Tivoli Purse by Crystal Marin

Tivoli Purse

August 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
7 stitches and 6 rows = 2 inches
in 7 sc x 6 sc rows
5.0 mm (H)
372 - 425 yards (340 - 389 m)
one size
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When I came across this beautiful sedge stitch I knew it would make a sturdy crochet purse. While it is highly likely I will stuff my new bag with more yarn, I wanted a purse that would hold a wallet and my notebook. Yeah I could fill it with all sorts of mom necessities, but sometimes I just want a small bag with the essentials!

The pattern includes a detailed photo tutorial on how to crochet on straps, plus more strap options. There is a video tutorial for the stitches used as well.

A few notes about this pattern:
Finished bag (unblocked) measures about 12”x 11.”

Materials needed for this pattern:

319 yds/292 m 6oz/171g of #4 worsted weight yarn, I used 2 balls of Lion Brand 24/7 cotton yarn in Ecru
Purse Straps, I got mine from Joann
5mm (H8) hook
Stitch Markers
Yarn needle and scissors

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