Marled Crochet Clutch Pattern
Marled Crochet Clutch Pattern
Marled Crochet Clutch Pattern
Marled Crochet Clutch Pattern
Marled Crochet Clutch Pattern
Marled Crochet Clutch Pattern

Marled Crochet Clutch Pattern

$ 5.00

Silky, sleek and marled to perfection, this clutch will become your favorite accessory. Stunning with heels and a pair of jeans, or just right with your favorite white sundress, this easy-to-make clutch will be so fab, you’ll want one in every color. The chained slip-stitch finish adds a great finish.

This simple crochet clutch came to me one day when I was playing with left over embroidery thread. What would happen if I crocheted these beautiful variegated l blues all at the same time. I think the result is stunning.  I adore the marled fabric and the classic style of the white slip stitch finish. The pearl cotton gives the clutch an elegant silky sheen that makes it at home with the dressiest of outfits, and the range of blues means its perfect for your favorite pair of jeans.

Skill level: Beginner

Techniques: Single Crochet and Slip Stitch

Materials: 

  • 360 yards (329m) of Size 8 pearl cotton embroidery thread in each of three colors (120 yards each)
  • 135 yards (110m) of size 10 bamboo crochet thread in ecru

Tools: Size 0 (2.25mm) steel crochet hook

Size: 7.5” (19 m) x 4” (10 m)

Thread used: 

  • 2 balls Size 8 Valdani Pearl Cotton Embroidery Thread in JP12 Seaside (Muddy Monet Collection), 73 yds (67m), 0.35 oz (10g), 100% pearl cotton 
  • 2 balls Size 8 Valdani Pearl Cotton Embroidery Thread in O578 Primitive Blue, 73 yds (67m), 0.35 oz (10g), 100% pearl cotton 
  • 2 balls size 8 Valdani Pearl Cotton Embroidery Thread in JP11 Heavenly Hue (Muddy Monet Collection), 73 yds (67m), 0.35 oz (10g), 100% pearl cotton
  • 1 ball size 10 Aunt Lydia’s Bamboo Crochet Thread in Ecru, 300 yds (274.3m), 2 oz, (57g), 100% Rayon from Bamboo
  • Combine and hold 4 strands together for this project, one of each color.

Though you can buy these embroidery thread colors in sets, you can also find them individually on Etsy.

Abbreviations: 
Ch= chain, Sc= single crochet, St(s)= stitch(es)