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Sturdy Errands Bag

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This bag is perfect for all your grocery needs as it's nice and sturdy. The stripes are fun because it adds a little something extra without it being too much design for your liking.

Crochet Errands Bag

Intermediate

Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Oh, I so love this! So far I have only done easy or beginner projects. I think this will be a perfect project for "moving up". But so far, just looking at the pattern I don't understand Work in sc for 11 ins [28 cm]. Is that in place of how many rows to work to get how tall the bag is? Also is the gusset to mean the sides as well as the bottom? Sounds like a bit of a challenge, but I think I will be up to it as soon as I finish the afghan I am working on now.

I LIKE THIS BAG. I KNIT QUITE A LOT WHEN IT COMES TO CROCHET I DO NOT LIKE THE LOOKS OF THE CHANGING OF THE COLOR YARN ANYONE KNOW HOW TO AVOID THE SEPARATED LINE IT CAUSES?

This is a self-striping material. You can always use a solid or variegated yarn instead. If you want, you can use a variety of colors and stripe at the ends, instead of in a row.

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I think the instructions should have said make 2 handles.

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