Fluffy Sheep Drawstring Crochet Bag Pattern

Fluffy Sheep Drawstring Crochet Bag Pattern

Fluffy Sheep Drawstring Crochet Bag Pattern
Fluffy Sheep Drawstring Crochet Bag Pattern
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Purse designs these days are all about reflecting your unique personality. This Fluffy Sheep Drawstring Crochet Bag Pattern gives your handmade bag the warm, woolly character of a lamb. The free crochet pattern includes a curious face and floppy ears to complete the picture. The drawstring also does double-duty as a cinching mechanism and as a cute little bow over your sheep's head. With this stitch pattern, it looks as though the sheep has furry tufts making up its entire body. This item would make a great asset to your spring wardrobe in particular, although it is so cute you might just have to make it a permanent accessory.

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Bernat Super Value Yarn (worsted weight) in Winter White and a bit of beige or gray and pink for the face/accent pieces
  • Size H crochet hook
  • Safety eyes or Comic safety eyes (you can also use yarn for face embelishments)
  • Tapestry needle

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This is down right adorable. I laughed when I saw it. I know a few little girls who would love to receive one of these for christmas. It's a very easy pattern with basic stitches. I will substitute safety eyes for the googly ones. I may even make a black sheep purse.

This is an adorable sheep drawstring bag. It would have so many used such as you can fill it with gifts, goodies, accessories, even a ball of yarn and hook for on-the-go crocheting! A very versatile project and a nice item to have on hand in case you need a gift in a hurry.

I think this is a great way to present an Easter gift to any adult in your life. Go ahead and add some fun novelty chocolates and tuck some jelly beans inside. If I am making this, I would do something fun and quirky and change up the color of the sheep to a neon pink or green! There are lots of creative options with this pattern, and I like that.

This little cutie could be one of Bo Peeps lambs who has strayed, or even one of the Shaun the Sheep flock! Its going to be a Yarn Eater, too, with all those Bobble Stitches. Small white shank buttons (flat or slightly convex) with a little judicious black paint can be a good substitute for the comic eyes suggested by the designer.

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