I have a small update. Not in line with the typical writing stuff, but it’s a fun update all the same.
With the major release of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, both my husband and I have been having a blast at home playing together. So, I figured now would be the perfect time to share this cute crochet pattern of a bell bag!
I was motivated to make my own after missing out on a preorder bonus. Honestly, I think it worked out for because this one has so much more charm and can be repurposed as a dice bag or small toiletries bag. And with the pandemic, there’s nothing to do except stay in and study or play games. So, this was a nice change of pace from the “typical” home activities.
It’s a very simple pattern, and any beginner should be able to follow along.
- Yarn (Yellow, Brown, and Red)
- Crochet Hook (E and H size)
- Yarn Needle
User H size hook
Ch. 4. join to first ch. to form ring. ch. 3, 11 dc. in the ring. join to the top ch. of the Ch. 3 with a sl. st.
Ch. 3, 2 dc. in each st., join to ch. 3 with a sl. st.
Ch. 3,* 2 dc. in the next st., 1 dc. in next st., rep. from * around. join to ch. 3
Ch. 3, 1 dc. in the next st., 2 dc. in the next st, 1 dc. in the next 2 dc., rep. between *s. join to ch. 3.
*Ch. 3, 1 dc. in each st. Join to ch. 3.* rep. 6 times
Ch. 4, skip 1 dc., dc. in next st. *ch. 1, skip 1 st., dc. in next st.* rep. between *s for eyelet row. join in the 3rd ch. of the ch. 4
Ch. 3, 1 dc. in each dc. an each ch. 1. Join to ch. 3
Ch. 3, dc. in each st.. Join to ch. 3
Ch. 2, sc. in each st. Join to ch. 2. fasten off.
Use E size hook
5 sc. magic circle, sl. st to join
3 sc. in next sc. rep. 15 times sl. st to join
First stitch: sl. st. then ch. 1
Second stitch: hdc, ch. 1, tc. ch.1
Third stitch: dc., hdc., ch. 1
Rep. 5 times
Use H size hook
Weave through eyelets in bag
And, that’s it you’re finished!
It probably takes 2 hours tops to finish, and it’s a great gift for any Animal Crossing fan. I churned out a bunch of them while watching some TV. I stuffed mine full of candy and amiibo cards to give around to my friends, and it was such a hit with them.
Definitely share how your creations turn out, I can’t wait to see them. If you have any questions or need help, comment below and I’ll do my best to answer!
If you’re interested in supporting me, please consider purchasing a copy of the pattern here for $3.50. Thank you!
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You should give instructions on how to attach the star
I just sewed it on using yarn and yarn needle. 🙂 No special technique, I’m self taught so some of my methods aren’t the most refined or appropriate hah.