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Book keychain pattern

Embrace your inner bookworm with this free pattern! This pattern is quick to make and you can use the yarn you already have, so let’s get started right away 🙂


Crochet hook 2,5 mm
White yarn
Leftover yarn in color of your choosing
Yarn needle


To make the cover, we are going to crochet in rows. Use the color you chose.

Chain 16.
From now on, chain 1 on each end of a row to turn.
Row 1-11: sc in each (15)
Row 12: sc in each, but only in the back loops. This makes a nice line and folding point for the back of the book. (15)
Row 13: sc in each (15)
Row 14: sc in each, but only in the back loops. This makes a nice line and folding point for the back of the book. (15)
Row 15-24: sc in each (15)
Sc all the way around. [sc, chain 2, sc] in each corner. Finish off.


Again we will crochet in rows. Use white yarn.

Chain 38.
Row 1: sc in each. (37)
Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.


Start by pinning where you need to make the edges. I used a paperclip to keep de corners of the pages in the right place when sewing, so I wouldn’t end up with too much or too little white at the end.

Sew the white on the cover, make sure to leave a bit of the cover sticking out. I prefer to first do one long side, so the placing is fixed and you can’t accidentally move the white. When you are almost done with sewing it together, stuff the book with fiberfill. Close the book and sew in the ends.

Take the keychain and some yarn in the color of the cover and sew the keychain to the back of the book.

Have fun making this cute keychain! I love to see your work, so be sure to use #nerdwithyarn when you share it on social media.

This is a free pattern. You may not sell this pattern in any way. You are allowed to sell the finished items made with this pattern, but only when you credit Nerd With Yarn as the designer.

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  2. Lucy Ruth says:

    Looking for a little book keychain for my grandson, thanks so much!

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