Free Trinket Box Crochet Pattern made with Indian Brushstroke Sari Silk

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Free Trinket Box Crochet Pattern made with Indian Brushstrokes Sari Silk

I have fallen in love with trinket boxes lately. Not only are they great for keeping small things organized, they are cute and easy. Trinket boxes also make great gifts – who doesn’t have trinkets that need to be stored?

The Gorgeous Indian Brushstroke Sari Silk from Darn Good Yarn worked perfectly to create the trinket box. How the Sari Silk ribbon yarn is made is impressive. The Sari Silk I used was made in India. The ribbon is hand crafted from reclaimed fabric, and empowers women in poor countries to support themselves and their families.
Find out more about this unique, beautiful ribbon by watching this short video.

Free Trinket Box Crochet Pattern made with Indian Brushstroke Sari Silk

Skill Level: Easy/Beginner
Yarn: Indian Brushstroke Sari Silk from DarnGoodYarn.com
Hook: 6.5mm
(Yarn calls for a 15mm hook however to make the sari silk strong enough to stand on it’s own I used a smaller hook. )

sc = single crochet
slst = slip stitch
st = stitch
ss = same space

Bottom
Row 1. Magic circle with 6 sc
Row 2. 2 sc in each sc, slst into first st
Row 3. ch 2, *2 sc ss, sc 1,* repeat from * to * slst into ch 2
Row 4. ch 2, *2 sc ss, sc 2,* repeat from * to * slst into ch 2
Row 5. ch 2, *In back loops only 1 sc* repeat from * to * slst into ch 2
Row 6 – 10. ch 2 *1 sc* repeat from * to * slst into ch 2
At the end of the 10th row fasten off and weave end.

(For the Beginners. Row 3 means: 2 single crochet in the same space, then 1 single crochet in the next space, then in the next space single crochet 2 in the same space, than 1 single crochet in the next space – continue that pattern around to the end.
For Row 4, 2 single crochet in the same space, then 1 single crochet in the next space, then 1 single crochet in the next space, then in the next space single crochet 2 in the same space, than 1 single crochet in the next space, then 1 single crochet in the next space – continue that pattern around to the end.)

Top
Row 1. Magic circle with 6 sc
Row 2. 2 sc in each sc, slst into first st
Row 3. ch 2, *2 sc ss, sc 1,* repeat from * to * slst into ch 2
Row 4. ch 2, *2 sc ss, sc 2,* repeat from * to * slst into ch 2
Row 5. ch 2, *2 sc ss, sc 3,* repeat from * to * slst into ch 2
Row 6. ch 2, *In back loops only 1 sc* repeat from * to * slst into ch 2, fasten off weave end

And you’re done!

Free Trinket Box Crochet Pattern made with Indian Brushstrokes Sari Silk

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