Crochet Brooch Free Pattern Little Bag

crochet brooch free pattern
crochet brooch free pattern
Free pattern for the brooch, miniature bag crocheted brooch, bohemian brooch, crocheted mini bag brooch. It's a powder blue, crochet brooch little bag that can be worn in any number of ways: simply as a brooch on the lapel of a coat, on a hat, on a bag, wristband, hair crunchy or headband, or pin it to a baby shower gift, etc.
Materials: 100% mercerized cotton thread/floss;
A silver brooch pin, on back.
The bag is crocheted using 1,3-2mm hook.
Size: It measures approx. 2 inches (5.1 cm) across.
Colors: Powder Blue.
Difficulty level: easy
Needed knowledge (US abbreviations):
* chain
* slip stitch
* single crochet
* double crochet
You will also need to know how to change colour at the beginning of a round.


Start with a magic ring
Round1: ch2, 8sc in ring (8 st)
Pull the stray end taut
Round 2: *2sc in each st* repeat 8 times (16 st)
Round 3: *1sc in first st, 2sc in next st* repeat 8 times (24st), mm
Round 4 – r8: 1sc in each st first st, around, mm
Continue crocheting without increasing as needed.
For the last row change blue thread for pink color.
Ch 14 to handle bags.

This pin can also be made using any yarn of your choice. I recommend using a width yarn 2 or 3 and slightly smaller hook than what the yarn calls for, I used a 1,3mm for mine. Use sewing or embroidery thread to attach to button.
If you use floss I highly recommend unwinding your skein of embroidery thread onto a floss divider 1st to keep it from tangling as you work.

Sew the pieces together as it looks like in the picture.

Sew a pin back to the backside of the bag. Attach a brooch pin if you want to have a brooch or a pony tail if you want to have a hair scrunchy.
It may also be bag for dolls.
♥ Enjoy, and Happy hooking!!!
crochet brooch free pattern
crochet brooch free pattern

crochet brooch free pattern


How to make a crocheted nursing necklace

A nursing necklace is a long, chunky necklace made with wood beads and cotton yarn. It can be made with plastic or other materials too.
These necklaces are very easy to put together and not only are they stylish but also functional.
The point is for the baby to have something to play with while he or she is nursing.
They appeal to babies sense of vision and touch and can also be used as teethers (as long as the right materials are used and under constant supervision).
You can just hand-wash the necklace in warm water if it gets goopy from baby drool
You want to try to find non-toxic, natural materials
- Unfinished wooden beads in 3/4 inch and 1 inch sizes.
- Cotton yarn.
- Crochet Hook
- Tapestry needle
I do think this would make a creative, homemade baby shower gift.
How to crochet beads for nursing necklace have a look free pattern here.