Crochet Fruit Pouch - Free Crochet Pattern




This is a crochet pattern to make this adorable drawstring fruit pouch. You can make it in all sorts of colours to make different fruits!

Pictured I have a peach and a lemon. Use dark purple to make a plum, orange to make an orange, green or red to make an apple, or even pink with white to make dragon fruit. The options are endless...

With this plush yarn, the pouch is large enough to fit a lipstick and some AirPods, to fit easily inside your purse. The lemon I made, using Hobbii Baby Snuggle, measures at 14cmx14cm. The peach I made, using Premier Parfait Chunky, measures at 16cmx16cm. If you use thicker yarn and a bigger hook, it could even fit your phone.



Yarn used (lemon)

Hobbii Baby Snuggle

- Duck (pouch)
- Sage (drawstring and leaf)

Other Items used

- US G/4.25mm Crochet Hook (or a hook to match the yarn you're using)

- Yarn needle
- Stitch markers -optional

Abbreviations and stitches

• MR: Magic ring
• St(s): Stitch(es)
• SC: Single crochet
• Ch: Chain Stitch
• Sl St: Slip Stitch
• Sk: Skip a stitch
• DC: Double Crochet
• HDC: Half Double Crochet
• Inc: Increase (Stitch 2 SC into the stitch)
• (...) x n: Repeat instructions in brackets n times
**This pattern uses US Crochet Terms**


Pattern

Pouch

R1: 6 SC in a MR
R2: 6 inc (12)
R3: (SC, inc) x 6 (18)
R4: (2SC, inc) x 6 (24)
R5: (3SC, inc) x 6 (30)
R6: (4SC, inc) x 6 (36)
R7: (5SC, inc) x 6 (42)
R8-17: 42 SC (10 rounds of 42)
R18: (19SC, dec) x 2 (40)
R19: 40SC
R20: (2SC, ch 2, sk 2) x 10 (40)
R21: (2SC, 2SC in ch space) x 10 (40)
Sl st to close
Weave in the ends 

Leaf Drawstring

Ch 8
Start in 2nd ch from hook: SC (mark this st), 2 HDC, 2DC, HDC, 3 SC in last ch,
Underside: HDC, 2 DC, 2 HDC, SC

Chain between 40 and 50 depending on desired length
Start in 2nd ch from hook: Sl st back along chain

Sl st back to 1st marked SC
Close, leaving a tail for sewing

Thread strap through the holes at the top of the pouch
Use the yarn tail from the base of the leaf to sew it to the start of the strap
Weave in the yarn tail at the end of the leaf





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