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Crochet Lab: Basic Techniques & Patterns taught by Vickie Howell

Perfect for the beginning crocheter, this fun class teaches you basic crochet stitches and how to put them together to create anything.

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Category Crocheting
Type Accessory
Yarn Weight Other
Sizing Children
Style Funky
Ria O'Hagen on craftsy.com

What hooks or other tools did you use? US D-3/3.25mm/UK 10

Ria O'Hagen on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? I'm not sure of the yarn size, a little too large for my 3.25 hook, but it's all I could get.

Ria O'Hagen on craftsy.com

I really like this. I may have to attempt to make it for my girls.

02/04/2014 Flag

cute, but does not have to be for children, it would make a great business card pocket.

02/08/2014 Flag

My granddaughters will love these,I'm starting one now thank you

02/08/2014 Flag

how do u do it??

02/08/2014 Flag

Hi, I made a chain twice the lenght that I wanted the back to be. Then I double crocheted until it was as tall as I wanted it to be. Once I had the bag the size I wanted I folded the piece in half and whip stitched the bottom and side closed. I changed colour for the flap, I kinda guessed at making the shape so can't explain exactly, I just did less stitches as I got nearer to the end of the flap. For the button loop I made a chain and attached it to the end of the flap. The strap is another long chain with a row of double crochet which I attached afterwards.

05/31/2014 Flag