Twisted Stitches Original
The pattern is super easy and goes up wicked fast! I used your average run of the mill jute twine from my local hardware store. You can find jute twine just about anywhere #Walmart, #dollargeneral, #Lowes A 5mm hook and KUDO from Plymouth Brand Yarn. A colorful cotton blend.
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Pattern by Miss Fitz
- CH – Chain
- DC – Double Crochet
- HDC – Half Double Crochet
- Sp – Space
- Step 1) Make a foundation CH of 28 stitches
- Step 2) CH 2 and DC in third stitch from the hook. DC in each stitch across foundation CH.
- Step 3) DC in last stitch, CH 2 and turn your work.
- Step 4) DC in each stitch across the row. When you come to the last stitch, you will DC 5 into the same stitch, rounding off the end. Continue DC to the end of the row. CH 2 and turn.
- Step 5) Repeat step 4 two more times. Tie off.
- Step 6) With the KUDO Plymouth Brand Yarn, HDC the front portion of the open pouch (do not go around). Tie off.
- Step 7) Beginning at the right hand bottom corner of the pouch, HDC the sides together, continue HDC all the way around the pouch. Tie off.
- Step 8) You will use the hole created by your 5 DC turn on the front flap to fasten the button/bead.
- Step 9) Fold the flap down to gauge where the button/bead will go on the front. Sew button/bead to the front of the pouch.
From here you can embellish with beads, stitching, straps…the treasure pouch is your oyster!
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