This mini crochet purse forgirls added a model from the previous master class - knitted in the form of the same berry - watermelon. It fits in exactly the same way as the valve of the handbag, so here I will give a short description of the rows and the scheme, of course.
To make a wallet, I needed:
acrylic yarn (300 m - 100 g) red, white,green flowers; 2.5 mm crochet hook; short red zip fastener; a piece of black felt for decoration; red, black and green sewing threads; sewing needle; scissors.
Crochet wallet for girls "Watermelon": description of work
To create this original wallet you needtie a semicircle. We start knitting from red yarn. 1 row. Around amigurumi ring: 2 cf. for lifting and 4 tbsp. with a crochet. Thread pull up, removing the ring. Every next row we start with two airlift loops and double crochets in the same loop! All rows are knitted with double crochets. Below is the principle of addition. For those who need more detail, we suggest clicking on the link above (to the handbag) and going step by step through knitting the valve. 2 row. 2 vp lifting and art. double crochet in the same loop, in the remaining loops - 2 tbsp. double crochet (i.e. double each column of the previous row). 3 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet every second column of the previous row. 4 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every third column of the previous row. 5 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every fourth column of the previous row. 6 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every fifth column of the previous row. 7 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every sixth column of the previous row. 8 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every seventh column of the previous row. 9 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every eighth column of the previous row. 10 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every ninth column of the previous row. 11 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every tenth column of the previous row. 12 row. 2 tbsp. double crochet in every eleventh column of the previous row. Next, we knit the straight part of the semicircle with columns without nakida. 13 row. From white yarn, we tie up the semicircular part with double crochets, doubling every twelfth column of the previous row. Thread trimmed. Cut black stones out of felt, shaped like watermelon. Thick felt (like mine) is spreading out on such small details, thin should look neater. Plus thick felt - in bulk. We fold a piece of watermelon in half and only then sew the bones. First, to one facial half, then to the second. So the quarter will look symmetrical. We fold the lobule in half again and pass through the convex part of the "dark shrimp" of dark green yarn. After that, I tucked inside all the yarn tails and gently sewed them, turning the crocheted wallet for the girl inside out. We sew a lightning. It is unlikely that you will find such a short zipper as you need for a wallet, so just cut off any red zipper to the length we need plus a half centimeter. The tip of the zipper is cut off with a corner, as shown in the photo, and with red thread we tack. It will go inside, but still it is better to insure and securely connect the parts of the lightning with each other. It remains to sew a zipper thread of red, so that it was not noticeable on the knitted side. You can make a wallet and more: To do this, connect two “watermelon” semicircles, connect them with “stride step” and sew a longer zipper. Crochet wallet for girls ready. We hope our master class with a description and layout was clear and inspired you to create small beautiful things for our kids. Enjoy your creativity. Eva Casio specifically for the site Workshops on needlework Previous article: Next article: