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Category DIY & Handicraft | Skills: Skill | Author: Globest | Language : Language | Difficulty level : Easy | Time : 20min Share Take Challenge Add Activity

DESCRIPTION: Have you ever taken your hygiene into your own hands by creating your very own fiber bath? With this project, you can make colourful fibers by using triple peanut knit strategy.




  1. You will learn how to make a bathroom fiber
  2. You will improve your knitting ability
  3. You will learn how to improve house economics

SKILLS ADDRESSED (minimum 5/ max 10):

            After completing the activity you will achieve the following skills:

  1. Fine-motor-skills
  2. Concentration
  3. Handiwork
  4. recycling and eco-friendly
  5. Budget management
  6. Creativity

COMPETENCES (minimum 5/ max 10):

            After completing the activity, the learners will achieve the following skills:

  1. Concentration
  2. Improvement of awareness about house economics
  3. Effective use of time
  4. Ecologic and forehandedness mentality
  5. Organizing, planning and developing an entire project


  • 2 different balls of yarns (white and yellow)
  • 2 needles


When making this model, we first make 20 peanut chains, 5 white, 5 yellow, 5 white and 5 yellow. When we make the first coat, we start with yellow which is the last colour we use and we use triple peanut knits such as 5 yellow, 5 white, 5 yellow and 5 white. Then, when making the second coat, we again use the last colour we used, 5 white, 5 yellow, 5 white and 5 yellow.

We quadruple four times the same color on the same color, so we start with white instead of using the last color we made on the other floors while clinging to the fifth crate after it hatches like peanuts. We will use the same color yarns to cover the same color as the next 3 times to match the colors on the fifth floor.

When we reach the ninth row, we change the color of the yarn again. Here, after four layers of embroidery and then thirteenth, we change the yarn colors again to make the next layers and complete the fiber. After wrapping the fiber using a spider web, the process will be completed and the fiber is ready to be used.