Make Your Own Handy Crochet Card Holder!

The Adventure of My First Design

The journey to penning down the pattern for my initial design was far from the cakewalk I had imagined. Despite its deceptively simple design, which I had whipped up effortlessly at first, recreating it was a different ball game. Several hours later, after numerous attempts, I settled on a version I was satisfied with. This experience reinforced the importance of jotting down every minute detail – from each stitch, hook size to the type of yarn used. Believe me, no step is too trivial to be overlooked, and yes, you will forget!

Presenting the K-Card Holder

Moving on to the card holder, my premiere crochet design, it remains an integral part of my daily essentials. This nifty card holder easily slips into your pocket, with room for a banknote as well – perfect for individuals who prefer traveling light like me. I’ve recreated it in a beautiful shade of gold, adding a touch of elegance to its practicality.

The Pattern

Skill leveleasy
Materials needed-2 Stitchmarkers
-Small amount of fine yarn
Yarn usedYarn and colours Must-have, Golden glow 011
Crochet hook3 mm hook Clover amour
Measurements finished holder9,5 cm x 5,8 cm

US terms and abbreviations with UK in brackets

chchain
scsingle crochet (UK double crochet)
slstslip stitch
ststitch

 

Ch15
Sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc in the next 12 ch, 2 sc in last ch, continue on other side of the ch, sc 13 in the bottom loops. Don’t finish the round with a slst.
You will continue to crochet in the round until the holder measures 8,5 cm.
Mark the middle 4 sc with the two stitch markers.
*Sc until you’ve reached the first stitch marker. Ch 1 and turn. Sc until you’ve reached the second stitch marker. Ch1, turn, Rep from *
Ch1, slst around.
Fasten off and weave in ends.

Congratulations!

You’ve just made a handy card holder that you’ll use every day. Please follow me on Instagram and share a photo of your work using #kcardholder and #knotsosquare That would make me happy!

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