Tooth Fairy Bag

Tooth fairy bag crochet pattern
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Tooth fairy bag crochet pattern

Thanks for checking out my Tooth fairy bag crochet pattern. As soon as my eldest child’s tooth started wobbling I decided I wanted to make her something special and sentimental for her next visit from the tooth fairy. She was overjoyed, and luckily I had my yarn delivery just in time to finish the bag on the big day.

Tooth fairy bag description

The Tooth fairy bag is a super cute little keep-sake that can be left out for the tooth fairy. The bag will stand up on its own on a shelf or can be hung up. The tooth fairy bag measures 10cm wide and 14cm tall, including the handle. It is big enough to hold coins or notes. Also, the tight stitches leaves no gaps so teeth cannot get lost in any holes. The crochet tooth has a cute little tutu, crown and wings.

How it’s made

The tooth fairy bag crochet pattern is easy skill level. You will need to know all your basic crochet stiches to complete the pattern. The bag is mostly made in one piece and there’s minimal sewing involved. You’ll also need to have an understanding of tapestry for the face. You could of course use safety eyes for a simpler alternative. To make the tooth fairy bag I used DK (weight 3) yarn. I used a 3.5mm crochet hook. The crochet bag uses approximately 15g (42m/46yd) of yarn.

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Tooth fairy bag crochet pattern

This free crochet pattern will help you create a tooth fairy bag. However, you can purchase your very own copy of the crochet pattern in a advert free, printable pdf file from my Etsy or Ravelry store.

Crochet pattern info

Hook sizes

3.5mm crochet hook

Yarn

DK (weight 3) yarn

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I used approximately 15g (42m/46yd) King Cole pricewise DK in the following colours:

A – White

B – Pink

C – Blue

D – Silver

E – Black

Yarn used for tooth fairy bag crochet pattern

Terminology

USA

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Abbreviations

ch – chain

sl st – slip stich

st / sts – stitch / stitches

BLO – back loop only

FLO – front loop only

sc – single crochet

hdc – half double crochet

dc – double crochet

tr – treble crochet

sc2tog – Decrease (single crochet 2 together)

2sc / 2hdc / 2tr – increase (2 stitches in 1 space)

3dc – increase (3 double crochet in 1 space)

BO – Bobble stitch

Gauge / tension

Gauge is important as everyone crochets with a different tension. Therefore, if your 2” swatch doesn’t match up you can change your hook size to suit your tension.

2” x 2” = 12 rows of 11 sc

Finished size

10cm wide x 14cm high (including handle)

Pattern notes

I do not count chains or finishing slip stitches in my stitch count. Numbers in brackets are the number of rows/stitches.

Supplies

You will need the following supplies to complete the crochet project (links will take you directly to my recommended supplies) 

– Crochet hooks 

– Tapestry needle

– DK Yarn

– Scissors

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Tooth (Make 2)

Row 1

• Use yarn colour A white

• ch x 14 then start in 2nd ch from hook

• sc x 13

• ch 1 & turn

(13 sts)

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Rows 2 – 6

• sc x 13

• ch 1 & turn

(5 rows of 13 sts)

Row 7

• blo sc x 13

• ch 1 & turn

(13 sts)

Row 8

• sc2tog, sc x 9, sc2tog

• ch 1 & turn

(11 sts)

Row 9

• sc x 11

• ch 1 & turn

(11 sts)

Rows 10 – 11

• sc x 5

• ch 1 & turn

(2 rows of 5 sts)

Row 12

• sc2tog, sc, sc2tog

• ch 1 & turn

(3 sts)

Rows 13 – 14

• sc x 3

• ch 1 & turn

(2 rows of 3 sts)

Row 15

• sc, 2tr, sc

• ch 1 & turn to raw edge

(4 sts)

Row 16

• sc x 15 (1 in the end of each row)

• ch 1 & turn to row 1

(15 sts)

Row 17

• Work following stitches into row 1 chains

• 2hdc, dc, 2tr, dc, hdc, sc, sl st, sc, hdc, dc, 2tr, dc, 2hdc

• ch 1 & turn to raw edge

(17 sts)

Row 18

• sc x 9 (1 in the end of each row)

• ch 1 & turn to row 9

(9 sts)

Rows 19 – 24

• Repeat rows 10 – 15 for 2nd ‘leg’

• ch 1 & turn to raw edge

(6 rows)

Row 25

• sc x 6 (1 in the end of each row)

• sl st to next stitch, fasten off

(6 sts)

Row 26

• Attach yarn to the end of the final raw edge

• sc x 6, sl st, sc x 6

• sl st to next st, fasten off & weave in ends

(13 sts)

Bag Assembly & handle

Joining the bag

• Put both pieces together with the visible front loops from row 7 on the outside

• Attach yarn through both pieces at row 16 (top left corners)

• sl st x 47 through both pieces

• ch x 40 for handle

• sl st into 1st st of join on opposite side

• Fasten off & weave in ends

(47 sts)

Tutu

Row 1

• Use yarn colour B (pink) & attach yarn to the last front loop on row 7

• flo sc x 13, ch x 3

• flo sc x 13 on opposite side, ch x 3

• sl st to 1st stitch, ch 1 & turn

(26 sts)

Row 2

• dc x 9 into ch space

• 3dc x 13

• dc x 9 into ch space

• 3dc x 13

• sl st to 1st stitch, fasten off & weave in ends

(96 sts)

Wings

Row 1

• Use yarn colour C (blue)

• ch x 22 then start in 2nd ch from hook

• sc, hdc, dc x 2, tr x 2, dc x 2, hdc, sc, sl st, sc, hdc, dc x 2, tr x 2, dc x 2, hdc, sc

• ch 1 and turn to opposite side, then repeat the above stitches

• sl st to 1st stitch & fasten off

• Sew the wings to the top of the tooth & weave in ends

(26 sts)

Crown

Row 1

• Use yarn colour D (silver) & attach yarn to the stitch at top right corner

• sc x 3, 2sc

• ch 1 & turn

(5 sts)

Row 2

• sc x 5

• ch 1 & turn

(5 sts)

Row 3

• sc, ch 2, sc in 1st stitch

• sl st in 2nd stitch

• sc, ch 2, sc in 3rd stitch

• sl st in 4th stitch

• sc, ch 2, sc in 5th stitch

• fasten off & weave in ends

(8 sts)

Face

• Use yarn colour E (black)

• Make some tapestry eyes and mouth to complete your tooth fairy.

Tooth fairy bag crochet pattern

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