Small Crochet Carrot Pouch Bag Free Pattern

Hi everyone,
This is a small carrot pouch that works up fairly fast with just 11 rows.
If you prefer a longer pouch I do have another pattern here.

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worsted weight yarn in orange and green
4mm hook
yarn needle for weaving in ends

st = stitch
hdc = half double crochet
dc = double crochet
sl st = slip stitch
f/o = finish off

Magic ring:
Many parts of this amigurumi begin with a magic ring. I have 2 short video tutorials that will show you 2 different methods of making a magic ring. Use the one that is easiest for you. View 1st method here and 2nd method here.

How to read the rows:
Add a maker at the end of row 2 and move that marker each time you finish a row. Each row has a sequence. Example: 1hdc then 2hdc in next st means repeat that sequence 1hdc then 2hdc in next st followed by 1hdc then 2hdc in next st over and over to the end of that row. When you land on the marker you should be putting in 2hdc. The number inside the parentheses ( ~ ) is the number of stitches you should have at the end of that particular row.

Starting at the bottom of the pouch with orange:
1) magic loop with 6 single crochet st (6)
2) 1hdc then 2hdc in next st (9)
3) 1hdc in next 2st then 2hdc in next st (12)
4) 1hdc in next 5st then 2hdc in next st (14)
5) 1hdc in next 6st then 2hdc in next st (16)
6) 1hdc in next 3st then 2hdc in next st (20)
7) 1hdc in next 4st then 2hdc in next st (24)
8-10) 1hdc in each st for 3 rows
11) switch to green in first st, ch2 then dc in next 23st (24)
tip knot off the color change yarn tails and work them into the first few dc's to hide them. Hold them along the edge and crochet around them.
sl st the next st and f/o. Weave in yarn tail

Chain to close the pouch, with green:

ch 40. f/o and pull knot tight. Before cutting the excess yarn, thread it through your yarn needle and weave chain in and out of the dc posts. Once it has been weaved through, cut the excess yarn. Leave short yarn tails on both ends.

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