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Crochet Gift Card Holder

Looking for a unique and creative way to present your gift cards? Look no further than the Crochet Gift Card Holder! This charming and handmade accessory adds a personal touch to any gift-giving occasion. Made with love and care, this holder is not only functional but also a beautiful keepsake that the recipient can cherish. The Crochet Gift Card Holder is a delightful alternative to traditional gift card packaging. Handcrafted with intricate crochet stitches, it exudes a sense of warmth and thoughtfulness. The holder features a secure pocket to hold the gift card in place, ensuring that it doesn't get lost or misplaced. The vibrant colors and intricate patterns make it a visually appealing accessory that stands out from the crowd. Whether it's for a birthday, anniversary, or any other special occasion, this unique gift card holder is sure to impress and make the recipient feel truly special. So why settle for ordinary when you can give a gift that is both practical and beautiful?

Materials:

  • Worsted weight (4) yarn – I used I Love This Cotton yarn in Red, Bright Green, and White
  • H/5mm crochet hook
  • 3/4 inch Button

Stitches used in US terms:

  • Chain – ch
  • Single Crochet – sc
  • Half Double Crochet – hdc
  • Slip Stitch – ss

Note: I carried my yarn up when changing colors – less ends to weave in and the project goes much faster.

Chain 11 with Red or Green.

Round 1: sc in 2nd ch from hook. sc in next 8 stitches. Work 3 sc in last stitch. Working on the other side of beginning ch, sc in next 8 stitches. Work 3 sc in last stitch. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Rounds 2-3: ch 1. sc in each stitch around. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Change to White.

Rounds 4-5; ch 1. sc in each stitch around. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Change to Red or Green.

Rounds 6-7: ch 1. sc in each stitch around. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Change to White.

Rounds 8-9: ch 1. sc in each stitch around. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Change to Red or Green.

Rounds 10-11: ch 1. sc in each stitch around. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Change to White.

Rounds 12-13: ch 1. sc in each stitch around. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Change to Red or Green.

Rounds 14-15: ch 1. sc in each stitch around. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Change to White.

Round 16: ch 1. sc in each stitch around. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Round 17: ch 1. sc in next 19 stitches. ch 12 for button loop. sc in next 4 stitches. Join with ss to first sc. (23 stitches)

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Sew on button.

 

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