Friday, 26 July 2013

Gift Bag

I am loving my crochet at the moment!
Today I wanted to create a little gift bag and this is what I came up with. Hope you like it.
 
purple gift bag with lace tie


lilac gift bag with ribbon tie



http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/mariannas-crochet-gift-bag


 
Gift Bag

Requirements:
 DK yarn

 4mm crochet hook

 ribbon or lace trim
 

 Pattern:

 
This pattern is written in UK terminology.         tc = treble crochet        dc = double crochet

 
Foundation Chain:   chain 20

 
Round 1:   1tc in third chain from hook, 2tc in every second stitch along chain (18sts),

and then continue in the same way along the bottom of the chain, making 2tc in in every other stitch . (36sts in the round).

 

 

Join with a slip stitch.

 
Round 2:   chain 3 and make 1tc into the first 2-stitch group, 2tc in each 2-stitch group all around. (36sts).  Join with a slip stitch.


 
 
Repeat round 2 until the work measures 15cm (or the desired length).

Edging Round:  chain 2 then make 4tc in the same stitch, 1dc in each of next 3sts,  *5tr in next stitch, 1dc in each of next 3sts repeat from * to the end of the round.  Join with a slip stitch.

Darn away ends.

Thread a ribbon or lace through the bag, and tie a bow.
 


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9 comments :

  1. These would suit many occasions and your tutorial is well written. I think even I could attempt one of these!!

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    1. Thanks Una. Positive comments spur me on - I have never attempted a tutorial before. I chose an easy project to give it a go!

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  2. Your gift bag is really beautiful! I will give it a try very soon!
    All your crochet designs are amazing!
    Have a wonderful weekend! xxBarbina

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    1. Hello Barbina. I can write knitting patterns with no problem but I am new to crochet pattern writing. My confidence is growing slowly ....
      I am glad you like my designs. Thank you for following me. X

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  3. This is such a great idea. Thanks for the tip :-)

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  4. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern. The bag is lovely.

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  5. Cute little bag! Thank you for sharing the pattern!

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  6. Exactly what i was looking for!! Making loads of these to put some chocolates in for Christmas!! Thank you!! <3

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