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Amigurumi Santa’s Bag And Gifts Free Pattern

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Today’s daily new crochet pattern Amigurumi Santa’s Bag And Gifts

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3.5mm / US E-4 crochet hook


#3 / DK / light worsted yarn, 8ply, 80% cotton 20% Milk Fiber, in dark red for santa’s bag, any colour you like for the gifts  (I use a local shop yarn, that I find quite thick for a #3, an equivalent would be Paintbox Cotton Aran but keep the 3.5mm hook to obtain tight stitches and avoid gaps where the fiberfill shows)

A small piece of fluffy white yarn like the Bernat Pipsqueak Whitey White

Golden yarn or decorative string to tie the bow on the gift and embroider the bag (the one I use is Milford Metallic, but not sure it ships to the US. I’ve found this one from Clisil brand that seems really similar).

Tapestry needle


Stitch marker or a strand of thinner yarn




With the above material: 5-round circle = 5cm (2″). Find out how to measure gauge for amigurumis in my tutorial here.

With the material mentioned above and when gauge is achieved:

Santa’s bag is 6 cm (2,4″) high

Gift is 3,5cm (1,4″) large and high


The number before the abbreviation represents how many times to work one type of stitch into consecutive stitches from the previous round (unless stated otherwise). Ex: 3inc = work one increase into each of the next 3 stitches.

This pattern is worked in continuous spiral rounds (i.e. without closing the rounds with a slip stitch). It may help to mark the first stitch of each round with a stitch marker.

It’s a great pattern to learn basic crochet techniques, if you are a beginner you can find them all on this blog here:

Magic ring

Crocheting in the Back Loop Only (in BLO)

Single crochet 3 stitches together (sc3tog)


st: stitch/es

sc: single crochet

inc: single crochet increase (work 2 sc into the same st)

dec: single crochet decrease (single crochet two stitches together).

[number]: total number of stitches of the round

Rnd: round

(…) x 2: repeat whatever is in between the parenthesis the number of times indicated

in BLO: in the back loop only

sc3tog: single crochet 3 stitches together


With dark red yarn.

Rnd 1: Work 6sc into a magic ring. [6]

Rnd 2: inc in each st around. [12]

Rnd 3: (sc, inc) x 6. [18]

Rnd 4: (2sc, inc) x 6. [24]

Rnd 5: (3sc, inc) x 6. [30]

Rnd 6: in BLO, sc in each st around. [30]

 Rnd 7 – 11: sc around. [30]

Rnd 12: (3sc, dec) x 6. [24]

Rnd 13 – 16: sc in each st around. [24]

To change colour with white yarn, you can either use the invisible colour change technique (video tutorial here) or just fasten off, weave in the yarn tail, and simply start the new round with the white yarn by doing a slip knot on your hook and starting crocheting in the first stitch of the round. With the fluffy texture of the yarn, the colour change won’t be visible anyway.

Rnd 17: with the white yarn, sc in each st around. [24]

Fasten off and weave in end.

To make the drawstrings of the bag, take 2 small strands of the white fluffy yarn and sew them just below the last round. Hide the tails inside. With a thin golden strand of yarn, embroider stars or snowflakes on the sides or just leave it this way!


Rnd 1: Work 6sc into a magic ring. [6]

Rnd 2: inc in each st around. [12]

Rnd 3: sc, 3 sc in the next st, (2sc, 3 sc in the next st) x 3, sc in the last st. [20]

Rnd 4: in BLO, sc in each st around. [20]

 Rnd 5 – 9: sc around (normal sc in both loops). [20]

 Rnd 10: in BLO, sc, sc3tog, (2sc, sc3tog) x 3, sc in last st. [12]

Stuff with fiberfill, not too much to keep a nice square shape.

 Rnd 11: dec 6 times. [6]

Fasten off and sew closed. (You’re not sure how to sew closed nicely? I got you covered, check this tutorial on my blog).

 Congratulations ! Now the coolest part begins: playing with the colours and deciding where you’re gonna put them or hang them in your Christmas decor!

Tip 1: if you want to hang them in your Christmas tree, sew a green sewing thread to the top.

Tip 2: if you want your Christmas gift to pop up from your Santa’s bag, fill the bag with fiberfill, then put the gift on top the way you like, and secure it with a few stitches of red yarn.  And you’re done!

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