• This Clever Fish Soap Holder Will Be A Quick Seller At Bazaars

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    It only takes a small amount of bedspread cotton or a thread of equal weight and a size 8 steel crochet hook to make this adorable, extremely cute and so clever soap holder. Fish Soap Holder by Workbasket Magazine is a great pattern for holding one piece of soap in the most eye-catching way and looks great in solids and variegated cotton.

    Great gifts are born from simple and beautiful patterns like this one! Its unique and elegant style adds flair to your bathroom and shows a little personality.
    Using a larger hook than the pattern calls for will help you make the fish larger, therefore, it will work as a fun goody bag or it will be great for holding many large pieces of soap instead of just one.

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    Clever Fish Soap Holder Free Crochet Pattern

    Materials Needed
    A small amount of bedspread cotton, or a thread of equal weight and a size 8 steel crochet hook is all that is needed to make this clever soap holder. One can be made in a jiffy and will be a quick seller at bazaars. It is a favorite with the kiddies.

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    This Clever Fish Soap Holder Will Be A Quick Seller At Bazaars
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    36 Comments to This Clever Fish Soap Holder Will Be A Quick Seller At Bazaars

    1. Oh, my gosh. This takes me waaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyy back to grade school days. I remember making something similar, only we used netting (like for tutus), and stuck sequins on them. =D

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