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Crochet Chapstick Holder | Free Pattern

This simple crochet chapstick holder is one of the most functionable things I’ve ever made and one of my most favorite designs. Using cotton yarn and a smaller hook to maintain a tight gauge, it will last forever and keep your chapstick safe. I encourage you to make one for all your friends! I hope you enjoy this pattern ;)



Materials:

  • 15 yards of WeCrochet Dishie or any other worsted weight cotton yarn

  • Size E (3.5 mm) crochet hook

  • One key ring

  • Scissors

  • Yarn needle

  • Ruler to check gauge

Gauge:

In order to ensure that the Chapstick tube fits snuggle into its holder, I suggest achieving the recommended gauge.


6 sts and 6 rows = 1 inch in single crochet

Pattern Notes:

  • Follow the video tutorial here: https://youtu.be/l_u6vXGx5Sk

  • Find the yarn used for the sample here!

  • Because of how small this holder is, I recommend weaving in the starting tail within the first couple of rounds, instead of waiting till the end of the project.

  • This holder is worked in a spiral, do not slip stitch unless directed to.

  • To attach the key ring: after you make the chain, slide the key ring through the chapstick holder from bottom to top, and onto the chain.

Abbreviations:

ch: chain

sc: single crochet

ss: slip stitch

ea: each

f/o: finish off

st(s): stitch(es)


Pattern:

Make a magic ring


Beginner Modification: make a slip knot and ch 2, then work the Round 1 instructions into the second ch from the hook


Round 1: sc 5 into the magic ring/chain (5 sts)


Round 2: sc 2 in ea st around (10 sts)


Rounds 3-12: sc in ea st around (10 sts)


Round 13: ss in next st, ch 5, and slide the key ring onto the chain (see pattern notes or tutorial). ss into the next st


f/o and weave in your ends. Enjoy your new chapstick holder!


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Until next time,

Amy Kate

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