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Jewellery Pouch Pattern

Make this cute little Jewellery Pouch with this easy to follow free pattern. Very sweet and simple to make.


Materials:

I’ve used Paintbox yarns recycled cotton in colours, Lavender Cream, Peachy and string and Sugar n Cream Solids in colour Jute. (Any cotton yarn will work with right size hook)

5.mm hook

Yarn needle

Stitches used:

Dc (double crochet) or UK (treble)

Ch (chain)

Sl st (slip stitch)

Sc (single crochet) or UK (double crochet)

Sp (space)

Notes:

Ch3 at beginning of each round counts as a dc.

The only chain stitches are used in corner spaces.

Begin: we’re going to make two - 6 round Granny squares.

Round 1: ch4, 2 dc into the first ch, ch2, 3dc, ch2, 3dc , ch2, 3dc (all in the same st). (4 dc, 4 ch 1 sp). Sl st to join, fasten off.

Round 2: join new colour in any ch2 sp, ch3, 2 dc into the same sp, ch2, 3dc into same sp. (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in each ch2 sp around. ( 8 3dc, 4 ch1 sp) sl st to join, fasten off.

Round 3: join new colour in any ch2 sp, ch3, 2dc into same sp, ch2, 3dc into same sp. (3dc) in next sp, (3dc, ch2, 3dc) in next ch2 sp. Repeat pattern to end of round. Fasten off.

Round 4 -5 : repeat round 3, change colour on each round.

Now you have finished your two squares you want to join 3 sides together, leaving an opening at the top.

I put the wrong sides facing together, and the right sides on the outside. Attached my yarn into a corner ch1, then sc in each st working (sc, ch, sc) in bottom corners. Don’t fasten off when you’ve finished. Now we’re going to work in rounds around the top of your Pouch.

Round 1: work sc in every st around the opening on both sides of your squares join with a sl st.

Round 2: work dc in every st around, join with sl st.

Round 3: repeat round 2 fasten off. Sew in all loose ends.

Now to make your pull straps

Make 2

I crocheted two long straps each one 70 chains long. Then I weaved each long ch through the first row of dc stitches on one side of my pouch. Then I repeated the same again on the other side of my pouch. Make sure both sides are equal. I joined the straps together on both sides with a cute wooden bead and tied a knot to secure. For decoration I added some tassels at the bottom of my pouch. Now you should have your very own Jewellery Pouch.

Please tag me via Instagram @sweet_sharna if you make one.




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15mm crochet hook

yarn needle

any stick you can hang your square on.

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I hope you have enjoyed this wall hanging idea, please do tag me on Instagram @sweet_Sharna if your have an account and make one.