Bags and pouches

Some of my projects are rather complicated and some are very simple, but they are all use full products. So on these pages I will gather some projects with can be used.

Pouches are small bags, you can make them very easy and a pattern is not always required. So I made a couple of pouches for dices and buttons.

buideltjeblauwThis blue and grey pouch with leaves is about 12 cm high. It is a nice thing to hold some dice or ornaments or beads. It is the first I made and I like it very much.

The pattern is very easy. Start wit a magic circle and crochet 6 sc stitches in it. Crochet in  a spiral way, Increase each following round 6 sc around,  till you have a nice circular floor, stop increasing and go upward. When the expected height is reached, make some holes, make a bit  more rounds and finish with the second color. Put a cord through the holes and your pouch is ready.

I also made a red pouch. This one is slightly different from the blue one. I like the coral red color very much! No leaves were made because the pouch was destined for my son. He wanted to fill the pouch with his dice collection. You can fill it with all kind of stuff, I Think. It will be a nice present to make for someone’s birthday.

roodbuideltjeFor this pouch you start the same as in the blue one. Make a nice floor. Make an edge by putting the hook in the backward loop and in the loop direct under the backward loop. Continue with single crochet rounds, increase in every  second or third round 6 stitches, till the sides are broad enough. Crochet  single crochet rounds till the height of the side’s is sufficient high and next decrease every second or third round 6 stitches. Make a round with holes, crochet 4 rounds straight and finish it off. Put a cord through the holes and your pouch is ready.

 

 

orange pouchThis pouch is a combination of orange, gold and mandarin colors. It is crocheted slightly different from the other two pouches. I made a fantasy rim with gold  at the top. It was just  the thing my son had in mind.

Greetings Elzeblaadje

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