Crochet Shower Puff Loofah Pattern – Ivy

Let’s talk about crochet shower puff loofah patterns. If you’re looking to ditch plastic loofahs and make something useful with your yarn stash, you’re in the right place. These DIY shower puffs are practical, eco-friendly, and surprisingly easy to whip up.

I stumbled onto this idea a while back and haven’t looked back since. It’s a simple project that even beginners can handle, but the results are pretty satisfying. You’ll end up with a crochet shower puff that’s gentler on your skin and tougher on the environment – in a good way.

We’ll get into the nitty-gritty of the pattern soon, but first, let’s break down why these crochet loofahs are worth your time. They last longer than store-bought ones, they’re customizable, and when they’re done, they won’t sit in a landfill for ages. Plus, they’re just fun to make.

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How do you use and care for your Ivy Crochet Shower Puff Loofah?

So you’ve got yourself a cute cotton crochet shower puff? Nice choice!

These little guys are super easy to use. Just get it nice and wet, squirt on your favorite soap, and go to town scrubbing. It’ll leave your skin feeling all fresh and smooth.

Here’s the deal with keeping it clean – you don’t want it turning into a germ party, right?

So make sure you hang it up where it can dry out between showers. And don’t forget to give it a good wash every week. You can just toss it in with your towels on laundry day.

Oh, and here’s a pro tip: keep an eye on your puff. If it starts looking a bit sad or smelling funky, it’s time to say goodbye and get a new one. Trust me, your skin will thank you!

Oh, you’re into the eco-friendly angle?

These cotton crochet shower puffs are total rockstars when it comes to sustainability.

Think about it – you’re ditching those plastic loofahs that hang around in landfills for centuries and opting for something that’ll break down naturally. Cotton’s biodegradable, so when your puff’s spa days are over, it won’t stick around causing trouble for the planet.

Plus, if you’re using organic cotton, you’re supporting farming practices that are way kinder to the environment. No nasty pesticides messing with ecosystems, you know?

And here’s a cool bit – these puffs are super durable. You’re not tossing them every month like those flimsy plastic ones. Use ’em, wash ’em, repeat. It’s like the reduce, reuse, recycle mantra in puff form!

Oh, and if you’re feeling extra green, you can even compost your old cotton puffs when they’re past their prime.

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Let’s get to the pattern, shall we? Making a Crochet Shower Puff Loofah

LEGAL: This is an original Sandra Regev pattern: Owner / Designer of Sandra Stitches. This pattern may not be redistributed for free, sale or trade, but finished products are permitted to be sold with credit to this shop – enjoy!



Drops Paris Uni color, 100% cotton, 50 g, 75m (82yds) any color, 35 gr

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Hook: US Size (4.5mm) 

Yarn Needle, Scissors, Measuring Tape


  • This sample is 10” in circumference

Stitch Key

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  • The pattern uses US terminology
  • The pattern is worked in rounds
  • Ch 3  at the beginning of the row does count as a stitch
  • You can work this pattern with one color or multiple as you wish.
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  • It is very much recommended to use only 100% cotton  for good care
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Ch 5, join with an SI st to form a ring or use the magic circle method

Round 1: Ch 1, sc 26 into the ring, ch 50, join with SI st to first sc. ( this will give you the hanging loop) (26 sc)

Round 2: Ch 3 (counts as dc), dc 3 in 1st st from hook, dc 4 in next st, dc 4 in every st around, sl st to ch 3 to close the round (104 dc)

Round 3: Ch 3 (counts as dc), dc 3 in 1st st from hook, dc 4 in next st, dc 4 in every st around, sl st to ch 3 to close the round (416 dc)

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Cut yarn and weave in ends.

If you wish your shower puff to be bigger

Round 4: Ch 3 (counts as dc), dc 2 in 1st st from hook, dc 3 in next st, dc 3 in every st around, sl st to ch 3 to close the round (1218 dc)

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