PB AND J Crochet Wallet

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Introduction: PB AND J Crochet Wallet

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Step 1: What You Need

Tan yarn
Red yarn
Orangish- brownish yarn
Crochet hook
Yarn needle

Step 2: Pattern

Bread slices

Chain 15
Rows 1-20 single crochet
Make 2

Jelly slice

Chain 15
Rows 1-20 single crochet
Make 1

Peanut butter slice

Chain 15
Rows 1-20 single crochet
Make 1

Step 3: Yarn Needle Saves the Day

Stack all four layers. Then, Use yarn needle to stitch around the edges of the PB and j do not stitch one side and close off

Now you have a four compartment wallet!

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    8 Discussions

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    Cloud9-Crafter
    Cloud9-Crafter

    3 years ago

    This is hilarious!I'm going to make this whether I like PB&J or not!And thank you for the awesome craft!

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    GeekCrafterGirlz432
    GeekCrafterGirlz432

    3 years ago

    Thanks so much blackberry! I need all the help I can get:)

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    GeekCrafterGirlz432
    GeekCrafterGirlz432

    3 years ago

    Thanks so much BlackberryPir I appreciate it so much! I do have other contest entry's if you want... Anyway, i look forward o seeing your future inatructables

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    BlackberryPie
    BlackberryPie

    3 years ago

    Totally voting for you! Thanks for all your support on my instructables too!

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    parisusa
    parisusa

    3 years ago

    Sorry! My cut/paste messed up! Very cute idea! I don't know how to crochet. This is a great beginner project or for kids. And a great gift idea!

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    parisusa
    parisusa

    3 years ago

    Hi, can't wait try this. Have been a long time beginner knitter for 8 years. Learning continental by myself. I have to learn "yarn over"!