Drawstring Pouch


Drawstring Pouch

Drawstring Pouch
Drawstring Pouch

"This little pouch crochet pattern would be great used as a “dice bag” for game nights. We love to play Yahtzee around here and it’s also a great game for taking it on family vacation! Small and easy to pack, and as long as you have a hard surface you can play it just about anywhere. Especially when you carry the die in a fancy little drawstring bag that you made yourself! One thing I love about this drawstring bag is that I used the most sturdy crochet stitch around. The Waistcoat stitch makes for a very dense crocheted fabric. If we’re carrying around rocks or playing die, or anything with weight, we want to be certain that the stitches will not stretch out. This is also the reason we are using a cotton yarn. The Curio #3 is mercerized for strength, so that fabric is as strong as it gets! I also like to use the Waistcoat stitch especially when crocheting with beads in the round because the stitches always line up directly on top of each other. There is no guessing on where to place the next bead when they’re all in a nice and tidy little row! "


Crochet Hook4 or 2 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(1) Super Fine (27-32 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge25 sts x 36 rows = 4” square using Waistcoat

Finished SizeOne Size Customizable

Materials List

  • size 1/fingering weight cotton
  • Crochet hook in size 2mm
  • 6/0 seed beads (optional)

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