29.6.11

Free Knitting Pattern: Treasure Pouch

Because you can never have too many hand knit pouches to carry your treasures....






Free Knitting Pattern:  Treasure Pouch

Materials:
Jitterbug in Popcicle ~ Fingering Weight Yarn
Size 3 double pointed needles
Darning needle

Finished Measurements:
about 2" tall
{For a larger bag, you could use worsted weight wool with size 6 needles}

Directions:
CO 29 sts.  Join, being careful not to twist.
*k1, sl 1 wyif  Repeat from * around for 5 rounds.
Increase 1 stitch, k around. {30 sts}
*k2, yo  Repeat from * around {45sts}
Continue to knit around for 1.5"
*k7, k2tog Repeat from * around
*k6 k2tog  Repeat from * around
*k5 k2tog  Repeat from * around
*k4 k2tog  Repeat from * around
*k3, k2tog  Repeat from * around
*k2, k2tog  Repeat from * around
*k1, k2tog Repeat from * around
*k2tog Repeat from * around
Break yarn and sew through remaining stitches.  
Pull tight and darn in ends.

Finishing:
For the cord, make an 8" braid and tie off both ends.  
Feed the cord through the yo holes at the top of pouch.

~Enjoy~






13 comments:

  1. Come join in the fun with Ginny at Small Things for her yarn along!
    http://www.gsheller.com/2011/06/yarn-along_29.html

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  2. This is wonderful! I could use a couple of these for my littlest! Thank yoU!

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  3. Such pretty little pouches. My children collect so many little nature finds that they always need pockets or little bags. The yarn you used is just perfect.

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  4. Thanks for sharing! My kids would love some of these. You are so right you can never have too many treasure pouchs. :)

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  5. That's a really cute pattern. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. this is lovely .. just right to hold such treasure

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  7. ooh, how pretty! Thanks for the pattern! I'm bookmarking this one!

    Becca

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  8. This is so cute and I am all over it! Thank you for sharing. :)

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  10. Thanks for this ovely pattern. I found it yesterday, and just hat to try it out. I like how the top, that looks almost wowen contrrasts with the tapering stockinettte bottom.
    I have one sligt misgiving. Please make a note, that you're going to use the yo holes in round 7 for a cord. I always knit my yo's twisted so as NOT to make holes, and had to "knit backwards" some rows. My mistake for not reading through the whole thing before starting ;)

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  11. I just discovered this pattern when a friend of mine made one. I adore this! Thank you so much for putting it out here for us to knit.
    :-)))

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  12. I made one of these while waiting. They knit up so quickly and are so pretty! I think I might surprise some of my kids with them tucked under a pillow.

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