I made this purse for my secret pal from Crochet List. I used a boa yarn I picked up at a dollar store with a strand of worsted weight yarn. I used my standard purse body pattern and just added handles I bought at Joanns. My standard purse patter is:
Ch desired width of purse
hdc along one loop of chain
2 hdc in end loop
hdc along opposite loop of chain
2 hdc in end loop
build up spiral style (do not join, just hdc in previous round) until you’ve reached the desired depth. To finish, decrease with 3-4 sc then slip stitch at a side.
I typically crochet the handles right on in the last round, but you can sew them on, too.
I love the copper color! This purse turned out great!
I made this for my secret pal in the last round of Crochet List’s Secret Pal Exchange. I made a pouch purse by chaining the desired length, and then doing hdc in each loop on one side, with three in each end, and hdc along the opposite side. I then built up spiral style till I had the depth I desired. The star is from a pattern I found online. I also lined the purse with cotton.
I made this for Tina for Crochet List’s handbag exchange. I copied the pattern of a purse that Robynn send me from the same exchange, because I really liked the ribbing. Essentially, I made a long rectangle of DC stitches and folded it to make the purse body. I did rounds of SC stitches around the top, chaining loops to make the handles, and doing more SC until I felt the handles were sturdy enough. I love how it turned out!
I made this for Mary for the Crochet List Handbag exchange. I used a black worsted weight acrylic with this awesome multicolored tinsel fun fur I had lying about my stash. I used black wooden handles I got at Joannes. It turned out great!
I made this purse for Donnie, for the handbag exchange on Crochet List. I am really pleased out it turned out! It is a super easy pattern; just make a large rectangle, fold in half, and crochet the edges together. Crochet around the top attaching the handles as you go, add a fancy button, and you’re set!
Made two of these while at the LCOW conference in Denver.
We have a craft fair coming up in December, so I’m making a few things here and there to sell at said event. Made this clutch out of some scrap chenille. I lined it with a satin fabric, gave it a zipper and a decorative button. I am pleased with it. : )