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Crochet Watermelon Coin Purse

Crochet Watermelon Coin Purse
For the rest of the pattern do not join, use a stitch marker to keep track of your rounds. 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. If you are a crocheter and don’t already have one of these hooks, it is something you must add to your supplies! *** You may make and sell my patterns but if you do I ask that you link back to my post.

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