You deserve something nice, and even if you’re rushed off your feet, you’ve still got time to crochet this bag for yourself. It’s easy, so you’ll be able to do it while watching your favourite TV shows. “It uses the most common crochet stitches. Double crochet, trebles, chain and slip stitch are all you need to know,” says Kirstie McLeod, adding, “And because you crochet it in rounds, there’s very little sewing to do at the end.” The finished bag measures 26x29cm.
It would make an excellent small project bag as it’s roomy enough for a book or magazine, accessories and a couple of balls of yarn. Alternatively, it’s a great little handbag – though it may perform a disappearing act if you have teenage daughters!
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