Tunisian Crochet Free Form Pouch

Tunisian Crochet Free Form Pouch

Originally uploaded by CMHS yarn & designs (laurie wheeler).

This pouch is being featured in this months Free Form Crochet Club’s Newsletter!

I just love how the yarn played as I moved directions. I really love how ribbon works up with the Tunisian Stitch.

The Maroon or Burgundy color in the flap of the pouch is a polyester ribbon that is usually a pain the you know what to crochet! But it just looks grand worked up like this and didn’t slip around half as much!

 The sage/lavendar beaded is my handspun, and the green/tealish is handspun as well! Mixed together with commercial yarn and ribbon, this really was an interesting experiment.


About thegoldenme

I love crochet and hand-spinning. I am visually impaired, and thus extremely tactile. I love texture and color, and creating things that feel good, and look good has made life richer and warmer.
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2 Responses to Tunisian Crochet Free Form Pouch

  1. brenda moore says:

    I love the bag, where can I get the pattern?
    regards brenda

  2. camanomade says:

    That’s the great thing about free form crochet, there are no patterns, no rules, just creative expression.

    If you want to make a bag like this, then you will simply make an 18″ long rectangle. I worked my rows in different directions, making sure I kept the piece in a general rectangle shape. I used several different kinds of yarn, from homespun to commercial and ribbon. I used a regular crochet hook and not a tunisian/afghan hook…I crocheted the seams together…It’s more of a process than a pattern 🙂

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