100 Micro Crochet Motifs
This project is perfect for keeping special things close to you. Whether
you’re storing money or keepsake notes, this envelope can be scaled up and down depending on the thread and hook used.Finished size
20mm x 23mm (3/4in x 7/8in)
90mm x 90mm (31/2in x 31/2in)
Adapt your purse with straps and handles or extra charms so that it’s just as special as the special object inside it.
20mm x 23mm (3/4in x 7/8in)
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You Will Need
Follow instructions for the Floral Envelope Square.
Repeat rounds 1 to 6 as for front panel. You will now be working in rows.
Row 7 (RS): 1ch, 1dc in next 19 sts, 1dc in 2ch corner sp (20 sts).
Rows 8 to 10: Turn work, 1ch, 1dc in each st.
If you want the bag flap to be extra long add 2 to 4 more rows here.
Row 11: Turn work, 1ch, dc2tog, 1dc in next 16 sts, dc2tog (18 sts).
Rows 12 to 15:Turnwork,1ch, dc2tog, 1dc in each st to last 2 sts, dc2tog (10 sts).
Row 16:(Buttonhole)Turnwork,1ch, dc2tog, 1dc in next 2 sts, 3ch, skip 2 sts, 1dc in next 2 sts, dc2tog (9 sts).
Check at this point that your chosen bead or button will go through the hole, if the buttonhole is too small then increase the number of ch sts in the buttonhole.
Row 17: 1ch, dc2tog, 1dc in next st, 3dc in buttonhole ch sp, 1dc in next st, dc2tog (7 sts).
in next 3 sts, dc2tog (5 sts), fasten off,
weave in end and trim (1).
This step involves using slip stitches to join the two sides together. Alternative methods can be used such as blanket stitch or whip stitch.
Lay the back panel wrong side up. Lay the front panel on top of the back panel, right side up, and line up the corner ch sps.
Working through both front and back panels together, ss in top
left corner ch sp, *(1ch, 1ss) in each pair of sts down one side of the bag to join together (2)
In the last top right corner, work (1ch, ss) through both panels, 1ch, ss through front panel only.
Working through front panel sts only, work (ss, 1ch) in each st across top of panel, ss in top left corner ch sp again.
Turn work to continue with the flap, (1ch, ss) in each row end up first
side of flap, (1ch, ss) in each st along top, (1ch, ss) in each row end down second side of flap, 1ch, ss in top right corner of bag to finish. Sew button to top panel checking the buttonhole placement before sewing.
Belt strap (optional)
Row 1: 9ch, leave a long length of yarn for sewing later – to make the bag strap wider, add more ch sts.
Row 2: 1dc in second ch from hook, 1dc in each remaining ch (8 dc).
Rows 3 to 17: turn work, 1ch, 1dc in each st.
Fasten off at end of row 17. Use yarn at top and bottom of strap to sew onto back of bag (4).
Shoulder strap (optional)
Ss through both panels in top right corner ch sp, (3ch, 1tr) in same sp (makes small loop), 3ch, 1tr into loop sp,
cont until desired length is reached, ss
in top left corner ch sp. Trim and sew in ends to finish.