Crochet a Cute Apple Folder Wallet With Me Now

Are you ready to add a touch of style to your everyday accessories? Look no further than my latest crochet pattern! In this article, I’ll guide you through the process of creating an original wallet inspired by folders. With its simple and cute design, this folder-inspired crochet wallet is the perfect addition to your collection. Whether you’re a crochet enthusiast or a beginner looking for a fun project, this step-by-step pattern will help you bring this stylish accessory to life. So, grab your crochet hook, a cup of tea, and let’s weave our way to a fabulous folder-inspired wallet that’s as cute as it is functional!

Material – Folder Crochet Wallet


  • Bulky acrylic yarn
  • Amigurumi DK cotton yarn: red, green and brown
  • 6 mm and 2,5 mm crochet hooks
  • White velcro tape
  • sewing needle and a white thread

Abbreviations


ch : chain

sl st : slip stitch

sc : single crochet

hdc : half double crochet

dc : double crochet

tr : treble crochet

inc : increase

dec : decrease

R : rows/rounds

Folder Crochet Wallet


The Front

Ch 16, then starting from the 2nd loop from the hook:

Row 1: sc inc, 13 sc, sc inc (17)

Row 2 to 11: 17 sc (17)

R12: sc dec, 13 sc, sc dec (15)

Cut the yarn and weave in the ends.

The Back

Ch 16, then starting from the 2nd loop from the hook:

Row 1: sc inc, 13 sc, sc inc (17)

Row 2 to 12: 17 sc (17)

R13: sc dec, 15 sc (16)

Cut the yarn and weave in the ends.

From the left of your folder’s back, count 6 stitches in the last row, then join the yarn again in the 6th stitch, with a ch 1 to secure it.

folder crochet wallet
folder crochet wallet

Then do as follow, starting the stitch where we joined the yarn:

R14: make a decrease with a sc in the 1st stitch then a hdc in the next one, (basically a sc-hdc-tog) this will create a little inclination. Continue with 2 hdc, then finish with a hdc decrease.

folder crochet wallet
folder crochet wallet

Cut the yarn and weave in all ends.

Time to sew! – Folder Crochet Wallet

Take the front and back pieces of your wallet and place them together. Make sure the edges are aligned.

Using a tapestry needle and a piece of yarn, start at one side leaving a small space at the top of the side unworked, then sew the 2 faces of the wallet together from one side, bottom then the other side, leaving the top untouched.

Once you’ve completed sewing the edges, weave in the loose ends to secure them.

Sew the velcro tape at the top of each wallet’s faces, on the inside.

The Apple Applique

Grab your red yarn and a 2,5mm crochet hook, and make a magic circle.

Round 1: 6 sc (6) (close your round with a sl st)

Round 2: (1 sc, 1 hdc) in the same stitch, (3 hdc) in the next stitch, 2 sc, (3 hdc ) in the next stitch), (1 hdc, 1 sc) in the last stitch (12) (don’t join the round)

Row 3: make a chain 1 then turn, we’re working in row now:

(1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc) in the same stitch, (3 tr) in the same stitch, 1 dc, (1 hdc, 1 sc) in the next stitch, 1 hdc, (1 dc, 1 sl st) in the next stitch, (1 sl st, 1 dc) in the next stitch, 1 hdc, (1 sc, 1 hdc), 1 dc, (3 tr) in the next stitch, (1 dc, 1 hdc, 1 sc) in the last stitch. (24)

Cut yarn and weave in the ends.

Take your green yarn and a 2,5mm crochet hook, and make a magic circle.

Round 1: 1 sc, 1 hdc, 1 dc, (ch 2, sl st in the 1st loop = picot2), 1 dc, 1 hdc, 4 sc. (9)

Cut the yarn.

Take your brown yarn and a 2,5mm crochet hook, ch 3. Starting from the 2nd loop from the hook: (1 sc, 1 sl st) in the 1st loop, then a sl st. Cut the yarn.

Sew everything together, then sew the apple on the bottom right of your wallet.

And voilà!

Your crochet apple folder wallet is now done. Finishing a crochet project is no small feat, and I applaud you for seeing it through to the end. Your hard work have resulted in a beautiful and functional accessory that you can be proud of!

I hope this pattern has brought you joy and satisfaction. As you proudly showcase your crochet apple folder wallet, I encourage you to share it on your social media platforms, and to tag me in so I can see your beautiful project. I really love to see my patterns coming to life in different shapes and colors.

If you enjoyed this pattern and would like to stay connected, I invite you to follow me on social media for more crochet inspiration and upcoming projects. You can find me on Instagram, Tiktok, Facebook, and even Youtube where I share crochet video tutorials. Let’s continue this creative journey together!

Happy crocheting!

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