Sparkly Chevron Bag


Correct me if I am wrong, but a girl can never have too many bags, especially when they sparkle like this Sparkly Chevron Bag. This easy crochet pattern only takes a few hours to make. Plus, it's just the right size for your evening's essential items including your cell phone, lipstick, and wallet. This is a great accessory for special occasions such as New Year's Eve and birthday celebrations.


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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A really cute bag for a young girl or a 'tween. I can also see this filled with s set of shower gel, lotion, and body spray for a personal care gift! I could make these strictly as holiday gift bags for that reason, but I would do it up in red and white instead of blue and white.

This fun little bag would be great to take just about anywhere. I love how the handle is incorporated right into the bag itself so theres no worries about an attachment failing. The designer also includes a symbol chart explaining the somewhat tricky join (a much easier way to see the stitches than a photo). And I love that very unique snowflake addition. Gorgeous!

This is a very well written project. It's easy to follow, doesn't take much yarn and is very pretty. There are many yarns that have glitter that you can use for this. I can see this in black glitter yarn with either white or silver chevron stripe. It would make a gorgeous holiday purse.

What a cute bag. I love the Chevron pattern. Seven inches wide is the perfect size for a clutch, not too big and not too smallish. I love the yarn she used with the silver glittery look to it. This is just what I have been looking for in a clutch. I crochet loosely so it may be a bit bigger when I finish mine, but thats ok.

Wow! This is a cute little purse! I like the fact that the artist has given video, written and chart instructions. She was very thoughtful! I'm a visual learner. If I can't understand it with all this help I never will! Now to get on to choosing my colors and get busy stitching.



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