This simple crochet Baymax pouch is my first try to make a pattern. It is super easy and uses only the simplest kinds of stitches in crochet. It was inspired by one of my favorite fiber artist, Sarah’s @repeatcrafterme’s Frankenstein Candy Pouch. I just thought Einstein is seasonal, so I think of a character that is cute like him, but can be used all year through without getting off-season.
A pouch is something very useful. It can hold a lot of things from smaller sizes to bigger ones. Well, of course depending on the size of your pouch. I wanted a pouch to hold my coins and some hair-ties and I like Baymax, so why not put them together – Baymax Pouch?
It very simple and can be done in just one sitting. Took me about 30 minutes or less to do this one. You can sew in a zipper to have it as a closure, but I used just a string weave in it to make it a drawstring. I just love how simple to mae and cute it turned out. And I hope you all do too!
I am new to making written patterns so please let me know if there’s a part in it that you don’t understand and I will be willing to help you with it.
Few things we will need to make this:
- A white yarn for the pouch body
- A black yarn for the eyes
- You will also need a tapestry needle for sewing the eyes and weaving the string
- And some extra white yarn for the string
- I used 4mm hook and 4ply acrylic yarns in white and black for this project
This pattern is crocheting in the rounds, so mark your stitches on the start of every round.
Crochet terms used:
- CH – chain
- DC – Double Crochet
- SC – Single Crochet
- ST – Stitch/es
- SL ST – Slip stitch
- MR – Magic Ring
PATTERN for the BAYMAX POUCH:
- With white yarn CH 19.
- SC from the 2nd CH, on the last ST make 4 SC
- Work on the other side of the CH and SC on each ST, leave the last ST (42 STs)
- Make 4 SC on the last ST. Use a stitch marker to mark the beginning of the next step.
Working in rounds.
- Round (2 – 19) – SC around (42 STs, 18 rounds)
- Round 20 – CH 2, DC around, SL ST to 2nd Chain
- Round 21 – CH 1, SC around, cut and hide the tails.
For the eyes: (make 2)
- With black make a MR, CH1, then SC 8 in the ring
- (SC, 2SC) around, 4x
- Leave long end for sewing
Putting them all together:
Sew your extra long string in and out the middle space of each DC row in your pouch. I used 2 strands of strings to make it sturdy. This will be your drawstring.
Sew the eyes on the front around the upper line of the 8th row with 3 to 4 stitches apart. Do not forget the line on the middle! 😉
Your Baymax Pouch is now finished!
Try to make the inner stitches as clean as you can. Or you can also sew in an inner layer with scrap fabric.
There it is! The very simple Baymax pouch! I hope you enjoyed reading and making!
NOTE to readers: You can make and sell your handmade products from my patterns, but if you do, please link back to my post. Also, please do not copy and post this same exact pattern and claim it as your own. Do not re-publish pictures as your own. We also accept orders for commission amigurumi and other crochet items. Just send us a message through any of our social media for quotation and other inquiries.
Should you make and try this pattern, please don’t forget to tag me @koolitskee on Instagram. I would love to see all your creations. Thank you!
For further questions on this design, you can reach me through my social media at the right side of this page. And please follow me on Instagram @koolitskee for more of my new designs and updates. Thank you again and see you on my next post!
If you found this article helpful, please do share, and you’ll make me smile forever! Thank you so much!