Crochet Hexagon Handbag
"I made This purse particularly for my best friend to give as a blessing in light of the fact that gift to a friend make more love to one another. Gift never forget you in a friend heart. I feel that you are additionally my companions I give the Purse to my friend however the example is offer to you individuals. So I need to clarify minimal more about the example. I made it this handbag gradually in light of the fact that it require a considerable measure of work and time. To start with you have to make a bits of hexagon then you have to sew it unmistakably with a needle. A Lot of people make this through a crosia hook but here I like the sew so I sewed it. My friend like ordinary satchel yet in the event that you need more lovely handbag them make heart favorite butterfly, flower or other crochet plan for this purse."
Crochet Hook3 or 2.1 mm hook (steel)
Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)
Finished Size12 Row
- Two colors any yarn
- 3MM crochet hook
- Crochet needle for sewing
- Beautiful buttons and four rings
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Sep 30, 2017
These are adorable and will crochet up quickly. The possibilities with this handbag are endless. You can mix and match colors or use solids. If you elect to use a large needle, the size of the square will be larger or you can go opposite and make smaller motifs. What a wonderful pattern.
Aug 01, 2017
I love to carry little purses to match my outfits. This particular design is easy enough that I can create more than a few of these to color coordinate with a lot of my summer and winter wardrobe depending on the color of yarn I select.
Jul 13, 2017
This is a really unique looking bag. It is simple and quick too. The link for the pattern takes you to a baby sweater and pants set rather than the bag pattern. You can get to the pattern for the bag by scrolling down the menu on the right side of the designers website.
Apr 29, 2017
This is what I call an easy going project. You can use whatever yarn you like and gauge is not mandatory. That takes so much stress out of a pattern. I know someone who would love this if I did it in purples and pinks. I was also thinking how great this would be to use up my left over yarn. It would be like a patchwork quilt. I always line my purses so any design, open or closed works. Thank you for sharing this.
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