Buttons Crossbody Bag by Vendula Maderska

Buttons Crossbody Bag

Crochet
July 2014
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
13 stitches and 14 rows = 4 inches
in pattern stitch
4.5 mm
440 - 480 yards (402 - 439 m)
10,2 inches/26 cm height; 11 inches/28 cm width
US
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Mad about the buttons - crossbody bag :-)

This pattern is:

  • Step by step instruction
  • Very detailed photo- tutorial
  • Instruction are written in English language, US terminology

Suggested material for the bag:
Sugar’n Cream Solids and Denim by Lily
Weight: Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi), 100% Cotton

Colors: Hot Pink 01740, Mod Blue 18111, Hot Green 01712, small amount of: Rose Pink 00046, Soft Ecru 01004, Black 00002
You will need 240 grams of yarn totally.

Hook: 4,5 mm (US 7 mm)

Other materials: black spangles average 0.9 mm, needle with blunt tip, common sewing threads and needle, 4 holes buttons average 33mm – 2 pieces. One button average 2 cm.

Size of finished bag: the size of finished bag depends on used material and your style of crocheting. If you will use another material the size could be different.
My bag’s measurement: 10,2 inches/26 cm height; 11 inches/28 cm width

Level of the pattern: intermediate/mediate.
You should know to crochet these stitches:
Chain (CH)
Slip stitch (SlSt)
Single crochet (SC)
Double crochet (DC)
Half double crochet (HDC)
Increasing (inc): 2 SC in same stitch
Back post half double crochet (BPHDC) - explained in the pattern
Back post double crochet (BPDC) - explained in the pattern

ENJOY THIS PATTERN :-)


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