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Bath Mitt
Pattern Number: 80236
Rating: *****
4.3 (based on 3 reviews)
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Bath Mitt Reviewed by alane oneill on 2011-05-09 ****
I really want to give this as a gift, but I'd sure like to see if it will be good to use in the shower for myself first. I guess I'll just start on the next one.

I'm fairly new to crocheting from a pattern, so I wasn't doing the rows very well. Next time, I'll use a stitch marker. After the thumb opening, I just crocheted a continuous row.

I also found that I needed a bit more than 4 inches after the thumb to fit my hand in, so keep trying it on before doing the decreases.

I can see why you may want to skip the thumb: When you change hands, you need to re-soap. Next time, I'm going to try to skipping the thumb.

Also, cotton really stretches when wet! I went up to a larger hook, as an experiment. I'll go back down to the H next time, too.

Bath Mitt Reviewed by Kaylin on 2011-04-18 *****
This is a fun, quick project. The instructions are clear and easy to follow. It works well for a baby gift or a "spa" basket with nice soaps. I've been able to use up skeins of colored yarn left over from crocheted dish cloths by making a colored strip at the bottom of the mitt and finishing it with white. The nice thing about this project is that it doesn't require much stitch-counting so you can crochet while you're half-distracted. I can work on it while watching a movie with my husband.

Bath Mitt Reviewed by Ana-Maria on 2011-02-15 ****
Knit or Crocheted this is a great project. I've knit a few, gave most of them away & kept a couple for myself! It's great for exfoliating the skin. What I have found is that the thumb is totally unnecessary.
Happy exfoliating :)

 
 
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