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Design Your Own TC Bags

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Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Tapestry Crochet
  • Colouring in a Graph

Pattern Description:

Tapestry shoulder bags are a lot of fun to design and make. This pattern produces a 6"-7" long/wide bag, just the right size to carry a passport, wallet, keys and other bare necessities for when you do not wish to carry a large bag.

Written instructions along with a blank graph is included in this pattern. The graph is specially made for Tapestry Crochet. Though alternatively, you could adjust the design you make on this graph to whichever crochet technique you prefer that uses a graph pattern.

I used a 2.1mm hook and crochet cotton lace for the example photos pictured, but if you would prefer to make a larger bag, all you have to do is use a thicker yarn, and a corresponding hook size to match it. Happy Hooking!

This pattern is copyrighted to Rebeckah Ferger, however, you are more than welcome to sell what you make from any of my patterns.

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Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • About 6"-7" Wide and Tall

Materials:

  • 2.1mm Hook, or 1.9mm Hook, or Corresponding Hook Size to Yarn
  • 2+ Colours of Yarn - About 100m-200m Each
  • Embroidery Needle
  • Sewing Needle
  • 6"-8" Zipper, or your choice of fastener
  • Matching Thread

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Circulo Clea


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Intermediate
Crocheting
Accessory
Women, Men, Girls, Boys
Bag
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Hi, my name is Rebeckah! I have been crocheting for many years ever since my mother taught me when I was 10. I started out crocheting simple clothes for my barbies. As I got better at it, I ...

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