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Bloody Gift Bag Tunisian Crochet Pattern

What really makes this pattern scream is the killer colorway, Bloody Valentine, by Mace of Skeins.

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Perfect for holding small gifts, crochet hooks, and coffee beans.

Welcome Ghouls!

This pattern has been requested from me since Hexmas season last year. Tons of you Ghouls shouted, demanded and sent many DMs my way. Well, all of the intensity has paid off because I FINALLY give you the Tunisian Crochet Bloody Gift Bag Pattern!

This is a beginner pattern that won't bore you to tears but will leave you with a KILLER finished object in a very short amount of time.

The hook I'm using is a 5.5mm Furls Tunisian Crochet Hook in Kingsnake. Since this is a small, bite sized project, I was able to comfortably fit it on the hook with no issues. Not to mention these are hands down my FAVORITE Tunisian Crochet Hooks to date and I bust them out as often as I can!

This is also a collaboration with the incredible Macy of Mace of Skeins! I was lucky enough to snag some of her stunning hand dyed yarn to create this bag. One of the many things I love about the yarn is that the colors are so intensely rich and vibrant. When you close your eyes and think Bloody Valentine, THIS is the exact color combo that comes to mind.

We also have our very own collab logo!

What do you think? I fell in lust with it instantly! Soooooo we had to make a few tees and some coffee mugs.

Check out the whole line HERE! It's extremely limited edition and will only be available for our collab so if you love something, snag it sooner than later.

You can (and totally should if you haven't) stalk all things Mace of Skeins here:

She even popped into the Yarn Dungeon for a LIVE meet up to chat all about her yarn and just life in general. Honestly, when we get together just try to stop us from talking or put a time limit on our LIVE. Spoiler alert, never gonna happen:) You can catch the replay of our hang out here!

Lastly, click on the video below for the full tutorial.

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Bloody Gift Bag Tunisian Crochet Pattern


  • 1 Skein Bloody Valentine by Mace of Skeins

  • 5.5mm Tunisian Crochet Hook

  • Yarn Needle

  • Scissors

  • Patch

  • Faux Leather Cording



  • Height: 4 Inches

  • Length: 10 Inches


  • YO: Yarn Over

  • RTN: Return Pass

  • CH: Chain

  • TSS: Tunisian Simple Stitch


  1. Attach yarn on to hook and ch 26

  2. Insert hook in 2nd ch from hook and pull up loop, pull up 1 loop in each ch across

Return Pass (RTN): Yo draw through 1 loop, *yo, draw through 2 loops*, repeat from * to * until 1 loop remains on the hook


  1. Forward Pass: Work 1 Tunisian Simple Stitch (TSS), insert hook into 2nd front vertical bar, pull up loop, *insert hook into next front vertical bar and pull up loop* repeat from * to * across and end with edge stitch

  2. Work RTN

ROW 3-32

  1. Repeat row #2


  1. Fold the bag with short sides touching, cut the working yarn leaving 6 inches. Attach the yarn onto yarn needle and use the mattress st to close the side and bottom.

  2. Using the faux leather cording, attach onto yarn needle, starting at the middle front of the bag, weave the cord in between the top row of stitches. Once around the bag, pull the strand through the same loop as started in the front middle. Remove yarn needle, pull the bag closed and tie a bow to close.

  3. Attach the patch with fabric glue, place a heavy object on top of the patch overnight and allow to adhere to the yarn.

Congrats on your brand new Bloody Gift Bag! Don't forget to show it off on all the socials and use #altknost so the whole Ghoul Squad and peep it.

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