Goodness, what a title to a blog post!
But it does mean that the pattern is here. Once again I’ve created a handy PDF file that you can download from here safely.
I’ve also created a separate file with a photo tutorial of the special stitch repeat that this design uses. It’s a really simple increase method, but is convoluted and makes me scratch my head and I came up with it!
What You’ll Need
4 x 25g mini skeins of Scheepjes Catona*
1 x 50g skein of Scheepjes Catona*
4mm crochet hook
A tapestry needle to sew in your ends.
Cute scissors (one can never have cute enough scissors).
You can pick up the yarn via any great Scheepjes retailer in the Netherlands, or via Wool Warehouse* and Deramores* internationally.
Click below to go straight to the pattern:
and the The Granny Smith special stitch
Or, clicking on any of the images in this post will take you straight to the pattern too.
Don’t forget to share your finished bags on social media, you can tag and follow me just about everywhere: on Instagram, Pinterest, Ravelry and Facebook. I love seeing your finished results!
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Here they are!
I had this idea about a year ago, but it has taken me this long to actually find the time to sit down and figure out my idea on paper and in yarn.
I’m so happy with the results! I had to take my shopping out of the Red Delicious to actually photograph it – I’ve been using it every single day since I finished making it!
And do you know what the best part about these bags are? Look:
They fold up into little purses that can fit straight into your handbag or bike bags and you don’t have to worry at all about all the space they’re not taking up!
The bags are designed using the mini skeins of Scheepjes Catona, which you can pick up at loads of great retailers in NL and Belgium, or via Deramores internationally (they ship everywhere!).
The pattern is now live, you can find it HERE!