Bath Puff 

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2 – 2 0z. Balls of Lily Sugar’n Cream

Size “J” hook



-      This pattern takes a surprisingly large amount of yarn.

-      As you increase, the stitches will begin to fold in on themselves and the puff will form and become more and more dense.

-      If you find that the puff is getting more solid than you would like, you might consider using only 5 dc in ea dc in Rnd 3.



Ch 40, sl st in first ch

Rnd 1:  ch 3, work as many dc in 1st ch as possibly (try for at least 20), join w/ sl st to 3rd beg ch

Rnd 2-3:  ch 3, 5 dc in same st, 6 dc in ea dc around, join w/ sl st to 3rd beg ch


Finish off and weave in ends.

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