Essential Oil Roller Keychain- Free Crochet Pattern

Follow this free crochet essential oil roller keychain pattern to make carrying your essential oils easier. Full video tutorial included.

Follow this free crochet essential oil roller keychain pattern to make carrying your essential oils easier. Full video tutorial included.

Follow this free crochet essential oil roller keychain pattern to make carrying your essential oils easier. Full video tutorial included.

If you love the Crafty Cactus Pillow, Crafty Rainbow Pillow or the Bitty Boho Bag pattern, you’re going to love this new essential oil roller keychain.

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It’s the perfect way to take your essential oils on the go. You can clip it to your purse, diaper bag, or your kid’s backpack. The holder will help protect your roller, make it easier to find, and look cute!

I love a functional yet fashionable crochet pattern!

There is also a full video tutorial for this pattern. I am better at explaining things in the video than in written instructions. So if anything sounds confusing check the video, it might clear things up for you.

You can also purchase the ad-free PDF version of this pattern if that’s more your speed.

Materials
Size 2 yarn 
D 3.25 crochet hook 
Scissors
Small button 
Needle and thread for button
Keychain findings
Stitch Markers   

Stitch Key (US Terms)
CH= Chain
SC= Single Crochet
INC= Increase (two SC in the same space)
SL ST= Slip Stitch

Special Stitches

Bobble: *YO, Insert hook into stitch and pull up a loop, YO and pull through 2 loops on your hook* Repeat 3 more times. Now you should have 5 loops on your hook. YO and pull through all 5 loops on your hook. 

Back Bump: This is where you flip your starting chain over and insert your hook into the “back bump” of the chain and place your stitch there. If you are unfamiliar with this technique I would suggest watching the video that goes with this pattern.

Finished Dimensions: About 4” tall and 2.75” wide when folded and buttoned

Essential Oil Roller Keychain Pattern

Chain 43

Row 1: Skip the chain closest to your hook, SC 41.

In the last chain space, SC 1 – looslyish CH 4, and mark each ch with a stitch marker – SC 1.

SC 41 back down the other side of your starting chain. CH 1. Turn. 

Row 2: SC 41. INC x6. SC 41 back down the other side. CH 1. Turn. 

Row 3: SC, Bobble around. CH 1. Turn. 

Row 4: SC 41. (INC, SC ) x6, SC 41. 

Measurements 9.25” long by 1.5” wide 

Note: Your work will be twisted. This is due to the nature of the stitches and is normal. You’re welcome to block if you’d like but it will straighten up after assembled.

Fold the bottom 38 stitches in half. So 19 stitches are paired up.

SLST 19 going down the right side of your work. Tie off

Join yarn into the bottom of the other 19 stitches (near the bottom of your work) 

SLST 19 going down the left side. Tie off. 

Sew in all your tails. Attach button and keychain findings. 

Follow this free crochet essential oil roller keychain pattern to make carrying your essential oils easier. Full video tutorial included.
Follow this free crochet essential oil roller keychain pattern to make carrying your essential oils easier. Full video tutorial included.

Now you have a super cute, practical keychain holder to hold your essential oil rollers.

I hope you love this pattern! If you make your own and share it I’d love to see! Tag me @ACraftyConcept on Instagram.

2 thoughts on “Essential Oil Roller Keychain- Free Crochet Pattern

  1. Peggy Perry says:

    Thank you so much for posting this terrific and handy idea. I have a small CBD Oil Roller always loose in my purse that I have to hunt for, or it’s rolling around my desk and always on the floor.
    I don’t use it often so it is a hide and seek game when I look for it.
    I am making a few for me and some as gifts. This would also hold a small Burt’s Bees lip balm that I have to hunt for, and a great way to rid myself of years of yarn remnants. Thanks again. Peggy

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