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Wicker Weave Clutch


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The Wicker Weave Clutch is constructed from a beautifully textured stitch that looks like woven wicker when complete. The pattern uses all basic stitches. The only reason it's rated an Easy Intermediate is that you will work in several rows at the same time. If you're up for a rewarding challenge, download the pattern and enjoy learning to create this amazing textured stitch. The clutch is perfect for use as a make-up bag or for stowing all those small items that float around inside your purse. It's also large enough to hold a wallet and cell phone in addition to a few other items, so you can use it as a clutch when you want to travel light. A skein makes two bags, so make one for you and give the other away! Your sisters and girlfriends will love getting these as gifts for birthdays and Christmas. They're great sellers at craft shows too! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Crochet (sc, hdc, dc, and post crochet) Pictures are provided to aid you with stich techniques you may not be familiar with. Sewing, by hand or machine, a video on my site walks you through the sewing process SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 5" H x 8" W

Recommended with this pattern

  • Omega La Espiga Size 18 Nylon Cord - 1 roll
  • Crochet hook size F (3.75)
  • Zipper

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I'm a girly-girl in the extreme. I love pretty colors, soft textures, and anything that sparkles. So my idea of a good crochet project is a fun, feminine, flirty piece that feeds the fashionista in me! I design and crochet things I want to wear or use in my life, and I hope you'll love them too! I started crocheting in 1979 when an extremely patient, saint-of-a-woman taught me and ten or so other 8-year-old girls to crochet for our Bible School craft project. Somehow, that teacher retained her sanity and I retained a love for yarn. I took to the hook and have been crocheting ever since, making everything from doilies, to baby clothes, sweaters and footies, hats and scarves. After 20 years, I abandoned patterns and started experimenting with my own designs. And that's how I ended up here. :-) Find more of my crochet projects and patterns at