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3537125 Small String Bag Crochet Pattern

3537125 Small String Bag Crochet Pattern

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 © Gilly Bettney 2008 version 1.0
Page 1 of 5The main body of the bag is done in the round, so you’ll need a stitch marker. Thefinished size is approximately 20 cm/8 inches deep and 25 cm/10 inches wide (un-stretched), whilst the bag opening is 20 cm/8 inches in diameter.The internal pocket is made first and attached to the bag as the bag is worked. Itmeasures approximately 9 cm/3.5 inches wide by 10 cm/4 inches deep. You can changethe size of your pocket by making it wider or deeper, or even add in extra ones to suityour needs.Tension is not important for this pattern, so feel free to use whichever cotton yarn youhave to hand.
Cord Stitch
This is simply double crochet that is crocheted from left to right (with the right side facing)and produces a lovely sturdy finish to your work. If you have trouble with this stitch, it canbe replaced with a row of slip-stitches instead (with either the right or the wrong side ofyour work facing).
L
ITTLE
S
TRING
B
AG
 
Materials
150g/300m Patons 100% cotton DK1 button, 15mm/ ½ inch diameter
Hook
4mm/G
 
Techniques Required
 
Chain stitch (ch)Slip stitch (ss)Double crochet (dc)Cord stitch
 
 © Gilly Bettney 2008 version 1.0
Page 2 of 521 ch, leaving a long end of yarn to use for sewing the pocket side with.
1.
 
Right side: 1 dc into the second ch from the hook. 1 dc into each ch to end. 1 ch,turn (20)
2.
 
1 dc into each, 1 ch, turn (20)
3.
 
Repeat row 2 until the work measures 21-22 cm, a total of approximately 51 rows.Ending with the right side facing.
Next row
: Wrong side: 1 dc into next 10, 7 ch, 1 dc into last 10 dc. 1 ch, turn (20)N.B. these 7 ch forms the button loop, you may need to make it larger or smallerdepending on the yarn you are using and the size of the button you have chosen.
Next row
: Right side: 1 dc into each dc of the previous row. Keep your work in front ofthe ch loop, 1 ch, turn (see images below) (20)
Last row
: 1 dc into each (20).Finish off, leaving a long end for sewing. Fold the bottom edge of the pocket up so that itis just under the button loop. Sew down both sides of the pocket. The pocket is now readyto be inserted into the bag. Don’t forget to sew on your button. Place it on the front of thepocket, ensuring the loop fits around it.
Pocket
Forming thebutton loop.The finished button loop
 
 © Gilly Bettney 2008 version 1.0
Page 3 of 55 ch, ss into the first ch to form a ring
1.
 
6 dc into the ring. Continue in spirals, without joining each round
2.
 
2 dc in each dc around (12)
3.
 
*1 dc into the first stitch, 2 dc into the next. Repeat from * around (18)
4.
 
*1 dc into each of the next 2 dc, 2 dc into the next. Repeat from * around (24)
5.
 
*1 dc into each of the next 3 dc, 2 dc into the next. Repeat from * around (30)
6.
 
*1 dc into each of the next 3 dc, 2 dc into the next. Repeat from * around (36)Continue increasing in this manner, increasing 6 stitches each round, until you reach96 stitches.
17.
 
*1 dc into each of the next 14 dc, 2 dc into the next. Repeat from * around (96)
18.
 
*3 ch, miss the first dc, 1 dc into the next. Repeat from * around, ending with 3 ch
19.
 
Miss next 2 dc, 1 dc into the next 3 ch loop of the previous round. *3 ch, 1 dc intothe next 3 ch loop. Repeat from * around, ending with 1 dc into the first 3 ch loopformed at the start of the round
The end of round 18 and the start of round 19
20.
 
Repeat round 19
21.
 
*5ch, 1 dc into the first 3 ch loop. Repeat from * around, ending with 5 ch
22.
 
*1 dc into the next 5 ch loop, 5 ch. Repeat from * around, ending with 5 chRepeat round 22 three more times.
26.
 
*1 dc into the next 5 ch loop, 7 ch. Repeat from * around, ending with 7 chRepeat round 26 twice.
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