Tooth Fairy Bag – Free Crochet Pattern

A free crochet pattern for a tooth fairy bag for your little one’s teeth! It works up quickly and is the perfect keepsake to remember this precious time in their lives.

Free Crochet Pattern for a Tooth Fairy Bag - the perfect keepsake to remember this precious time!

It’s been a big week in our house! Two teeth – GONE. It’s been an exciting time as her mama to watch the first teeth come out, like when she took her first steps, said her first words. So many  Here is a little something that I made to celebrate. I just love the sparkle in this yarn! The picture definitely doesn’t do it justice.

Check out the sparkle in this yarn!

My oldest daughter, Nonny, lost two teeth last week.  My husband and I sat her down and talked about the value teeth. We also mentioned that the first teeth are the most valuable. She learned that she could trade them for anything if she placed them under her pillow while she slept. All she had to do was give us her wish and we would make it happen. She chose ice cream! (Kind of hard to put ice cream under someone’s pillow.) Since she was going to be putting 2 teeth under her pillow she needed something to keep them together so that she wouldn’t lose them. I decided to make a little bag for her teeth. It took maybe 10 minutes total to make it.

It is a very simple pattern. No need to learn any special stitches, the hardest part is the decreases and increases.

Crochet Tooth Fairy Bag - Free Pattern!

Little Tooth Bag – Free Crochet Pattern by Stacey Williams

Materials:

  • Cascade Sunseeker (Main color and white)
  • Yarn Needle
  • Size 4.0 mm hook

Abbreviations:

  • Ch- Chain
  • Sl st- Slip Stitch
  • Sc- Single Crochet
  • Sc2Tog- Single Crochet 2 Together
  • Hdc- Half Double Crochet

Bag

  1. Ch 3, sl st in the beginning chain, ch 2, 7 hdc into the circle, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  2. Ch 2, hdc into the same space, 2 hdc into each stitch, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  3. Ch 2, 2 hdc into the next stitch, “hdc into the next stitch, 2 hdc into the next stitch” Repeat “” to the end, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  4. Ch 2, hdc into the next stitch, 2 hdc into the next stitch, “hdc into the next 2 stitches, 2 hdc into the next stitch” Repeat “” to the end, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  5. Ch 2, hdc into the next 2 stitches, 2 hdc into the next stitch, “hdc into the next 3 stitches, 2 hdc into the next stitch” Repeat “” to the end, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  6. Ch 2, hdc into the next 3 stitches, 2 hdc into the next stitch, “hdc into the next 4 stitches, 2 hdc into the next stitch” Repeat “” to the end, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  7. Ch 2, hdc into each stitch, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  8. Repeat row 7 [4 more times]
  9. Ch 3, “skip 1 stitch, hdc into the next stitch, ch 1” Repeat “” to the end, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  10. Ch 2, hdc into each space, join with a sl st in the ch 2, turn.
  11. Ch 2, hdc into the same space, 2 hdc into each stitch, join with a sl st in the ch 2, tie off.
  12. Weave in the ends.

Cut a piece of yarn and thread it through row 9. Use this to keep the bag closed.

 

Tooth Applique

  1. Ch 7, sc into the 2nd chain from the hook, sc into each chain, turn.
  2. Ch 1, 2 sc into the next stitch, sc into the next 4 stitches, 2 sc into the next stitch, turn.
  3. Ch 1, sc into each stitch, turn.
  4. Ch 1, sc into each stitch, turn.
  5. Ch 1, sc into the next 4 stitches, turn.
  6. Ch 1, sc2tog, sc into the next 2 stitches, turn.
  7. Ch 1, sc into the next stitch, sc2tog, turn.
  8. Ch 1, sc2tog, tie off.
  9. Join on the opposite end of row 4.
  10. Ch 1, sc into the next 4 stitches, turn.
  11. Ch 1, sc2tog, sc into the next 2 stitches, turn.
  12. Ch 1, sc into the next stitch, sc2tog, turn.
  13. Ch 1, sc2tog, ch 1, sc around the entire applique. Leave a tail for sewing.

Sew onto bag using a needle and the yarn tail that was left on the applique.

 

Done.  I hope you enjoy it! Merry Crocheting!

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About Stacey Williams

Stacey is a stay at home wife and mother. She has always loved crafting and cooking. She started her blog, Busting Stitches, in 2012. She blogs about crochet, crafts, d.i.y., and recipes. She also talks about her life with Crohn's, aromatherapy, natural living, and becoming a herbalist.

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