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Knitomatic crochet market bag jan 12 2015 3. Knitomatic eco_warrior_bag. Crochet Watermelon Coin Purse. For the rest of the pattern do not join, use a stitch marker to keep track of your rounds.

Crochet Watermelon Coin Purse

Sew on small black buttons on the front and back and your done! You can purchase the Sharp Crochet Hook at www.sharpcrochethook.com. On their website you will also find lots of great tutorials and patterns for crocheting edging and borders. Mini Knitting Tote. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").

Mini Knitting Tote

As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing. Any individual or entity that wants to use the Service must accept the terms of this Agreement without change. 1) Eligibility. Haramisdesigns.wordpress.com/2010/11/01/kindle-sleeve-pattern/ Right, so I didn’t update again for the whole of October, even after I said I would, and I haven’t shared any projects that were knitted after August.

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What have I been up to then? Knitting! I’ve made a huge dent in my Christmas knitting, and I’m beginning to think, maybe too optimistically, that I could even be done before December rolls around. We’ll see. I also purchased a Kindle, which I love, love, love. The pattern is pretty straightforward, but I thought I’d share it if anyone else would like to make one! Cabled Kindle Sleeve Yarn: Malabrigo Yarn Merino Worsted, 70-90 yards (60-85 m). Free Crochet Pattern: Sturdy Market Tote. One of my favorite, favorite things about summer is hitting up the farmer’s market.

Free Crochet Pattern: Sturdy Market Tote

For me, it’s not only about the fresh, local produce, it’s about the experience. Yes? Yesssss. :) Plarn owl wristlet. Free Market Tote Crochet Pattern. Need a quick gift for a little girl in your life?

Free Market Tote Crochet Pattern

This free market tote crochet pattern might be the perfect thing! Whip one up in a couple hours while listening to an ebook or spending time with your family, add a flower or other embellishment, and you’re good to go! How cute would it be to add some felt or crocheted food inside the bag? Riley has already spent a good deal of time enjoying this bag and I know she would absolutely love having items to go in it! It would also make a good yarn storage bag – it holds a good number of cotton skeins. The finished dimensions of this crochet shopping tote pattern is approximately 12 inches deep by 11 inches wide with a 9 inch “deep” handle (though that’s easily adjustable).

Click here for the adult size version of this pattern. Before you get started, make sure you have the following: About 250 yards of worsted weight yarnAn I hookA safety pin for marking stitches.A flower or other embellishment to spice it up! Ch 3. Round 3: ch 2. Easy Market Bag. Replace those plastic shopping bag with an environmentally friendly crochet market bag.

Easy Market Bag

This pattern was inspired by Materials: 3.50 mm crochet hook DK Yarn - I used 100 grams (2 balls) of Moda Vera Beetle which is 50% cotton and 50 % acrylic. Scissors Yarn needle. Ombre Basket Pattern. I am so amazed at the interest with this basket I used 9 colors and tried to achieve an ombre effect.

Ombre Basket Pattern

The size is about three times larger than the chunky basket. I'm putting this one beside my chair for WIPs. Measurements 9.5 inches in height 12 inches in diameter Materials 9 different colors of worsted weight yarn Size L crochet hook Yarn needle Pattern notes The first ch 2 of each round counts as the first st Hold 4 strands together If you are using one color to make this basket, you will not need to join each rnd of the body of the basket. Turning Japanese Bag – some variations. Have you tried the Turning Japanese Bag pattern yet.

Turning Japanese Bag – some variations

You should give it a try – it’s really easy! Part of the ‘My First Bag series’ it’s a single pattern piece, no fancy zippers or closures, the handles are ready made and it’s perfect to showcase a really nice fabric or a large scale print. However, just because its simple, there’s no need to stop there. A simple pattern is often an ideal base to start from if you want to add a few additions of your own. In this example: I add a hard bottom and some shiny bag feetIt has a couple of small d-rings on the side where you can add a removable shoulder chainI split the pattern to use two different fabrics instead of just one. Here is the original bag. You can watch me make a few simple changes to the pattern and hardware to create something a little different.

Simple Heart-Shaped Bling Bag: Free Sewing Pattern. This makes a bag measuring approximately 20cm across the widest part.

Simple Heart-Shaped Bling Bag: Free Sewing Pattern

You will need ● Stiff fabric – we used a glittery canvas fabric. If you think your fabric is a bit too floppy, use a stiff iron-on interfacing to give it more body.● 1.2 metres of cord – for the handle (this is long enough for you to wear across your body)● 1 x magnetic clasp – at least 1cm diameter Cutting out Using the template below, cut out two heart shapes in your fabric. On the back of each fabric heart, mark in the magnetic snap position and the correct placement for the handles. You also need to cut out 2 x small squares measuring 2.5 x 2.5cm of the same fabric you’re using for your bag (image 1). Inserting the magnetic clasp You’ll be attaching your magnetic snaps to the small squares of fabric, and then stitching these onto your main bag pieces. Now check out your magnetic snap (image 2). First, take your small squares of matching fabric and find the centre. 6. Fixing the snap to the main bag.