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Girly Bowtie Clutch

By: Jei from jeicrochet.blogspot.com

A girl can never have too many bags, especially when they are as cute as this Girly Bowtie Clutch. The cute ribbon detail makes this the perfect crochet pattern to make for any girl in your life. Treat yourself to this homemade purse, or give it to a friend. This is an easy crochet pattern to complete using any two colors of your choice. The bow is crocheted separately and then later sewn onto the bag at the end.

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Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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I wish this project had been around when my sister and I were on a frantic search for accessories for her emerald green Donna Reed style taffeta dress. Amazingly she had located a matching pillbox hat and dyeable pumps, but still needed a clutch. This would have been perfect! We never even thought of just working a bow to attach to a regular clutch.

This is such a sweet little clutch! We've got Easter coming up...right around the corner and I can see these in pastels for the Sunday School class girls to go with their Easter dresses! I've never crocheted any kind of purse before so that would make it fun and interesting and yet it's designated and "easy" pattern. This basic bag pattern is a keeper for sure. Thanks for the freebie!

This is just the sweetest little clutch. I can see it in black with a white bow or really fancy done in a black yarn with sparkles and a silver sparkle bow like Simply Soft party yarn. Then I can make a matching hat with a similar but smaller hat. Thanks for sharing.

I am looking forward to making this. I love the fact that instead of a zipper you used a black bow tie. How awesome to have several different ones to match your mood or your style for the day or evening. Susan

I added a foldover flap with a snap instead of the zipper and did it in white with a black bow. It looks so classy! Perfect size for a night out or to store some hooks.

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