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Crocheted Produce Bag

Crocheted Produce Bag
Well, I thought since the produce bag was something I just made up real quick I should post the pattern. I am sure there are way better ones out there, but most of them end up decreasing at the end to get a smaller opening, but I wanted mine large so leafy stuff that I buy in multiple little bunches could poke out, like baby broccoli or bok choy. So here is the pattern, just in case you want to make a couple as well. Materials: 1 skein Lion Brand Organic Cotton Yarn (#680), or similar worsted weight yarn Size I-9 Crochet Hook Little scrap of fabric (optional) Rnd 1: Begin with an adjustable loop, and crochet 12 double crochet (dc) into the loop and pull tight. Rnd 2: *Chain 7, skip 1 dc and slip stitch in next dc.* Repeat around. Rnd 3: Chain 7, Slip stitch (slst) into 4th chain (ch) of round 2. Rnd 4: Ch 7, slst into the point where the last two rounds meet, then ch 7 and slst into the 4th ch of the last round as well. Rnd 16: Single crochet (sc) in every chain around, join with a slst. Related:  sacs, porte-monnaie

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Free Reusable Crocheted Grocery Bag Pattern Materials: • Around 150 Yards of Lily Sugar'n Cream Yarn • Size H or J Crochet Hook (Go with the J or larger if you crochet tightly) Gauge: The gauge of this pattern is not important because it will stretch. Construction: This bag is crocheted in the round from the top down. It might be helpful to use a paperclip or a stitch marker to define the start of the round. Instructions: CH- Chain SL- Slip Stitch SC- Single Crochet DC- Double Crochet Top & Handles: 1. Body 1. Use of Pattern: If you would like to post about this pattern on your website or blog, please include a link to this entry. Fun Facts: --Every year, each person in this country uses about 1,000 plastic bags.

Lovely Leaf Lace Scarf This Lovely Leaf Lace scarf is made with Lobster Pot's 8-ply cashmere in color "Chatham Light". The stitches that create this beautiful and dimensional pattern are a simple combination of strategic yarn-overs and decreases. The lace pattern has a wonderful dimensionality while the stockinette pattern curls around your neck like a big soft hug. If you're curious about the green scarf on the left you can find the complete instructions for it at this link: Easy Mistake Stitch Scarf Materials 6 skeins 8-ply cashmere, this scarf was made with Lobster Pot's beautifully hand dyed Worsted Weight Cashmere in color "Chatham Light". Gauge 4 stitches per inch in stockinette stitch Finished Measurements Approximately 12 inches wide x 52 inches long Pattern Notes This pattern is a lace leaf pattern at each end, and stockinette in the middle. The Pattern Cast on 61 stitches. Repeat rows 1-16 five times more, work should measure approximately 16 inches from cast on edge, then: Weave in ends. Sl1, k2tog, psso

Recycled Plastic Fat Bottom Bag  | My Recycled Bags.com I present my plarn fat bottom bag that I crocheted using recycled plastic newspaper bags. You may remember me saying that it is difficult for me to obtain pretty colors in plastic bags for my crafting. Well thanks to a suggestion from a blogger friend, I asked my local library to save their newspaper bags for me. They have been giving me one pink and one orange plastic bag daily from their newspapers. You may notice that the pink shade on the last few rounds of the bag and handles are darker. As I mentioned this is my first fat bottom crocheted bag. Below you will find some pictures I took as I worked the pattern. Click on any of the photos to supersize them Here is shell started and also a photo after the base shell was completed. Here is the lining pinned in place before the gathering and the handles are crocheted. My Fat Bottom Bag Flap: Several people have asked about the flap I added and wanted instructions on how to create this flap. Mark the center 12 stitches on bag opening.

Spring Inspired Boutique Bags Boutique bags inspired by spring. I think the strappy pink one is my new favorite. What do you think? I decided to try out a bulkier yarn this time to create a sturdier bag. I used Lion Brand Baby's First Yarn. These bags follow the same basic pattern of the original Granny Stripe Boutique Bag with a few minor changes. Follow the this pattern up to round 10 then make the following changes. Rnd 11: Ch 1. Rnd 12: Ch 1. Rnd 13: Ch 1. I tested this Garden Rose pattern for Cheryl at the Flower Girl Cottage and thought it would be the perfect flower for the Strappy Boutique Bag. Rnd 11-13: Continue working. Straps (Make Two): Ch 31. This flower can be found at Lion Brand Yarn. I love this bag just as it is. These spring inspired boutique bags were mailed out this week to Justin at Coach Radio whom is the daddy to three little ladies. Wow! Wishing you all a Happy Easter!

Welcome to the Craft Yarn Council and Warm Up America! White Twinkle Choker: Dot Matthews (bythehook) White Twinkle Choker© 7/9/05 Dorothy “Dot” Matthews. All rights reserved.Originally published at This pattern is intended for personal use only. You may do what you want with the items you make, as long as you give Dot credit as the designer, with the following restrictions: you may not sell your items online and you may not sell to retail or wholesale stores or businesses. You are welcome to direct people to this pattern by posting a link to it. This pattern may not be posted on any other site or distributed in any other manner. Materials: H hook; 7 yds Patons Brilliant, color, white twinkle Abbreviations: ch – chain sc – single crochet scs – single crochets sts – stitches sl st – slip stitch sk – skip ch-# – chain followed by a dash, followed by a number refers to the loop made by a chain. Note: numbers in ( ) at end of rows indicate number of stitches and is not instruction you to do anything. ROW 1: ch 5, join with a sl st in first ch, to form a ring.

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Summer 2007 Using US #6/4mm needle, CO 133[144] sts, placing a marker every 22[24] sts. Note: For the smaller size only, there will be 23 sts after the last marker, instead of 22. Also for the smaller size only, omit the yo at the beginning of the first row. K1 instead. Work Row 1 of chart pattern using US #2/2.75mm circular needle. Place marker and join to begin working in the round, being careful not to twist. Work Rounds 2-10 of chart pattern. Round 11: Remove marker, k1, replace marker, work Round 11 of chart pattern. Work Rounds 12-13 of chart pattern. Round 14: Remove marker, k1, replace marker, work Round 14 of chart pattern. Work Rounds 15-16 of chart pattern. Round 17: [K7; (drop 2 wraps from W3 and slip remaining wrap to right needle) 3 times, k to marker] 6 times. 108[126] sts.At this point, the sts which had been wrapped 3 times in Round 16 will look very long and loose. Rounds 18-23: [K7, sl 3 elongated sts, k to marker] 6 times. Brim pattern is complete.

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