Easy Crochet Granny Square Pouch

Hi friends,

Did you see the post for my Crochet Sand and Sea Summer Tote Bag? It’s a great tote for all the Summer things! I had leftover yarn from making my tote and thought it would be great to have a little pouch to hold my drivers license, credit card, or cash that I could tuck into my bag.

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I went super easy and just made a granny square. If you need a refresher on making a simple granny square, this is a great tutorial. After making my granny square, I crocheted a single crochet border working 2 single crochet in each corner. For the last corner, I worked one single crochet, chained 10, and then worked the 2nd single crochet to create the button loop.

I used I Love This Cotton yarn in Aqua and Taupe with a H/5mm hook to stitch up my pouch.

To make the square into a pouch, fold in 3 corners, leaving the corner with the chains at the top. Starting at the bottom right corner, attach the yarn with a slip stitch. Slip stitch the sides together, continuing the slip stitches around the top of the bottom corner to the other side, and slip stitch the sides together down to the bottom left corner. Fasten off and weave in the ends. Sew on the button.

Such a quick and easy project to keep all your necessary cards and cash together in one place!

You can make the Easy Crochet Granny Square Pouch in just minutes! It’s a great stash buster project. πŸ™‚


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2 Responses to Easy Crochet Granny Square Pouch

  1. 12champion says:

    OMG 😳, it’s so cute. Love the color palette 🎨

    Liked by 1 person

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