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Hey everyone! I wanted to thanks so much for you encouragement and excitement on my behalf! Yesterday, I announced that has Red Heart invited me to Women’s Choice Awards. It is such an honor to be invited by amazing women to celebrate amazing women. I wanted to involve my people (stay tuned for my first-ever Facebook Live), and let you vote on which clutch I should take to the event. Yesterday I shared the free crochet pattern for my Color Pop Clutch. Today, I am sharing this gorgeous Tide Pool Clutch.
The photos don’t do this beautiful yarn justice. The gradient and subtle changes are so pretty and it reminds me of the deep ocean water. Just beautiful.
Tide Pool Clutch
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–1 Skein of Red Heart Unforgettable
Abbreviations: (American Terms)
Ch – chain
Sc – single crochet
Dc – Double Crochet
Sl st – Slip Stitch
St – stitch
Sk – Skip
Gauge: 12 sc = 3″
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1. Sc in 2nd ch from hook. Sc 33. Turn. (34 sts)
2. – 57. Ch 1. Sc in each st across. (34 sts)
58. Ch 1. Sc in same st. *Sk 2 st. Dc 5 in next st. Sk 2 sts. Sl st in next st* work 5 times. Sk 2 sts. Dc 3 in last st. Turn.
59. – 71. Ch 1. Sc in same st. *Dc 5 in the sl st from previous row. Sl st in the middle of the next shell. * work 5 times. 3 dc in the last st. Turn.
Fold the bottom up so it touches the last row of sc. Join yarn at the bottom of the right side. Sc up the side, going through both layers. Sc up the side of the shell rows. Tie off.
Repeat for the other side. Weave in ends.
Join yarn at the top of the 3rd shell. Make a ch 130. Sc in 4th ch from hook. Sc all down the chain. Join at the bottom of the ch and tie off. Finish off the tie with a tassel (try the method used here) or pom-pom at the end of your tie (using the 3 skipped chains).
Which one are you leaning toward? Stay tuned for my last design, coming on Monday!
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I have some yarn that is REALLY similar to this (sold by Herrschners). I made a shawl, but I have some left. I think I’ll do this clutch. Thanks for the pattern!
Yay! That’s perfect!
Does it take up the whole ball of yarn? Is there any left over? Thanks!
It uses almost all of it, but there is a bit left over.
O my gosh, I love this one!!! I also love that you found a pattern for that yarn brand, I’ve had that yarn for two years now with nothing to make it into. Thank you for the beautiful pattern, and congrats on the Woman Choice Award!!!
Thank you very much!!! I am so glad you like the pattern :)
This is so lovely and delicate! Love the colorway too.
Thank you so much!
This is such a sweet little pouch! I was looking around for a small bag to hold my paints and paintbrushes when I travel, and this one is perfect. Bonus, I have a few skeins of this in my stash already! Thank you for sharing this pattern.
Perfect! You are welcome!
Definitely leaning towards this one, that yarn is so beautiful and the shell stitch works with it perfectly <3
Thank you :) The shells do look so lovely with that yarn!