Crochet blue waves pouch

Crochet blue waves pouch

Need a lovely and handy pouch for your miscellaneous stuffs? Why don’t you crochet one? This is an easy and quick project inspired by ocean theme.

crochet blue waves pouch

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Materials:
5mm crochet hook
Yarn needle
Scissors
Worsted weight yarn: 4 different shades of blue (from darkest to lightest blue), white.
Ribbon

Abbreviations

Note: This crochet blue waves pouch pattern can be made using any yarn you wish. Choose a hook size that matches the yarn.

Skill level: Intermediate

Start with darkest blue yarn (color 1)

R1: form a magic ring or ch 2, 6 sc, 6 sts

R2: inc x 6 times, 12 sts

R3: (1 sc, inc) x 6 times, 18 sts

R4: (2 sc, inc) x 6 times, 24 sts

R5: (3 sc, inc) x 6 times, 30 sts

R6: (4 sc, inc) x 6 times, 36 sts

R7: (5 sc, inc) x 6 times, 42 sts

R8: (6 sc, inc) x 6 times, 48 sts

R9: (7 sc, inc) x 6 times, 54 sts

R10: (8 sc, inc) x 6 times, 60 sts

R11: (9sc, inc) x 6 times, 66 sts

R12 to 16 : sc around, 66 sts

R17: change to lighter blue yarn (color 2) , ch 3 (as 1st dc), skip 2 sts, crochet 5 dc shell- stitch into next st, *skip 2 sts, dc into next st, skip 2 sts, 5 dc shell- stitch into next st* repeat ** around, join with a sl.

R18: change to lighter blue yarn (color 3), ch 3 (as 1st dc), skip 2 sts, dc into next st, * skip 2 sts, 5 dc shell-stitch into next st, skip 2 sts, dc into next st* repeat ** around, ending with 4 dc into first st to complete a 5 dc shell- stitch, join with a sl.

R19: change to lighter blue yarn (color 4), ch 3 (as 1st dc), crochet 4 dc into same st to complete a 5 dc shell- stitch, * skip 2 sts, dc into next st, skip 2 sts, 5 dc shell-stitch into next 3 sts* repeat ** around, ending with 1 dc, join with a sl.

R20: change to white yarn, ch 3 (as 1st dc), skip 2 sts, dc into next st, *skip 2 sts, 5 dc shell-stitch into next st, skip 2 sts, dc into next st* repeat ** around, ending with 4 dc into first st to complete a 5 dc shell- stitch, join with a sl.

R21: change to lightest blue yarn ( color 4), ch 3 (as 1st dc), crochet 4 dc into same st to complete a 5 dc shell- stitch, * skip 2 sts, dc into next st, skip 2 sts, 5 dc shell-stitch into next st* repeat ** around, ending with 1 dc, join with a sl.

R22: change to darker blue yarn ( color 3), ch 3 (as 1st dc), 1 dc into next 2 sts, *5 dc shell-stitch into next 3 sts, 1 dc into next 3 sts* repeat ** around, ending with 4 dc into first st to complete a 5 dc shell- stitch, join with a sl.

R23: change to darker blue yarn ( color 2), ch 3 (as 1st dc), crochet 4 dc into same st to complete a 5 dc shell- stitch, *skip 2 sts, dc into next 3 sts, skip 2 sts, 5 dc shell-stitch into next sts* repeat ** around, ending with 1 dc, join with a sl.

R24: change to darkest blue yarn (color 1), ch 3 (as 1st dc), dc around, join with a sl.

R25: ch 3 (as 1st dc), dc around, join with a sl.

R26: ch 4 (as 1st tc), tc into next st, ch 2 *skip 2 sts, tc, tc, ch 2* repeat ** ‘till end, join with a sl.

R27: change to lighter blue yarn (color 2), *ch 3, 3 tc into next st, ch 3, sl into next st, 3 sc across* repeat ** around, join with a sl.

Weave in ends and finish.

Drawstring cord: use ribbon

Strap: use 2 different colors of blue yarn ( I used color 1 and 3)
Hold 2 strands together, crochet a chain of your desirable length. Attach to sides of the bag.

crochet drawstring bag

 What would you store in this crochet blue waves pouch?

Happy crocheting xD

Written pattern and photos copyright Maz Kwok 2014. Please do not repost, republish or sell the content or photos as your own. You can sell the items you made from this pattern as long as you use your own pictures and give back proper credit. Please do share this pattern with others by link.  For more info, visit my Copyright page.

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  2. France says:

    That’s a beautiful pouch! I love the shades of blue you created with your yarn. Thank you for the tutorial. I will surely try it in the next months because I alway need pouches for myself or for gifts and it will be a change from the ones I make out of fabric. And I always need fast and easy crochet projects. Pinning!

  3. Cindy says:

    Thanks so much for sharing this pattern!!! I think it’s great and will make it for my niece for a gift. I love all of your work and love following your blog!! Have a great day!!!

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