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Knitted bags

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Knitted bags. Get inspired and try out new things.

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Вязание

Моя 'ХОТЕЛКА!' / Вязание крючком / Женская одежда крючком. Схемы и описание

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Crochet Market Bag Free Patterns

Crochet Market Bag Free Patterns: a collection of crochet market tote bag, grocery bag, shopping bag for farmers market and grocery store, grocery storage

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Crochet Tote Bag XXL Size, Extra Large Tote Bag, Blue Bag, Extra Large Market Bag, Polyester Crochet

NEW COLORS: INDIGO and LINEN!!!Trendy and modern handmade big crochet shopping bag. Add this accessory to your daily image to diversify it and show your mood.• Color: INDIGO, LINEN, SILVER GRAY.• Handmade crochet rope handbag.• Item care: hand or machine wash (30 degree) without conditioner.• Lining: NO.• Zipper: NO.• Extra strong and flexible.• Suitable for all year round.• Amazing gift idea.Width: 20” (51 cm)Height: 16” (41 cm)Handle length: 16” (40 cm)Find PDF Pattern of XXL tote bag by link:https://www.etsy.com/listing/876326463/crochet-tote-bag-pattern-pdf-pattern?ref=shop_home_active_1&pro=1Shipping:• Packed and dispatched within 1-3 business days.• Tracking no. provided.• Worldwide shipping. FREE SHIPPING TO USA.IF YOU NEED SOME SPECIAL COLOR OF EXTRA LARGE CROCHET TOTE BAG PLESE SEE NEXT LISTING MADE TO ORDER:https://www.etsy.com/listing/833848650/made-to-order-crochet-tote-bag-xxl-size?ref=shop_home_active_3&frs=1OR LISTING WITH AVAILABLE COLORS:https://www.etsy.com/listing/834408839/crochet-tote-bag-xxl-size-extra-large?ref=shop_home_active_5&frs=1&crt=1• Due to handmade nature of this crochet bag, dimensions might vary slightly.• Please keep in mind that colors may vary slightly from the ones in photos.Thanks for visiting my shop!Contact me in case of any question.I’ll more than happy to get feedback from you!

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How to plastic canvas bag (Flower pattern)

สอนทำกระเป๋าแผ่นเฟรม ลายดอกไม้ แต่งด้วยมุกสีขาว ขนาดเล็ก น่ารัก แต่งตัวหวานๆ ลุคสดใสๆ เหมาะมากจ้างานนี้ทำนานกว่าทุกคลิปเลยจ้า คลิปจะยาวหน่อย เดี๋ยวแปะเวลาไว้...

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Pinterest Project: Cloth Bags

I'm a sucker for organization and decor. When I find time for Pinterest, I find myself constantly pinning baskets, boxes, shelving units, and other storage ideas. This little cloth bag caught my attention on so many levels: it's pretty, functional, non-breakable (I have a walking eight month old who is getting into EVERYTHING already), and I could make it myself since it's made entirely of fabric. As I skimmed the tutorial, I noticed that the author borrowed the cloth bag idea from yet another craft blogger (Don't you just love the Internet? So easy to share!). I learned from the original creator that you need to use interfacing to give these bags their nice shape. Interfacing is a material that stiffens a fabric by being ironed or sewn onto it. The blogger couldn't remember what type of interfacing she had on hand, but tried to describe it to her readers: "It's like a thick paper, not as thick as card stock, but thicker than printer paper." That got me thinking. Why would I have to buy special interfacing when it sounds like a stiff, yet flexible paper will do the same thing? I started searching around my apartment for paper products, and found my stash of paper grocery bags. They seemed like the perfect thing to try since they are bendable but still strong enough to carry groceries around. \ To make these bags, I cut 10-by-10 inch squares, five pieces of fabric for the outside (red patterned material), five pieces of fabric for the liner (four blue and one red), and five pieces of brown paper bag. I also cut two 10-by-4 inch rectangles for the handles. I decided to construct the outside of the bag first. I made a little fabric "sandwich" with the brown paper bag as the "bread" and my red patterned fabric as the "meat" (the "right sides" of the fabric were facing each other). The brown paper bags were surprisingly easy to handle with the sewing machine. This first seam joined one of the sides and the bottom of the bag. I continued sewing pieces together until all four sides were attached to the bottom piece. The giant "plus sign" should have fabric on one side, and brown paper bags on the other side. Next, I connected the sides. I sewed the side edges together with the fabric facing in, and then turned the bag inside out. Turning the paper inside out was probably the trickiest part of this whole process, but it didn't tear at all. I was already loving the way the paper was holding up the fabric so nicely. After making the outside of the bag, sewing the lining together was a piece of cake. You can see how the lining fits nicely inside the brown paper bag. To create a clean, finished top edge, I trimmed about an inch of the paper bag off. That way, I could fold the red patterned fabric over the edge. Then, I could sew the folded lining to the inside of the bag. I folded and pinned everything in place. Then, before sewing, I made the handle, which I wanted to be tucked between the pinned layers. The handle was constructed by sewing the long edges to each other, making an inside out tube. After turning it right-side out, I ironed the tube so that the seam was centered on one of the flat sides. Then, I sewed two seams along both edges of the handle to maintain the flat shape. Next, I pinned the handles in between the layers of the bag. Finally, I was ready to sew the top edge of the bag. Originally, I thought I would sew one continuous seam around the entire bag, but the side edges had too many layers. So, I decided not to sew over the corners at all. I sewed four separate seams, one on each side, carefully removing pins as I went, and sewing right over the handles when I came to them. The bag looked great, but I wanted to make even more defined edges. So, I flattened the edges of the bag and ran seams along each one. This created the sharp square lines I was going for. In the end, I made two more bags and gave the entire set of three to a friend for her birthday. I had noticed that she repinned my inspiration picture on her own Pinterest board. I love that Pinterest makes homemade gift giving so easy. You can snoop on friends' boards without them ever knowing, and you can be confident that they'll like what you make!

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Ravelry

Ravelry is a community site, an organizational tool, and a yarn & pattern database for knitters and crocheters.

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57 Bolsas Incríveis de Crochê 👜

Lindas opções de bolsas de crochê para você se inspirar e escolher o melhor look para aquele super evento ou passeio.

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