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 fast project inspired by ocean theme.

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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 pattern can be made using any yarn you wish. Choose a hook size that matches the yarn.

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

 

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7 comments

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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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