Free Crochet Treat Bag

Free Crochet Treat Bag Pattern

Treat Bag Crochet Pattern

Crochet Treat Bag Pattern - Savlabot

This little bag is just the right size for tiny treats. I made this bag with the idea of adding little treats and my tiny reusable water balloons to give as gifts to my nieces and nephews and I thought I would share how I made them.

Free Crochet Tiny Bag for knit reusable water balloons

Let's Get Started

Materials Needed:

Size 5mm Crochet Hook

Cotton Yarn – Yarn used is Dishie from Knit Picks

Darning Needle

Locking Stitch Markers

Mini Suede Tag – Optional

Terms:

ch = chain        sc = single crochet         slst = slip stitch       st(s) = stitch(es) 

PDF version available in my Shop

Crochet Treat Bag PDF Pattern

Free Crochet Treat Bag Pattern

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Begin Pattern

This pattern is worked in the round seamlessly, you will not slst at the end of each round unless noted in pattern.

Make a foundation chain of 23.

Round 1: sc into the 2nd ch from hook, 21 sc into each ch across. Continue to the unworked edge of the foundation chain, 1 sc into each chain across until you are back at the beginning (44)

Round 2: 1 sc into each st around (44) Be sure to place stitch markers as you go to mark the beginning of a round.

Rounds 3 – 4: 1 sc into each st around (44) At the end of round 4 slst to join.

Round 5: Ch1, sc into the same st *ch2, skip 1 stitch sc into the next stitch. Repeat from * until last st. Skip last st then move onto round 6.

Round 6: 1 sc into the first ch2 space from round 5, *ch 2, sc into the next ch 2 space. Repeat from * around until work measures 4.25″ or desired length. Remember to move your stitch marker up after each round to keep track of the beginning space.

Join with a slip stitch at the end of your last round.

Top Handle - Restart Round Count

Round 1: ch1, *sc into the first sc, then sc into the ch2 space, rep from * until end. (44) – be sure to count that you have 44 sts.

Rounds 2-3: sc into each stitch around, make sure to move your stitch marker up after each round. (44)

Round 4: sc into the next 6 sts, Ch12 and skip 10 sts, sc into the next 12 sts, Ch12 and skip 10 sts, sc into the next 6 sts you should now be back at the beginning. (48)

Rounds 5-7: Sc into each sts across. (48)

At the end of round 7 join with a seamless join. Do not join with a slip stitch, after your last sc pull yarn through, then thread onto your darning needle. Create a stitch around the top loops of the first sc that starts the round and bring back down into the last sc you just made.

Weave in all yarn tails and tie off.

I hope you like the pattern and find the tutorial easy to follow. I had a lot of fun making these bags to package my reusable water balloons and other little treats to give as gifts this Easter.

You can also find a video for this pattern on YouTube

Free Crochet Treat Bag Pattern

For a step by step tutorial with more photos of each step you can purchase the PDF file in my Shop.

Crochet Treat Bag PDF Pattern

Thank you for making it this far

If you have the time I would appreciate it if you would visit my Etsy Shop, sales on tags and other printables such as the PDF version of this beanie pattern and vegan suede tags seen in this post help me out a lot so that I can keep up with this blog. I choose to not have pop up ads, I love not having ads all over my site, I don’t want to add ads other than a few affiliate links here and there to my posts as I think ads really ruin the viewing experience. I am hoping if I can continue to make sales in my Etsy Shop to help me with my finances I can continue to add freebies to my site.

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Happy Making,

Savla

1 thoughts on “Free Crochet Treat Bag

  1. Norma Lopez says:

    This is such a cute treat bag! So easy to make, too. I actually used your pattern to make a slightly larger one, and I’m gifting it as a little “purse” for my great-niece. I also made little crochet flowers and applied them to the front of it. Super cute!! Thanks again!

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