Sweet Treats Bag
designed by Joanita Theron (c) 2014. All rights reserved
A goodie bag crocheted in yummy colors!
The pattern is complied in a 4 page PDF file (1,9MB).
Due to the nature of this pattern - the yarn and hook used is only a suggestion and any substitute may be used. Size of finished product will vary depending on yarn and size of hook used.
ALL THE CROCHET STITCHES USED IN THIS PATTERN ARE BASED ON AMERICAN CROCHET TERMS
Abbreviations : sc = single crochet , dc = double crochet, tr=treble crochet hdc=half double crochet
Table with US and UK Crochet Abbreviations are included with the pattern.
You are welcome to sell the finished item made by yourself. (NO mass production is allowed). Please respect the pattern itself, including instructions, words, photographs and diagrams. Please do not share, copy, post or distribute in any way, electronic or other that will infringe my right as the author and creator of this pattern. Thank you for respecting the hard work that has gone into designing this pattern.
And you are more than welcome to email me with any questions or queries regarding the pattern.
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22 sts and 30 rows to 10 cm measured with a 4.00 mm hook.
IT IS NOT ESSENTIAL TO WORK TO THE STATED TENSION TO ACHIEVE SUCCESS!
Note: Due to the nature of this pattern - the yarn and hook used is only a suggestion and any substitute may be used. Size of finished product will vary depending on yarn and size of hook used.
I love to design and make crochet patterns for babies and kids of all ages. My daughter, Cristine is my inspiration and it is such a delight when her face lights up when Mommy has made her something new! I had learned to crochet and knit from my grandmother and over the years my skills and talents especially in crochet have only grown. I love to learn new techniques and methods.