Super quick and easy crochet coin purse with zipper not only for the back to school season but all year round! Follow this free beginner friendly pattern.
Aren’t small crochet project just the cutest? I love quick and satisfying crochet makes that you can whip up in an hour or so. It is so rewarding and you get the feeling of time well spent.
That is exactly what my crochet coin purse with zipper is! It is big enough to hold and carry your change. But small enough to hang onto your keys as a keychain. How cute is that!
I have gone to a supermarket many times to do shopping only to realise I have no change for the trolley! And do not get me started on keeping loose chain in the car! Those coins never stay in the same place and end up under your seat every time you need one!
However, I now keep this little crochet coin purse with zipper in the car! That means I always have change on me for trolleys or car park!
Crochet Coin Purse With Zipper Design Process
I am in love with this wedge shape! You might think that this coin purse looks somewhat familiar. Well, you are not wrong!
I have previously made a Stylish Crochet Wedge Project Bag- Free Pattern that uses the same construction. It looks way more complicated than it is. You simply crochet a tube shape and then sew the ends in opposite directions. However, I wanted to save on the amount of sewing required, so I crocheted the bottom into both sides of the foundation chain. This has essentially closed off the bottom, saving on having to sew it together.
This is a real stash busting crochet project. It uses hardly any yarn and works up super fast! This crochet coin purse would make the perfect craft stall product to sell. You can make these for gifts or as stocking fillers too!
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MATERIALS (contains affiliate links)
- Women’s Institute Smooth and Silky yarn (worsted weight/aran; 660 m per 400g ball; 100% acrylic) or any aran weight yarn in brown and cream
- 4 mm crochet hook
- 5 cm zip
- A piece of leather for handle (optional)
CROCHET COIN PURSE WITH ZIPPER FINISHED SIZE
5 cm wide x 7 cm long
10 st x 11 rows measures 5 x 5 cm
STITCHES AND ABBREVIATIONS (US CROCHET TERMS)
ch- chain stitch
sc- single crochet
sl st- slip stitch
For abbreviations master list as set out by Craft Yarn Council, please CLICK HERE.
- The pattern starts with a foundation chain
- You will work into both the main foundation chain and the underside of the foundation chain
- The keychain is worked in rounds in spiral without closing off each round
- Place marker into first stitch and move it up with each round so you can count your rounds easily
- The zip is hand sewn into the opening in opposite direction to the foundation chain
- The leather strap is sewn on after the keychain is finished
- To adjust the width of the keychain pouch, increase the starting chain
- If you wish to make the keychain pouch taller, please add some more rounds before sewing in the zip
CROCHET COIN PURSE WITH ZIPPER MAIN PATTERN
Rnd 1: starting in 2nd chain from hook, 1 sc in each ch across, turn your work 180 degrees and continue working across the underside of the foundation chain, 1 sc in each ch across, do not sl st to 1st sc, continue working in spiral without closing each round off. 20 sc
Rnd 2: 1 sc in each st around. 20 sc
Repeat Rnd 2 another 9 times.
Rnd 12: repeat Rnd 2 in cream.
Rnd 13-15: repeat Rnd 2 in brown.
Fasten off and sew in all ends.
Sew the zip into the top opening in the direction perpendicular to the bottom foundation chain.
Cut the leather strap to 10 cm size or to custom length to fit your keys.
Using a strong yarn needle, sew the leather strap on referring to the pictures for placement.
I hope you enjoy this fun and cute crochet coin purse with zipper pattern.
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