Pattern: Fairy Trinket Pouch

I wanted a small drawstring bag to store trinkets in, and I thought, “Hey, I have never made one without a pattern before…” So, I did! It is a great size for jewelry, travel-sized toiletries, or small gifts! It would probably be a great little purse for a little girl, too!

When I decided to post this, I was just going to call it a “Small Drawstring Bag,” but the name “Fairy Pouch” stuck in my head. Maybe it is the moss green color? I don’t know, haha, but there it is. It is a simple pattern and great for beginners!

(The awesome “Wreck it Ralph” bottle cap necklace is from The Monostache! Cute and nerdy stuff aplenty over there!)

Click “Continue Reading” below to find the pattern. Enjoy!

Creatively yours,
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πŸ’– Please do not sell or reproduce this pattern or the finished product! Thank you! πŸ’–

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Disneybounding!

A few years back, I stumbled across a blog called Disneybound. It was all over Tumblr and Pinterest, and it was getting imitated like crazy! Well, being a cosplayer and a HUGE Disney nerd, I fell in love instantly, of course! Eventually, I learned to crochet, so of COURSE I had to incorporate crocheted accessories into my “bounds.”

Since I already feel as though I am neglecting this site (and it’s connecting Facebook Page πŸ˜…), I suddenly thought to write about my love of Leslie Kay’s fashionable phenomenon and how I love to add my love of the craft of crochet to my love of putting together my Bounds.

Disneybounding (or just the colloquial “Bounding”) is about being fashionable and having fun while showing off your love of Disney and it’s unforgettable characters. It is not, however, about dressing in a costume or “cosbounding.” Cosbounding is when people dress in cosplay (costume + play, for those who are curious) and call it a Bound.

No. A costume does not a Disneybound make! Disneybounding is a great way to go to the parks in style without breaking the “No Costumes over the age of 14” rule in the Disney Parks dress code. Yes, they have one. It’s not hard to put together a great bound, but it is just as simple to cross the line into the realm of cosplay/cosbound. It’s all about editing and asking yourself, “Would I be comfortable pumping gas in this?” I ask myself this when I am putting together an outfit for a trip to the parks on my day off. Every. Single. Time. Now, I have pumped gas in my Wonder Girl cosplay on my way to Megacon one year. I have gone to Walmart in full Lolita. It takes a lot for me to be outright uncomfortable, but in both situations, I could have easily said where I was going to explain my attire if asked. It would be odd for me to be in my full Wonder Girl cosplay for no reason. It should never be odd to wear your favorite Disneybound ensemble.

Guh, that got a little “Disneybound vs. Cosplay 101.” I’m sorry! πŸ˜– Back to the topic at hand: fun, FUN, FUN!!! I want to share some of my outfits that incorporate my love of crochet with you all!

I am going to put the rest of this post behind a cut because it is going to get photo-heavy!

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Welcome to the Rabbit Hole!

Hello, everyone! Welcome to the official website for The Rabbit Hooker (and that is crochet hook, you sickos! πŸ˜‰)! It’s going to be really basic because that is about as far as my skills take me, haha! I hope to post about my crochet projects that I have made, the online store I am working on, and maybe even get around to posting some original patterns.

If I post a finished project, I will say if it is an original piece or I will post credit to the designer. If I post nothing, it is probably because I am a flake with fluff for brains and either forgot to post it…or I forgot where the pattern came from.

Have a picture of one of my cats with the blanket I made her! She loves Caron Cake yarn!

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Happy crocheting!
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