Purse Pouch Bag: Crochet Pattern

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Purse Pouch Bag: Crochet Pattern

What you need

This pattern is a vintage pattern and may use vintage terms. Although this pattern is from a print publication it has not been recently tested. There also does not appear to be a clear hook size stated.




Instructions

CHAIN 12, join in ring.

1st row. Ch 4, 23 d in ring, join with sl st.

2nd row. Ch 11, skip 1 d, 1 t (thread over hook twice), draw thread through the first d of ring, thread over hook, draw through 2 loops, 1 thread over hook once, skip one d on ring, put hook through the next st, thread over hook, draw through loop, thread over hook, draw through 2 loops, thread over hook, draw through 2 loops, thread over hook, draw through 2 loops, thread over hook, draw through 2 loops, ch 2, thread over hook, put hook through the middle st of the t, thread over hook, draw through, thread over hook, draw through 2 loops, thread over hook, draw through the last 2 loops, ch 4, thread over hook twice, put hook through the next st and draw loop through, repeat from *.

This is called a crossed treble crochet.

Make 8 c t around ring after last c t, make ch of 6, 1 d in next d on ring, sl st into 2d st of 1st 11 ch; turn, sl st back over 2 st of last 6 ch, ch 2; turn, sl st into 4 st of lst 11 ch.

3d row. Ch 1, * 8 s over ch of 4, 4 s in the c t, repeat from *.

Work 4 more rows of s around.

8th row. Ch 3, 1 d in lst s, ch 1, 1 d in next s, ch 1, 1 d in next s, repeat around.

9th row. Ch 11, * skip 2 d, 1 c t, leaving 2 d between c t, ch 4, repeat from *.

10th row. 4 s over ch of 4, 4 s in c t, repeat around.

Make 4 rows more of s.

15th row. Ch 7, * skip 1 s, 2 t in next s, ch 2, repeat from *.

16th row. Ch 3, 2 d over ch of previous row, ch 3, * skip 4 t, 1 s over ch of 2, ch 3, skip 4 t, 3 d over ch of 2, ch 4, 3 d in same place, ch 3, repeat from *, join row with sl st. Ch 2, draw loop through center of last ch so as to begin next row from center of loop.

17th row. Ch 3, 2 d over same loop, ch 3, * 3 d in ch of 4 between the 6 d, ch 4, 3 d in same place, ch 3, repeat from * join row.

18th row. Ch 3, 2 d over 1st loop, ch 3, 1 s over ch of 3, ch 3, 3 d over ch of 4, ch 4, 3 d in same place, repeat same.

Repeat next row from 17th row. Make 22 rows in all like 17th and 18th rows.

Next row for scallop, * 8 d in ch of 4 with 1 ch between, 1 d in 1 s, repeat from *. Last row. * 1 p, 1 d in 1 ch, 1 p, 1 d in 1 ch, repeat from *.

All done.

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Comments

  1. This looks very pretty! =:) Look at the “Crochet Abbreviations” on this site in the crochet patterns section and it tells you that p = picot. =:)Hope that helps!

  2. Possibly double crochet, single crochet, treble crochet, and…?

  3. hi i like the pattern and I’m interested in doing it. I know the proper crochet symbols but what does d, s, t , and p mean?

  4. Ecellent website

  5. If you don’t know the abreviations then this project may not be suitable for a beginner.

  6. how much yarn does this take and what do all of the abbreviations mean?

  7. Cute little vintage bag — think i’ll do it in larger yarn.

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