Irish Fling Clutch


Irish Fling Clutch

Irish Fling Clutch
Irish Fling Clutch

"The Irish Fling Clutch is the perfect little project to start thinking Spring with - snowy white bursts forth with bright green vines and frivolous fringe! Add a wristlet strap and you’ll be ready for that first sunny day adventure! To crochet the Irish Fling Clutch, you’ll need to make post stitches, and crochet over unused yarn like you do in tapestry crochet - and there are lots of helpful tutorials linked in the pattern to help you with these techniques and more. This pattern isn’t terribly complicated, but there is a lot going on. Be sure to read the Notes carefully before you begin! For more information, see:"


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge15 stitches and 11 rows = 4 inches
in hdc

Finished Size9" wide x 7" tall

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What another yummy design by Moogly. Wow! This looks really complicated but if you have a little skill under your belt, you can accomplish this and have a beautifully unique clutch.

When I first saw this item I was thinking the design was cross stitch over crochet. This is really amazing to look at. With or without the fringe this little clutch will garner a lot of attention.

The attractive design on the clutch caught my eye, and as soon as I saw it was a Moogly Blog pattern, I knew I was not going to be disappointed! Excellent written instructions, large clear photos, Print Friendly (that includes a downloadable .pdf), and best of all, a link to an instructional video for THIS project for both right and left handers. What more do you need?

This is very pretty but it's definetly not for a beginner. There is a lot of different work involved. The designer has added links to different tutorials to help you along the way. If you only just started crocheting my advice is to save this until you get a little more experience.


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