Stash It


If you are prone to misplacing small objects or you simply want to keep your home neat and tidy, the Stash It pattern is ideal. You can use this free bag pattern to store keys, jewelry, small electronics, or anything in between in style. Add custom hanging loops and take this crochet pattern anywhere you please. You can hang the small bag from a doorknob in your home or from a hook attached to your wall. The super bulky yarn used to make this easy crochet pattern is durable and will withstand the weight of several heavy objects. Gift this DIY bag to someone who often loses things or keep it for yourself to enjoy.


Crochet HookQ or 16mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

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I've been getting into baskets for organizing my craft supplies since I bought a new craft table over the holidays and this one would perfectly hold my copic markers! I can also see my daughter using this one to organize her makeup on her bathroom counter. I really appreciate Moogly's teaching spirit too with videos that are right there on the website for those who learn visually like me!

It's cute, practical and easy to make. Plus it doesn't take much yarn. I have bulky yarn left over from a mans sweater that would be just right. I have to make more than one. I need it to be hung on the back of my pantry door so I can keep my frequently used revile cards at hand.

This is a great catch all pouch. For those of us that like to be "organized" having one of these hanging on each door knob in the house will aid in keeping things in place. Having small children in the house, there is always just one more thing that belongs in another part of the house, but until you can get to it, here is how it can be stashed until then.

As certain members of our household have gotten older, the importance of everything having a place has become much more critical. This wonderful little project is just the thing for stashing small items like keys, glasses, scissors, etc. Im making one for the laundry room right now because Im forever finding little things that need transporting back to their own homes, too!

I am notorious for misplacing small objects, especially my car keys. I lose them all the time. This would be a great little basket to hang from the garage door to keep things in that I need to carry with me on my next errand. Also would be a cute idea to hang one in my car to use as a tissue holder or to keep hand sanitizer in.

This stash it bag will be a great addition for the car. My husband and I have not upgraded to smart phone and we still use the "old fashioned" GPS. This will be a great way to carry it from the house to the car when we go on the antique runs.

This little hanging basket will be perfect in my household! We never have enough packing space for all the gadgets and gizmos and this would be a pretty and cost effective way to establish order amidst all the chaos. I could make them in different colours for the different members of the household!

I love this Stash It pattern! I'm thinking of making a few of them for around the house and for our van. I'm thinking with a plastic bag as a liner it can be used as a trash bag in the van, making the hanging loop longer so it can fit over the head rest. Plus I'll do some with the cloth liner for the ones in the home to use as bags to hold things that are cluttering side tables.. So many ideas come to mind when using this pattern. Thank you for this free pattern.


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