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Friday, October 28, 2011

Crochet Hello Kitty purse

Crochet Hello kitty children's purse




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Supplies:
I hook
G hook
F hook
100% white and yellow yarn
Red heart pink, black yarn

Abbreviations:
ch=chain
hdc=half double crochet
sc=single crochet
sl st=slip stitch

Instructions:
I hook
white yarn
Body of the purse, Make 2
row 1. ch 23, hdc in the 2nd chain from the hook and each stitch across, turn,
rows 2- 12. *ch 1, hdc in each stitch across, turn, *repeat until you have 12 rounds
Make two of these and sew the seams together and the bottom together, and leave the top open for the opening of the purse.

Nose:
F hook
yellow yarn
ch 2, Work10 sc in the 2nd chain from the hook. sl st, attach to the center of the purse.

Whiskers:
black yarn
Place 3 pieces of yarn on the side each eye, about 1 inch long a piece, tie in the inside of the purse.

Eyes:
F hook
black yarn
make 2
ch 2, Work 10sc in the 2nd chain from the hook to form a ring, sl st, attach below the ears, about 1 1/2 inch apart.

Ears:
G hook
white yarn
Make 2 ears
rnd 1. ch 2, single crochet in the 2nd chain from the hook, do single crochet 9 more times to form a ring. sl st.(10sts.)
rnd 2. 2sc in each stitch across, sl st. (20 sts.)
rnd 3. *sc in the next stitch, 2sc in the next stitch, *repeat, sl st (30 sts.)
Make 2 circles, fold it in half, sc around the edge to create a half circle, attach the ears on top of the purse
edge.

Bow:
G hook
pink yarn
rnd 1. ch 12, sc in the 2nd chain from the hook and each stitch across, turn
rnds 2-4. *ch 1, sc in each stitch across in the back loops only, turn, *repeat
sc around the edge, fasten off, weave in the ends. Take yarn and wrap around the center of the bow about 8-10 times to make the center of the bow, Fasten off.

Strap:
G hook
pink yarn
ch 80, sc in the 2nd chain from the hook, and each ch across to the end, sl st. attach the strap to both sides of the purse with sl st and sew on the sides. (optional, you could glue in a fabric in the inside with a glue gun for a finished look.)

12 comments:

Seelenfein... said...

This is super cute, i think i would crochet this purse for my daughter. Thanks for sharing this pattern. =)

angie said...

Beautiful will crochet one for my grandaughter she will love it.
Thank you for the pattern

Anonymous said...

this is a cute bag. I would love to make it for my friends girl but when I start the 2md row it starts to curve. and is row 3-12 ch1 hdc in next hdc?

thanks for sharing this cute bag!

Amy said...

Yes, hdc in each stitch across for rows 2-12, make 2' then sew together

Stephany Nicholson said...

Thank you for sharing this. I made one for my daughter's friend for her birthday. A couple of things I did differently were to sc all the way around in the same pink I used for the strap and bow. Instead of finishing off after I got around I just continued in a chain for the strap, attached to other side, turned and did the sc. I thought it added some more color and made it look a little more finished. Again, thanks for sharing!!

tina bothwell said...

ty for ur super pattern of this hello kitty cuz my nieces want 1 for xmas n there r 3 of them so i got 2 get started 2 2 b ready 2 give them 4 xmas again ty ty ill send a pic when im done if i can

nanny ann said...

I'm a novice can anyone tell me what I j h hooks mean thank you

Amy Lehman said...

Those will be the hook sizes you use for each different feature on the purse, which it tells you what size hook to use

nanny ann said...

I only know the sizes in numbers not letters so the letters confused me thanks

AG said...

Hi,
Thank you for the pattern. For the body of the purse it says rounds. I'm new at this and am wondering if I should be working in rounds or in rows.

Amy Lehman said...

yes rows, I will fix it

DB said...

I love your pattern. It's super easy to follow and that makes it SO much better than some patterns that are very confusing. Thanks for your hard work! My daughter loves it. I actually turned one of the purses into a bunny by making the ears longer and using different colored yarn. =)