Sock to Sack Pouch
The “Sock to Sack” is an adorable little pouch that you can quickly DIY using old socks! This environmental project works with mismatched socks, socks with holes, or sentimental memorial socks. This is a fast and easy craft that beginners can make with confidence because the pattern comes with a lot of photo references and a full video tutorial. This whimsical bag features a button attachment and can be made with or without a strap. The length of the strap is easily adjustable.
The Sock to Sack makes a great purse for toddlers and kids, or a regular coin purse for older children and adults. It’s a fun, eco-friendly way to reuse and upcycle unwanted socks instead of discarding them. Since it works up so quickly, it also makes an awesome last-minute gift.
Depends on sock size
★☆☆☆☆ Beginner/Easy. Requires familiarity with stitches used (below).
Stitches/Terms (US Terms):
FO = fasten off
ch = chain
sl st = slip stitch
sc = single crochet
Old (but clean) sock that does not have any holes in the leg portion (holes in heel and toe are fine)
Fingering or light weight yarn
(I used: Hobbii Friends Cotton 8/4, a fingering weight yarn)
Crochet hook that is small enough to poke through the sock fabric
(I used: 2.25mm hook)