Retro Tissue Bag

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Retro Tissue Bag Pattern


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Crocheting: Retro Tissue Bag
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Men, Girls, Boys



Skill Level:

little skill level requirement Novice

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • You should already know the basic stitches as crochet a chain, single crochet and slip stitch or you should be able to read instructions.
  • You should be able to sew peaces together.
  • You should be able to stitch on the crochet bag.

Pattern Description:

Need a gift for someone?

Crochet the tissue bag. Use this design and you'll get "Oh, I had one like this, when I was a child!"
Use the pattern and imagine your own design and/or use different yarn and coloring.

I was inspired by my son (15 years old!), who wished for a soft toy in that design.

The pattern is written in standard American terms and has pictures of every step. A chart for the stitching is included.

Feel free to crochet and sell the item whereever you like, but you must not copy or sell the pattern. I would appreciate though if you mention me, GaBoSocks, as the pattern designer. Enjoy it.


Use the top or bottom of the box as Gauge.
If your work gets bigger use smaller hook and vice versa.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • about 12m x 7cm x 3cm
  • about 4,5 in x 2,7 in x 1,4 in
  • fits regular paper tissues


  • Cotton yarn (20g in main color, rests of black and grey)
  • a matching hook
  • a sewing needle
  • The yarn used in the example is 115m per 50g.

About Designer

About Designer

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by GaBoSocks
Buchholz, Germany
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I am Gabi, a mother and wife, and I work part time in an office. My hobby is needlework.
I started to knit and crochet as a child, taught by my Granny and never stopped since.
I love the creative part as much as the 'one by one and getting things done eventually' aspect.
Knitting and crocheting is my destiny and it is great that DiY is en vogue again.
I'd love to share some of my ideas with ...

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