Holiday Ornament Essential Oil Satchel

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Holiday Crochet Ornament Essential Oil Satchel by Briana K Designs

Not only beautiful but functional for the holidays! I love the smells of the holidays all over my home, and what better way than to use a crochet satchel that can be hung anywhere! Simply stuff with cotton balls and add a few drops of your favorite essential oils (or fragrant stick).

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Crochet Hook:

Furls Hook
4.0mm (G hook), or hook to obtain gauge




Stitch Marker

Darice String Glass Pearl Beads (6mm) Red or Blue (28 beads total)

Fiberfill or cotton balls to stuff Essential Oils if desired


Red Heart Anne Geddes Baby in colors: Lily- main color (mc) Ladybug (for red)- coordinating color (cc) Bluejay (for blue)- coordinating color (cc)


approx. 140 


MC- Magic Circle sl st- Slip Stitch ch- Chain sc- Single Crochet hdc- Half Double Crochet dc- Double Crochet fpdc- Front Post Double Crochet bpdc- Back Post Double Crochet


 4 x4 inches 17 single crochet x 20 rows 

Skill Level:



Measurements: approx. 8 inches tall (not including tassel) by 5 ½ inches wide. Measurements are not crucial for this project.


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