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Cover your hand soap because its jealous of the toilet paper roll cover...
Bath and Body Works sells beautiful silver covers for their soaps, but you can still see the bottle through the cover. I admit, for most people, knowing when you're about to run out of soap is a good thing. But I have a stockpile, and I don't need to know until the pump pumps no more! So I made this soap bottle cover to look awesome in my bathrooms, and kitchen. Plus, I used cotton yarn so I can throw them in the washer and dryer when the covers get gross.

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  • How to make a soap dispenser. Foaming Soap Dispenser Bottle Cover - Step 1
    Step 1

    Chain 32. Using a sl st, join the ends to form a ring.
    R1: Ch 1, sc in each ch space, sl st in first sc to join round. (32 stitches)
    R2-12: Ch 1, 32 sc, sl st in first sc to join round. (32 stitches)
    R13: Ch 1, (sc 2 st tog, 14 sc) 2 times, sl st in first sc to join round. (30 stitches)
    R14-15: Ch 1, 30 sc, sl st in first sc to join round. (30 stitches)
    R16: Ch 1, (sc 2 st tog, 13 sc) 2 times, sl st in first sc to join round. (28 stitches)
    R17-21: Ch 1, 28 sc, sl st in first sc to join round. (28 stitches)
    R22: Ch 1, (sc 2 st tog, 12 sc) 2 times, sl st in first sc to join round. (26 stitches)
    R23: Ch 1, 26 sc, sl st in first sc to join round. (26 stitches)
    R24: Ch 1, (sc 2 st tog, sc 2 st tog, sc 2 st tog, 7 sc) 2 times, sl st in first sc to join round. (20 stitches)
    R25-29: Ch 1, 20 sc, sl st in first sc to join round. (20 stitches)
    Fasten off, weave in ends. Slip over your soap dispenser and enjoy!

  • How to make a soap dispenser. Foaming Soap Dispenser Bottle Cover - Step 2
    Step 2

    If you would like to add a flower to the front of your cover, I would highly recommend attaching a fabric flower to a bobby pin and then using the bobby pin to hold the flower on the cover. That way you can detach the flower easily for washing (or if your hair styling needs require a flower for the evening).
    xoxo

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tamara.bridgeman
tamara.bridgeman · Portland, Oregon, OR, US

such a cute idea

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