Crochet pocket tissue holders are the perfect way to style up the standard packaging and make them a fun item. These days everyone should be carrying tissues to catch any sneezes so I thought why not make something fun out of the functional and my idea for the strawberry tissue holder was born. The pocket tissue holder is open at the top for easy access and it will stop your tissues from getting lost at the bottom of your bag.
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Scrap of yellow cotton
Size: To fit standard pocket tissue packet of 11cm x 5.5cm x 2.5cm
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The pattern is written using UK terminology, for a conversion chart to US terminology click this link.
The front, back and sides are made seperately and then sewn together, while the leaves are added once the pouch is assembled.
(The pattern for the pink and blue tissue holder will be released soon.)
Make front and back as follows with Hot Red.
The tissue holder is worked in rows. End each row with a turning chain.
Foundation: 12 ch
Row 1: dc in second ch from hook. Dc along. (11dc)
Row 2 -23: dc along (11).
Fasten off and sew the “seeds” in place using the yellow cotton.
Use Hot Red.
Foundation: Ch 55.
Row 1: Tr in 3rd ch from hook. Dc across. (53)
With Hot Red whip stitch the sides to the front and back.
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Use Kiwi. Starting in a corner of the top of the pouch, dc in every stitch also working 2 dc into the sides of the pouch. Make 2 rounds of dc in Kiwi.
Make 6 and use Kiwi.
Foundation: 11 chain.
Round 1: In second ch from hook dc. Then 2htr, 2tr, 2dtr, tr, htr, dc, [3dc], (you are now working down the other side of the leaf into the back of the chains), dc, htr, tr, 2dtr, 2tr, 2htr, 1 dc. Fasten off.
Then sew the leaves into place on the front and back of the pouch.
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