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Zip Coin Wristlet

By: Laura Wilson from traversebaycrochet.com
Zip Coin Wristlet
Zip Coin Wristlet
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"Create this super cute coin pouch/wallet with a simple single crochet stitch. Easy to make, beginner friendly and creates a cute zip pouch to carry around any small items. Great for everyone! I made a bunch for my teenage daughter and toddler son (he puts his paw patrol figures in them when we go in the car). Very simple with the option to add a wristlet. This pattern uses medium worsted weight cotton and size E & G hooks."

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Crochet HookE/4 or 3.5 mm hook, G/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Ive worked a few projects that call for zippers, and this project has one of the best photo tutorials on how to attach the zipper. This project basically uses the same technique in ordinary sewing, i.e. installing the zipper between two flat pieces of fabric. Shes also spot on about cutting longer zippers down to size and whip stitching to secure the ends. This is a great way to recycle zippers, too.

My favorite part about this pattern is her son's use of his pouch. So cute- he uses it for his Paw Patrol figurines. I cannot tell you how indispensable a pouch like this would be for moms and dads alike. Road trips, beach trips, trips to Grandmas... Easy to work up on any weeknight when you want o knock out something quick and feel like you've accomplished something.

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