Mini Candle Bag - Advent Calendar - Crochet Pattern
Mini Candle Bag
Use them as gift tags or advent calendar for small treats – the candle bags are always a looker.
Little cards, money or small sweets can be packed and presented in an original way.
Especially for Christmas they are a welcome change to other christmassy motifs.
But they can be used for other occasions just as well: birthday, christening, wedding... there are basically no limits.
The pattern is beginner-friendly and includes many pictures & step-by-step instructions.
Skill Level: easy
Size: The size depends on your gauge, chosen type of yarn and crochet hook size. I'm using Puppets Lyric yarn (8/8, DK/Light-Worsted) from Coats and a 3.5 mm hook.
The bags can be crocheted in any size (width & height).
used Techniques * magic ring * chain * single crochet * extended single crochet (instructions included) * half double crochet * double crochet * triple crochet * slip stitch * increase * crocheting in front loops (instructions included) * crocheting in back loops (instructions included) * crocheting back and forth in rows * crocheting in continuous rounds (rounds are not joined) * basic sewing (sewing on buttons and any additional decorative items) * optional: basic embroidery (i.e. numbers etc)
The pattern is very detailed. Almost every single step/stitch is explained in words and pictures. Special characteristics are explained step-by-step (i.e. the flame). You see, nothing can go wrong! :)
Copyright: 1) The pattern is mine. Do not (re)sell this pattern, including translations to other languages and modifications; do not redistribute, including publishing on the internet. 2) The finished figure/item is yours. :) Feel free to sell the finished products, handmade by yourself (no mass production). I'd love it if you would refer to my pattern/shop when doing so. Thank you! :)
- suitable for beginners
- 3 pages of pattern (bag & flame)
- 2 pages of general pattern (bag)
- 13 pages of step-by-step instructions
- lots and lots of pictures
Materials you need at home:
- yarn (weight doesn't matter, as long as you use the same weight throughout the whole project)
- crochet hook (as recommended for your chosen type of yarn)
- stitch marker (use a paper clip or piece of scrap-yarn)
- tapestry needle/s
- buttons (I used buttons with a diameter of 1 cm)
- optional additional decorative items (i.e. felted forms like hearts, stars, or flowers, small buttons, beads...)
patterns by steph
I'm Stephanie, mother of three and I live with my family in Germany.
I've been crocheting for a while now. My kids got me to it. When there's no merchandising on the market for the current favorit comic figure you just have to make it yourself. That's how my first crocheted figure came to life. And with that my crochet addiction. :)
My patterns are for beginners and advanced crocheters alike. Stuffed with photos and detailed step-by-step instructions (I think you could call them photo-tutorials). I learned crocheting by myself and often found it quite frustrating to get stuck in the middle of a pattern just because some key-information was simply missing (as a beginner pretty much everything is key-information). That's why in my patterns almost everything is explained with words and photos.
I'm currently converting my older patterns into a new layout. Here on Makerist you can find all the patterns that already have the new layout plus all my new creations.
Have fun browsing through my patterns and happy crocheting!
- Steph :)
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