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TC Bag - Pink Flowers & Butterflies


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This shoulder bag is a lot of fun to make. Perfect for anyone who adores flowers and butterflies. It is about 6"-7" long/wide, 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 colour coded graph is included in this pattern. The graph is specially made for Tapestry Crochet. Though alternatively, you could adjust this design to whichever crochet technique you prefer that uses a graph pattern. I used a 2.1mm hook and crochet cotton lace for this pattern, 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. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Tapestry Crochet SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS About 6"-7" Wide and Tall SUGGESTED YARN 1000 meters of Lace weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Circulo Clea

Supplies Needed

  • 2.1mm Hook, or 1.9mm Hook, or corresponding hook to yarn weight
  • 4 Colours of Yarn - About 100m-200m Each
  • Embroidery Needle

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Rebeckah's Treasures
Rebeckah's Treasures
Hi, my name is Rebeckah! I am a Canadian/Norwegian currently residing in the lovely tropical land of Panama. My mother taught me the basic crochet stitches when I was 10, and from there, I began crocheting simple clothes for my barbie dolls. As my skills developed, I got into crocheting more elaborate barbie doll designs, only this time the finished creations were for my younger sisters. In my teens, I branched out into other areas such as accessories, bags, wallets, baby layettes, and other toys. Towards the end of 2012, I started working on my website. In March 2013, I finally published it, so I could share my hobby with the world. Although, I enjoy exploring new ideas and crochet techniques, my first love is and always will be designing fashion doll sets. So, you’ll see a lot of my designs find fun ways to incorporate them. I love crocheting unique treasures, and making people happy with my creations! I hope you will enjoy them too through my patterns. If you would like to read more about my creations, please visit my webpage I have many free patterns on my blog, however, most incur a small fee as PDF downloads. Be Sure to Follow Me on My Social Sites too, so you never miss a thing...