A small amount of bedspread cotton, or a thread of equal weight and a size 8 crochet hook is all that is needed to make this clever soap holder. One can be made in a jiffy and will be a quick seller at bazaars. It is a favorite with the kiddies
Vintage - 1949
This crocheted turtle can be made in a jiffy and for a very small cost. One ball white J. & P. Coats Knit Cro-Sheen and one ball contrasting color are needed: use size 8 crochet hook.
Vintage - 1955
Make this item for a novel bathroom decoration or for a gift or bazaar item. The model was made of white and a color in number 20 weight mercerized crochet thread; or use bedspread cotton. However, you could use odds and ends of thread you have available.
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