Carrot Treat Pouches
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These Carrot Treat Pouches are sure to make your kids want their vegetables! They are worked from the point up and cinched at the top with a drawstring. This is a great way to package Easter treats, money gifts and more. Or just make them because they are fun!.
I designed these with a simple chain loop for the leaves. I love the frilly look, they remind me of real carrots coming out of the ground. I used a length of yarn to tie them closed, but if you want something a little sturdier, you could chain the tie or make a cord.
I used Red Heart Super Saver because I had it in the colors I needed, but more importantly I think it will stand up nicely for this project. Red Heart Super Saver is a great choice for so many projects because it is readily available in most craft stores, as well as on line directly from RedHeart.com, it’s easy care, holds up well, is soft but sturdy and comes in a huge range of colors! Of course you may use any worsted weight acrylic yarn you like and I’m sure even a worsted cotton would generate good results.
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Carrot Treat Pouch
Size: 8” long
- Made with worsted weight yarn, I used Red Heart Super Saver:
- Orange: 35 yards
- Green: 7 yards
- Hook Clover Amour H/5.00 mm
- Stitch Marker
- Tapestry Needle
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Abbreviations (US Terms):
sc: single crochet
sl st: slip stitch
Gauge: Not important for this project
- Pattern is written in US Terms.
- Weave in ends as you work.
- Stitch count is in ( ) at the end of the row or round.
- DO NOT join rounds, work in spiral and mark the first stitch of each round to keep count
Round 1 (Orange): Start with a Magic Circle, ch1, 5sc in center of circle. (5)
Round 2: Sc in each sc. (5)
Round 3: 2sc in each sc. (10)
Round 4: Sc in each sc. (10)
Round 5: [Sc in next sc, 2sc in next sc], repeat to end. (15)
Rounds 6 to 8: Sc in each sc. (15)
Round 9: [Sc in next 2 sc, 2sc in next sc], repeat to end. (20)
Rounds 10 to 14: Sc in each sc. (20)
Round 15: [Sc in next 3 sc, 2sc in next sc], repeat to end. (25)
Rounds 16 to 19: Sc in each sc. (25)
Round 20: Sc2tog, sc in next 22 sc, sl st in last sc. (23 sc + 1 sl st)
Round 21 (Eyelet Round): Ch1, starting in same st as ch1, [sc1, ch1, skip 1], repeat between [ ] to end, join with sl st to first sc. (12 sc + 12 ch spaces)
Round 22: Ch1, sc in each sc and ch1 space to end, join with sl st to first st. Fasten off. (24)
Round 23: Join green, ch1, starting in same st as ch1, [sc 1, ch12, skip 1], repeat between [ ] to end, join with sl st to first st. Fasten off. (12 loops)
Close Tie: Cut a piece of yarn long enough to thread through the Eyelet Round plus enough to make a bow. Weave the yarn in and out of the openings in Round 21 (Eyelet Round) and tie a bow to close the carrot pouch. Fill with your favorite treat!
Fill it up with your favorite treat and enjoy!
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