Learning how to crochet a pouch is a fun endeavor. You can make a really simple crochet pouch using basic stitches like single crochet or create a much more elaborate design with fancier stitches. Add a bag lining, zipper or button closure for extra details. These free crochet pouch patterns run the gamut of different styles and include gadget cozies as well as small purses.
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Many crochet pouch patterns are designed to hold very specific items including chapstick, cell phones and sunglasses. This is an easy double crochet pouch worked up quickly in a cushiony soft yarn. A simple drawstring closes the pouch and tassels hang off the ends for decoration.
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A small crochet pouch can be used to store a variety of items, serving as a clutch purse of sorts. This pouch, measuring about 5" x 7" is worked in a bulky yarn and crafts up very quickly. It closes with a button. Color changes create fun stripes while bobble stitches give this pouch a lot of visual appeal.
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Learn how to crochet a pouch with a zipper closure using this easy free pattern. This design is worked in single crochet, using back loop only and decreasing techniques, as well as color changes, to achieve the finished bold effect. This kind of pouch works great as a travel pouch, pencil case, makeup bag or crochet hook case.
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Anyone who needs to craft a quick last minute gift will find that this crochet pouch pattern comes in handy. Worked up with an M hook and super bulky yarn, this 5" x 6" pouch is done almost as soon as you've started it. It's the perfect instant gratification project! The pouch is crocheted in a simple moss stitch, and it closes with a button. It is the perfect size for a gift card or some candy.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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One of the easiest ways to make a crochet pouch is to use a single crochet rectangle, properly seamed and closed with a button to create a basic clutch purse. This one uses simple decreasing on one end of the rectangle to create a more polished "purse flap" design.
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One type of crochet pouch that has a very specific use is the tooth fairy pouch. These are made for children to place their fallen teeth in so that they can be exchanged for money in the middle of the night. This type of small pouch can also be used as teeny tiny gift bags.
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This crochet pouch is made with fingering weight yarn and an openwork eyelet design so it is lacy, delicate and a perfect accessory for a night on the town. This is an unlined drawstring crochet pouch, which you may up to add lining to if you want to use it as a coin purse. It would work well as is for use as a cell phone pouch. The drawstring on this pattern is a knitted I-cord but you could crochet an I-cord or use a crochet chain instead.
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This crochet pouch is designed to hold sunglasses but also works for other small items. The pattern is perfect for spring - or just for joy - because the flap is crocheted to look like a flower. The bulk of the crochet pattern is worked in lemon peel stitch, giving you the chance to try out a stitch pattern that might be new for you.
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This crochet pattern is more of a "recipe", meaning that instead of an exact stitch count, it provides you with information about how to design it to the size that you need. This makes it perfect as a gadget cozy or "device pouch", adjustable to the size of your own phone, tablet or laptop.