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Free pattern: Crochet Coral Bath Puff / Modelo grátis: Puff Coral para Banho em Crochet

So, I've decided to make some bath puffs. I called them "Coral Bath Puffs" because they remind me of coral reefs... :) After searching for some ideas online, I came up with this pattern, which is EXTREMELY easy and quick, perfect for a last minute gift!
Abbreviations:  st = Stitch; dc = double crochet; sl st = slip stitch.

I used a 6.00 mm /J hook and some (thick) yarn I had lying around (you are going to need some yarn for this project, but I'm not sure about the exact length).
  • Make a magic circle (if you need help with this, please refer to
  • Round 1: Chain 3, 39 dc into the centre of the magic circle. Pull the magic circle tight, sl st into beginning chain 3;
  • Round 2: Chain 3, 3 dc in each st around, join with sl st;
  • Round 3: Chain 3, 3 dc in each st around, join with sl st;
  • Round 4: Chain 3, 3 dc in each st around, join with sl st. Fasten off.
  • For the loop: leaving a big tail for sewing, chain 40, then sl st in each chain, until you're back to the beginning of the chain. You'll have a sort of an I-cord. Sew both ends together and then sew the cord on any st of round 1.
Any queries, please let me know: post a comment

Portanto, decidi fazer alguns puffs de crochet para o Natal. Chamei-lhes "Puff Coral para Banho" porque me lembram os recifes de coral... :) Depois de procurar alguns modelos online, decidi criar este modelo, que é EXTREMAMENTE fácil e rápido, perfeito para um presente de última hora.
Abreviaturas: m =malha; bs = bride simples; ml = malha corrida.

Usei uma agulha de 6.00 mm e fio bulky que tinha por aqui por casa (é preciso algum fio para este projecto, mas não me lembro da quantidade exacta).
  • Fazer um círculo mágico (se precisar de ajuda, ver
  • Carreira 1: 3 cadeias, 39 bs no centro do círculo mágico. Puxe o círculo mágico de forma a ficar apertado, malha corrida para unir com as 3 cadeias do início;
  • Carreira 2: 3 cadeias, 3 bs em cada malha até ao fim, malha corrida para unir;
  • Carreira 3: 3 cadeias, 3 bs em cada malha até ao fim, malha corrida para unir;
  • Carreira 4: 3 cadeias, 3 bs em cada malha até ao fim; malha corrida para unir. Remate.
  • Para o fio: deixe uma quantidade de fio suficiente, 40 cadeias e depois faça uma malha corrida em cada carreira até ao final. Terá uma espécie de i-cord. Junte as duas pontas com uma malha corrida e depois junte ao puff, em qualquer malha da carreira 1.


  1. By "thick" yarn do you mean chunky (5) or bulky (6)? Cute pattern ~ thank you!

  2. Hi, Artful Scrapper! It's probably better to use thick worsted (4) or chunky (5). Thanks!

  3. What type of yarn? Acrylic or natural fibers such as cotton?

  4. I actually used acrylic, but cotton is better if you're planning to use it on your body. Do mind that cotton is a bit susceptible to mold...

    1. Thank you for replying to my question.... These look like great gifts!

  5. Used cotton like 2 and 1/2 balls of sugar and cream.
    You need more than one to get the last row done.

    1. Thanks for the heads-up. :) I'll be updating the description!

  6. I love Anarchy, especially in my knotting and crochet. Thank you.

  7. I love Anarchy, especially in my knotting and crochet. Thank you.


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