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Little Treasures Crochet Pouch

Hey guys! I’m back!!! Yaaaaaaay!!! It sure has been awhile, hasn’t it? Sorry for the long leave of absence. My family life is finally starting to settle down, though we are moving in less than a week.

Yes, you’ve got that right. After 5 months of living in Wyoming, my family and I are moving AGAIN. This time, though, we’ll be back to the Midwest. Nebraska, here we come!

My children are pretty excited, but have enjoyed their time living in Wyoming and being so close to so many cousins. Louisa has developed a strong friendship with her older girl cousins, and it makes me so happy that she has had such positive influences as a growing girl.

Quick, easy, and free crochet bag pattern. Small and perfect for kids to keep little treasures.

Louisa has started collecting things. She’s at that age, you know. And the things she loves collecting are rocks. She loves pink rocks, sparkly rocks, and really, anything that is “pretty”.

Unfortunately, Louisa did not have anything to hold all these beautiful rocks she has been collecting, and I was sick of seeing rocks all over my counters, so I told her I’d make her a little bag for them. Thus the Little Treasures Crochet Pouch was made!

Small drawstring bag for kids to keep little treasures. Free crochet pattern.

This pattern is SO SIMPLE! It works up really quickly, too, and can be used for any kind of little treasures or collections. Make it for your little collector!

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The Little Treasures Crochet Pouch

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Materials:

-½ skein Lily Sugar ‘n Cream in Lilac

-5mm (H) crochet hook (I like these hooks)

-yarn needle

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Stitches:

Magic Circle

hdc – half double crochet

sc – single crochet

dc – double crochet

sl st – slip stitch

Pattern Notes:

  • Ch 1 never equals a stitch, but only a starting chain at the beginning of each round.
  • All rounds will end with a slip stitch to join.

Pattern:

Round 1: Work 8 hdc in a magic circle, pull circle tight, sl st into first stitch, ch 1. (8)

Round 2: 2hdc in each stitch around, sl st into first stitch, ch 1. (16)

Round 3: *2hdc, hdc* around, sl st into first stitch, ch 1. (24)

Round 4: *2hdc, hdc 2* around, sl st into first stitch, ch 1. (32)

Round 5: *2hdc, hdc 3* around, sl st into first stitch, ch 1. (40)

Rounds 6-17: hdc in each stitch around, sl st into first stitch, ch 1. (40)

Round 18: sc in first stitch, skip next stitch, *5dc in next stitch, skip next stitch, sc in next stitch, skip next stitch* around, sl st into top of first sc.

Finish off and sew in ends.

Cut 2 pieces of yarn about 10 inches. Double them up and weave between every 3 stitches. Pull tight and tie a bow.

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Happy Crocheting!

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