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Peeps-a-Boo Bag


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I believe a gal should have a purse for every occasion, even if she isn't quite old enough to need to carry one. With spring in the air and Easter on the horizon, every little lass needs a cute carry-all! Inspired by those marshmallow bunnies, the Peeps-a-Boo Bag uses simple granny squares to form a rabbit motif. It's sweet and easy, and makes for the perfect egg-hunt companion. Switch out the pink for a brown or blue bunny, and make it for the lad in your life. Either way, your kiddo will hop for joy when she or he gets this tiny tote! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY double crochet, granny squares GAUGE 1 granny square = 2 1/4"/5.7 cm

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  • US H-8 Hook, Worsted Weight Yarn

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Vickie Howell Designs
Vickie Howell Designs
Vickie Howell is a mother, designer. author and on-air personality. She's best known as the host and creative consultant of TV's <i>Knitty Gritty</i> and co-host of DIY Network's <i>Stylelicious</i>. She's the author of seven knit, crochet and craft books, including, Step It Up Knits: Take Your Skills Up to the Next Level with 25 Quick & Stylish Projects. Vickie has contributed to worldwide publications including, the <i>Today Show, PBS Parents, HGTV, Southern Living</i>, <i>CRAFT: Magazine</i>, and most recently has columns in Knit Simple and Interweave Crochet Magazines. She's also the celebrity spokesperson for Caron International, maker of Sheep(ish), the first yarn in her co-branded line. Join Vickie in creating handmade gifts for kids with Epilepsy for her charity, Purple Stitch Project (in partnership with Craftsy). She lives, breathes and crafts with her husband and three children, in Austin, Texas. Check in with Vickie and all of her projects at <a href=""></a>.