Toggle Pouch

This pouch can be used for many different things.  If you want to hold change or something small, just don’t make the button hole, and sew on a zipper.  I made mine with a toggle, of course, so I don’t know how it turns out with a zipper, or the length of the zipper required.

Materials:

  • Worsted Weight yarn, any colour
  • 4.0 mm crochet hook
  • 1 1/2″ toggle
  • darning needle
  • tape measure
  • scissors

Dimensions:

4 1/2″x6 1/2″ or the desired length

Directions:

Base rnd:  Ch 40.  Join to form ring.  Sc 40.

Rnd 2:  Sc 40.  [40]

Rnd 3:  Sc 8, ch 4 skipping 4, sc 28.  [40]

Rnd 4:  Sc 40.  [40]

Repeat rnd 4 until bag measures 5″.

Next rnd:  Sc 18, dec.  Place st marker on dec.  Sc 18, dec.  Place st marker on dec.  [38]

Next rnd:  Sc to marker, dec.  Move marker to new dec.  Sc to next marker, dec.  Move marker to new dec.  [36]

Next rnd:  Sc to marker, dec.  Move marker to new dec.  Sc to next marker, dec.  Move marker to new dec.  [34]

Cont working last two rows until you have a 1 1/2″ hole remaining.  Fasten off and sew the opening closed flat.  Weave in tails.

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12 thoughts on “Toggle Pouch

  1. Katy says:

    Whoa, my scanner really changed the colours–it’s red with a chocolate brown bottom!

  2. Isabell says:

    Katy,
    What a cute pattern. I belong to a group that crochets and knits. We have a great time and enjoy our weekly meetings. In one of our meetings, we discussed what abbreviations stood for. TOG came up and instead of the correct meaning of TOGETHER , a few of the ladies thought it meant TOGGLE.
    I need to share this pattern with them.

  3. Jasmine says:

    Hey, excelent, this is hot stuff, i enjoy it allot.Greetings

  4. I’m experiencing a bit of problems studying the conclusion of the clause. The closing paragraph gets split halfway through. You should have a look at that.Nevertheless, the rest of the read was great!

    • Katy says:

      I’ll get on that, thanks, Penelope. I love getting comments! But please don’t put your URL on it, it sends you to my spam category! I would like to have a spam-free blog if I can. Thanks for commenting!

  5. no-name-given says:

    Thank you for your guide!

  6. carriesqk says:

    How about making a flap with the toggle on the base, and the hole or loop on the flap? Would that help keep stuff from falling out?
    Very cute.

  7. NK says:

    Can this be made in a bigger size too?

  8. Rosemary says:

    Is there a way tht I could make this into.a drawstring bag? And how would I be able to do it? Thnx 🙂

    • Katy says:

      hi! Sure you can! Maybe after two or three sc rnds you could dc a round and then go on in sc as usual, and then make a chain to weave through the dc’s later.
      Hope this helps!
      Katy

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