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on: May 12, 2008 05:45:39 PM 
Started by kiddyfactory, Message by kiddyfactory
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I made this for myself to keep my changes =) Here's the pattern, if you need any question please ask~! Enjoy

Crochet Coin Pouch Pattern:


Equipment:
- J&P Coats Royale & Cameo Craft Crochet Threads - metallic thread
- J&P Coats Royale & Cameo Craft Crochet Threads - black thread
- size 1.5 mm (7 US) crochet hook
- coin pouch frame
I bought mine here:
http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=13678
this is their official site:
http://www.tallpoppycraft.com/

- lining for inside pouch
- super glue
- needle
- invisible thread or fish string
- 0.2cm rope/string
- "-" screw driver
- pliers


1.)
Row 1: make a knot, create 21 sc.
Row 2: go across, add 4 sc at the end.
Row 3: go across, add 4 sc.
Row 4: go across, add 4 sc.
Row 5: go across, add 4 sc.
Row 6: go across.
Row 7: go across.

2.) [Silver]
Row 8: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 9: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 10: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 11: go across, add 2 sc.

3.)
Row 12: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 13: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 14: go across, add 2 sc.
Row 15: go across.
Row 16: go across.

4.) [Silver]
Row 17: go across.
Row 18: go across.
Row 19: go across.
Row 20: go across.
Row 21: go across.

5.)
Row 22: go across.
Row 23: go across.
Row 24: go across, leave 2 stitch out.
Row 25: go across, leave 2 stitch out.
Row 26: go across.

6.) [Silver]
Row 27: go across.
Row 28: go across.
Row 29: go across.
Row 30: go across.
Row 31: go across.

7.)
Row 32: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 33: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 34: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 35: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 36: go across, leave 1 stitch out.

8.) [Silver]
Row 37: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 38: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 39: go across, leave 1 stitch out.
Row 40: go across, leave 2 stitch out.

* Repeat this for other side

1. So now you have 2 pieces. Sew them together with invisible thread. Then flip it out.


2. Sew together the lining.
3. Use the super glue to brush the edges of the lining so it won't fray. Dry.


4. Fold the edge of the sewing ends of the lining and fold it outward and either sew together with the crochet from the inside or glue them together.
5. The arch area where you are going to be clasping with the coing frame, quickly sew the lining and the crochet with invisible thread so they stay together when your clasping the coin frame.


6. Clasping the coin frame has many ways, this is my way:
   - With a screwdriver, stuff the edge of the pouch inside the coin frame with the rope to stay steady, then pinch the rim of the frame.
Here's other places that shows how to do it with better instruction:
http://www.purlbee.com/cute-japanese-coin-purse/
http://calistayoo.blogspot.com/

 

 
Here's the official site of the coin pouch~
http://www.yukikotsu.com/gallery/fun_coin.html
 
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