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Free crochet bottle bag pattern!

  Get your free crochet patterns here with inspirational eco yarns! Off out to a friend's house for dinner? A party? Double up as a gift and wine bag for your friends! Original gift, original bag to carry your bottle! I have been making these freeform for years and years, but now I thought I would put together a basic pattern to share. This bag is so easy and takes no time to crochet up! I have also made a few using sari silk ribbon with tassles. I will upload these in due course!  Materials:  6mm (UK) hook 2 x 100g chunky banana yarn. Washing Instructions: Dry Clean/Handwash in a light detergent.  Note: Due to the inconsistences of this yarn and...

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Free crochet shoulder bag pattern.

Sari silk ribbon chunky crochet bag pattern and it is free!   This is a very simple step by step guide to make this chunky big shoulder bag. Just add a big button and some lining! You can even add a little freeform into this crafting endevour if you wish to produce colourful added texture. Purchase a bag of loose end and weave them in wherever you like. If you want to loosen the crochet stitch for a row or two to produce a loose weave in the main body of the bag adds a little individuality to it! See below image. Notice the ends woven into the design, and a bit of loose weave!   You will need a...

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Good evening everyone! Since we are in mid swing of the first day of relaunch of our website there are some 'things' not quite up and running yet! To kick us off here is a FREE KNITTED BEANIE DIY PATTERN below using our cotton and banana yarn. The softest ethical yarn in the universe. More to come!  Beautiful knitted beanie pattern written by the lovely Saskia from Saskia's Ark. Known for her bespoke knitted toys, she has written a beanie pattern especially for us!      Yarn: 2 x 100g balls of cotton and banana yarn – use the yarn from both balls to double the strands.   Needles: 4mm Double Pointed Needles or Circular Needles alternatively this pattern can be used on...

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