Hello amigurumi lovers and beautiful visitors, I wanted to share the free amigurumi patterns for you here. In my article I will share 1 pattern and how to make it for you. At the end of my article, I will share amigurumi patterns that can generate ideas for you.
Cotton Yarn (I used the color, “salt and
4.0mm Crochet Hook
Zipper (9″ or whatever size is needed to cover the width of your
pouch once finished)
nstead of using a yarn needle, I often like to use single crochet
stitches to seam up the sides
The herringbone double crochet stitches create a shallow zig-zag
edge rather than a straight edge. To make seaming up the sides
easier, I added a row of single crochets along the edge of the
herringbone double crochet rows so I have a straight edge to work
The zipper is sewn onto the pouch at the end.
The stitches for this pouch are dense enough that it’s not required
to have a fabric lining, but it is definitely optional if you like.
Stitches & Abbreviations
St/sts – stitch/stitches
ch – chain
sc – single crochet
hbdc – double crochet
Row 1: Sc into the second ch from the hook, sc across (10 sc)
Row 2-22: Ch 1, turn, sc across (10 sc)
Cut and fasten off.
Side of pouch
Row 1: Ch 5, sc into the corner of the base piece and across the long
edge (22 sc), ch 7
Row 2: Hbdc into the second ch from the hook, hbdc into the next 4
ch, hbdc into the next 22 sc sts, hbdc into the last 5 ch (32 sts)
Row 3-13: Ch 2, turn, hbdc across (32 sts)
Cut and fasten off, and do the same thing on the other side of the base.
- Fold the piece in half and sew or sc the two sides together only
on the edges of the hbdc. See the top 2 photos below (18 sc
- You are then left with a hole in the bottom two corners of the
pouch. Pinch the hole to make a T-shape seam, creating a flat
bottom for the pouch. Sew or sc the two bottom corners. See
the bottom 2 photos below (10 sc sts)
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