for us to make this for ourselves!

Notorious AMB said...

This is the cutest thing ever!! I found it on the Ravelry site and am attempting to make it for my kitchen! I have a question though - if you could help me out:

On the 9th row when it says "Then Slip St across to last sc ..." I don't know what you mean.

I'm not a newbie at crochet but I wouldn't say that I'm advanced. I don't understand how I get from the button hole to the the other side of the apron string.

If you could help out, I'd greatly be appreciated!

PS I showed it to husband and his response was "but we have a dish soap dispenser in built into our counter." my response - "yeah, we're removing that fancy thing and putting the plastic dish soap container there in it's place." :)

Notorious AMB said...

It's me again. :)

I might have figured it out.

Do I "slip stitch" across that apron string all the way across to where the new apron sting goes?

Right? I'm pretty sure that's it.

Btw - Thank you so much for sharing this gem! It really is super cute!

Vicki said...

Yes, on Row 9 after you make the button hole loop, slip stitch back over the chain and the bib. You'll be ready to chain for the other tie and button.

Adam Kaplan said...

Love this!

I work with AllFreeCrochet and have been trying to contact you. Please email me if there is a good way to reach you.

Thanks!
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