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Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Versatile Circular Shoulder Bag –Full written pattern

Hello,

I saw this bag in one of the e-shops for an unbelievably high price. I could not find a pattern for it, so I wrote one. It is probably not exactly same as the picture I saw but I think it is pretty close. Making the bag is easy and fast.



I think it is a very versatile and practical shoulder bag – you can use nearly any material you like and you can make the bag any size you like. This bag can accommodate more than just necessities. 

The pattern is made for a bag cca 40cm (16’’) in diameter and 5cm (2’’) depth. 
You can vary the size of your bag by using different type of material and size of hook and/or adding/taking off the rounds of the bag.
The pictures are there to help guide you through the crocheting, and supporting the written pattern for this bag. I think a patient and dedicated beginner will manage as well.

I am providing the pattern for this versatile bag for a symbolic price only, and you can find it here:



Have a nice day
Clara






Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Retro Romantic Bag with a Fringe – Full written pattern

Hello,
I spent my holiday on one beautiful Greek Island. Quite a few of the Ladies were wearing all sort of stripy retro crocheted bags with a fringe. I really liked it.

When I got home I tried to come up with something similar and here it is. My version of a summer, romantic, crossbody bag with a fringe. It is not a bag for heavy shopping but big and strong enough for all necessities.

The pattern is made for a bag cca 30cm(12’’) wide and cca 30cm(12’’) high at the most, where one square measures cca 22,5cm x 22,5cm (9’’ x 9’’), diagonally cca 30cm (12’’). You can vary the size of the bag by using different type of material and size of hook and/or adding/taking off the rounds of the square.

The pictures are there to help guide you through the crocheting, and supporting the written pattern for this bag with a fringe. I have added a little chart as well. 

I am providing the pattern for this very romantic bag for a symbolic price only, and you can find it here:

Friday, September 21, 2018

Backpack and sacks – denim re-purposing ideas

Hello,
For the Summer I made a backpack for myself, and sacks for both my daughter and me.
Take these pictures as denim re-purposing inspirations.

I’m not a professional sewer and I have very little sewing skills, all from Youtube only. I wouldn’t dare to write instructions of how to make those items. You can see you don’t really need much to make nice fashionable sacks. Just a bit of dedication, few pairs of interesting jeans and some stickers, bubbles or buttons you find at home. I got most of the material in local charity stores – all for less than 10 pounds.
My only enemy was the time – I did “waste” quite bit of time thinking and preparing how to do it. But I’m not sorry; the bags came out excellent. We are using them a lot; perfect for holidays or school and nobody else has got the same one. 


Have a nice day
Clara

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Circular vest– free chart and basic instructions

Hello,

The Summer time pasted really quickly and I was unbelievably busy. So busy, that I was neglecting my blog a little, which I can only apologize for. I wasn’t lazing around and I crocheted and sewed a few items.




I custom made another “Circular vest”. This vest is very versatile; you can wear it all year around. I wore this vest while I was pregnant as well. 
The size is rather universal and fits most of the body shapes and sizes, or you can adjust the size by changing the size of the hook and/or material. You can use any material which suites your purposes.
This vest can be worn with jeans as well as with a more formal outfit.

Unfortunately I don’t have the written instruction for the vest but you can find a free chart and basic instruction here:

http://emmhouse21.blogspot.com/2015/04/flowers-everywhere.html

Have a nice day
Clara

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Summer poncho– full written pattern, charts

Hello,
Summer is here. For this time of the year I have made a pattern for a light, soft poncho with a border. You can wear it with jeans as well as with a more formal outfit.

The pattern is made to fit most sizes. The front with the edging is measuring cca 75cm (30”), the arm with the edging is cca 55cm (22”). One square measures cca 12 x 12cm (4,8’’ x 4,8’’).

For this poncho I used cca 250g of soft baby acrylic yarn suitable for 3mm hook, where 50grams = 330meters of yarn. You can use any material which suites your purposes.

It is crocheted by joining flower motives together; the drawing of how to connect the squares is part of the pattern.
There are many pictures and charts plus a drawing to help guide you through the crocheting, and supporting the written pattern. I do believe this pattern is suitable for a dedicated beginner as well.

You can use the basic square pattern to make scarves or any other garments.

I am providing the pattern for this Summer Poncho top for symbolic price only, and you can find it here:

or here:
https://www.etsy.com/listing/604300898/crochet-poncho-pattern-shawl-scarf-wrap?ref=shop_home_active_1

Have a nice Summer
Clara


Friday, March 30, 2018

Summer Pineapple Square top– full written pattern and charts

Hello,

Summer is coming very fast again and I think there are never enough pineapple tops.
I made pattern for a very nice Summer pineapple square top.
For this top, size M, with sleeves (you can make it sleeveless as well) I used 400g of soft baby acrylic yarn suitable for G/4mm hook.
The choice of the material is up to you. I suggest you make one square, check the size, use smaller or bigger hook to achieve cca 12 x 12cm (4,8’’ x 4,8’’) square. You can make the top smaller or bigger by using different size of the hook.
The tops back and front are crocheted by joining flower motives. The sleeves are crocheted in rounds.


There are many pictures and few charts to help guide you through the crocheting, and supporting the written pattern. I do believe this pattern is suitable for a dedicated beginner as well.

I am providing the pattern for this Summer pineapple top for symbolic price only, and you can find it here:


Thursday, March 1, 2018

Pineapple earrings with beads– full written pattern

Hello,
Today I would like to share with you a pattern for beautiful pineapple earrings.
Although I love to, I’m not usually wearing longer earrings. With these earrings I did make an exception. I made them in three colors and I’m wearing them as well.



They are very easy and fast to make – a one evening project.
The size of the earring is dependent very much on the size of the hook and the material you will be using. I worked with Aunt Lydia’s Classic Crochet (size 10) cotton, but any material which suites your purpose is just fine. I added a few beads to make the earrings look even more interesting, but the beads are optional.
 

There are pictures to help guide you through the crocheting, and supporting the written pattern for these earrings.
I’m also confident that this written pattern is suitable for a dedicated beginner as well.

I am providing the pattern for a very symbolic price only, and you can find it here:

or here:

Have a nice week
Clara