A sweet and feminine tulip wrist purse, designed to keep loose coins or girlie
knick-knack’s in. Made in close stitch with instructions of when to change color etc.
I have made the samples in light worsted weight yarn using a 4.00mm hook, but
you can make it bigger with a thicker yarn and larger hook.
Hope you have fun and enjoy it.
Tulip Wrist Purse CNC47
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RS. Right Side
sc. Single Crochet
hdc. Half Double Crochet
dc. Double Crochet
sl st. Slip Stitch
yo. Yarn Over
DNT. Do Not Turn.
vst. (1dc, ch1, 1dc) in same stitch or space.
dc3tog. Leaving last loop of each dc on hook, work 3dc in ch1 space, yo, pull
through all 4 loops.
Base of ch. Work in first stitch
Approx size: 3 Inch Diameter (base) x 6 Inch High
I have used:-
25 grams of Stylecraft Special DK in color 1
Small amounts of Stylecraft Special DK in color 2 & 3
OR an equivalent yarn would be:-
1oz of Worsted Weight #3 in color 1
Small amounts of Worsted Weight #3 in color 2 & 3
4.00mm crochet hook
GAUGE – 5hdc & 4 rows measures approx 1 inch
With 4.00mm hook and color 1, ch4, sl st to first ch to form a ring, ch1, (RS) work
11hdc in ring, sl st to first hdc. Turn. (11hdc)
Round 2 – ch1, 2hdc in base of ch1, 2hdc in each hdc to end, sl st to first hdc on
beginning of round. Turn. (22hdc)
Round 3 – ch1, 2hdc in base of ch1, 1hdc in next hdc, * 2hdc in next hdc, 1hdc in next hdc, * rpt from * to * to end, sl st to first hdc on beginning of round. Turn. (33hdc)
Round 4 – ch1, 2hdc in base of ch1, 1hdc in each of next 2hdc, * 2hdc in next hdc,
1hdc in each of next 2hdc, * rpt from * to * to end, sl st to first hdc on beginning of
round. Turn. (44hdc)
Round 5 – Working in back loop of stitch only, ch1, 1hdc in base of ch1, 1hdc in each
hdc to end, sl st to first hdc on beginning of round. Turn.
Working through both loops of stitch from now on, rpt Round 5 three more times.
Round 9 – (Leaves) Join in color 2, ch4, 1dc in base of ch4, * skip 1hdc, vst (see abbrev)
in next hdc, * rpt from * to * to last hdc, skip hdc, sl st to 3rd of ch4 on beginning
of round. Fasten off. DNT.
Round 10 – (Flower) Join in color 3 to first ch1 space, ch2, dc3tog (see abbrev) in
same space, * ch1, dc3tog in next ch1 space, * rpt from * to * to end, ch1, skip ch2,
sl st to first dc3tog on beginning of round. Fasten off. Turn.
Round 11 – Join in color 1 ch1, 1hdc in base of ch1, * 1hdc in next ch1 space, 1hdc
in next dc3tog, * rpt from * to * to last ch1 space, 1hdc in space, sl st to first hdc on
beginning of round. Turn. (44hdc)
Round 12 – ch1, 1hdc in base of ch1, 1hdc in each hdc to end, sl st to first hdc on
beginning of round. Turn.
Rpt Round 12 eight more times Fasten off.
Chain Tie – With color 1 ch60. Fasten off.
Wrist Strap – Using color 1 ch50, sl st to first ch to form a circle, ch1, 1sc in each ch
to end, sl st to first sc on beginning of row. Do Not Fasten off.
Slip stitch strap to inside of purse approx 2 rows from the top. Fasten off.
Pom-Poms – Using color 3 make 2 small pom-poms. I used the
clover pom-pom maker size 20
Finishing – Sew in and tie off any loose ends of yarn, thread chain tie through alternate
hdc’s (approx 3 rows from the top), sew a pom-pom to each tie, pull to close purse
and tie in a bow.
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