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Pretty Floral Trinket Box

By: Janet from yellowpinkandsparkly.blogspot.com

A simple crochet pattern like this pretty floral trinket box makes a great gift for any woman who loves jewelry. She can store all her small goodies in this fabulous piece. DK yarn is used and you crochet in the round.

Intermediate

Crochet HookB/1 or 2.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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I love these little trinket boxes. A neat way to stow away small treasures. My Mother was known for making trinket boxes with thread instead of yarn and would put fabric stiffener in them. I still have one or two of them now. And I love the doily underneath.

I normally dont bother with crocheted trinket boxes, but this one was so simple and pretty that I decided to work it up as a sample. I was not disappointed! The designer has provided clear instructions with several photos to guide you along. You can use the flowers she includes, or go with some organza ribbon and other crocheted blossoms.

What gorgeous boxes! I am definitely going to be crocheting these. These are great for Mothers Day which is right around the corner. Perfect timing at finding this pattern. Im like the other commenters on her blog and love the doily that the boxes are resting on. Hope the designer shares the pattern for that soon also.

For those of us that like to "work in the round", here is another one! I love these little trinket baskets - with tops no less. I think these are quaint gift ideas that can be made and kept for just that special occasion. We all know that homemade gifts mean so much more.

I'm in the middle of this project right now and it's a little confusing because it is written for English crochet instead of U.S. crochet (dc=sc). And no matter how tight I crochet it, it's not that stiff for a box. I'm hoping that starch will solve that problem, it's drying now.

to tancc160... Find a program which will change any page you want to print to a PDF file. You will no longer have any problems on any site. I use this all the time and the program I have was free through Adobe. It works great!

Hi tancc160 9478081, That is an issue with the way their website is set to print. You can try adjusting your print settings or highlight the selection on the page you would like to print and select "print selection", "print highlighted", or similar. This will then only print the section you highlighted. I hope this helps! -Editors of AllFreeCrochet

I would enjoy crocheting these but for one problem. I can't get a copy of the pattern. I went to the website for the pattern and all I get, when I try to print, is blank pages with the sites blog info on the side.

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