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  1. Here is my latest recycled bag project. It is called a Japanese Knot Bag as it features the Japanese-styled closure. It has a short and a longer crocheted handle and you close it by pulling the shorter handle through the longer one. Full details and also the free crocheted pattern can be found here.
  2. Just finished up this recycled tote that I crocheted mainly with Safeway brown bags. I used some red newspaper bags for the stripe. This bag features dual handles so you can either grasp it on the hand grip or swing the long strap over your shoulder. More info and pattern directions found here if anyone is interested. Finished size is 13" x 13" with 30 inch long shoulder strap.
  3. Here is a few of the market bags I've done.
  4. ** THIS CAL HAS ENDED ** Hi all! I'm hosting a Summer Fun Crochet of my Pacific Beach Bag. I just love this design so much! It has great texture and unique handles that are quick and easy to make. The best part is, you don’t need to line it! There are also some great prizes to be won. You can get all the important details on my blog here: http://crochiq.com/summer-fun-crochet-along/ PS. I'm hosting the event in a Facebook group, but participants can also share progress pics and post questions in this thread. - Harlee
  5. This is my take on a Tunisian Entrelac Tote Bag from a Ravelry pattern. The colors turned out so nice and summer like. It reminds me of a beach ball.
  6. I have made two more bags to give to two women who run a board and care where my cousins have lived for years. These women are absolutely amazing, and I cannot say enough good things about them. They are 110% crochet worthy, so I made two of these bags for them as a way to say thank you for all that they have done through the years. One of my cousins recently passed, and the other has cancer. Through it all they have been at their side and treat my cousins as if they were family. These are extraordinary people, and I hope I have achieved making them each an extraordinary bag. Here is a blog post with a couple of pictures of the smaller one all on its own.
  7. Here is my bag for summer, and here is a link a blog post that includes more photos:
  8. I recently saw some Japanese knot bags and just loved them. I thought it would be a good project for a recycled tote crocheted out of plastic bags. Here is my Japanese Plarn Tote Bag and link for the free pattern.
  9. My mom loves apple-picking so I thought this would make a nice mini apple bag for her. It's a tote done in pineapple lace stitch, and it fits about 2-4 skeins of yarn, 5-6 apples, or even... wait for it... 1 pineapple! I decided to add a rose for some pop of color. Here are the patterns, hook sizes, and yarn I used: Yarn: Caron Simply Soft (Dark Red), and a worsted weight green/brown/white variegated yarn I got a while back (...can't remember the brand name, sorry) Hooks: 3.25 mm and 3.5 mm for the rose / 3.75 mm for the bag Patterns: Pineapple Lace Market bag and Rose Merry Xmas Eve~! - Di
  10. I was inspired by some beautiful overlay crochet motifs I saw on Pinterest and decided to make a pattern of my own and put it on a cute tote to carry around my projects in progress. My flower is not as bulky looking as other overlay crochet motifs I have seen because it doesn't overlay multiple rows over the entire motif. I used the technique sparingly to give the flower some dimension. Pattern available here. The pattern is written in great detail and includes in-progress pictures to help explain it better. Enjoy! Feel free to check out my blog for many more FREE crochet (and knit) patterns and project ideas.
  11. This is a project I made for my mom. I should have used a 4.5 mm hook to get the gauge, but here it is (and here is my last blog post on the topic):
  12. A crazy, colorful handbag, looking like a patchwork of different fabrics. It’s entirely worked in tapestry crochet and embellished with fancy chain-embroidery patterns. Borsetta Lucia features double black handles and fantasy optical design patterns on its front and back side. Dedicated to Lucia the betrothed. Pattern available: @Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/designers/nt-maglia @Craftsy http://www.craftsy.com/user/1570660/pattern-store @Etsy https://www.etsy.com/shop/NTmagliaCrochet
  13. The .pdf eBook includes 4 popular NTmaglia bag patterns: - Borsona Varenna - Borsona Bellagio - Cestona Mandello - Sacchetto Millerighe Available in http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/nt-bags-n1
  14. A roomy tote bag for everyday use. It is covered with adorable colorful fruit-bubbles and features two handles that fit securely on your shoulders. The crochet pattern, easy and fast to work, is funny and stylish. Ideal handbag for grocery shopping! Pattern available in: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/sportina-tuttifrutti http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/sportina-tuttifrutti-tote-bag-pattern/79945
  15. A crazy, colorful handbag, looking like a patchwork of different fabrics. It’s entirely worked in tapestry crochet and embellished with fancy chain-embroidery patterns. Borsetta Lucia features double black handles and fantasy optical design patterns on its front and back side. Dedicated to Lucia the betrothed. Pattern available in: http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/borsetta-lucia-handbag-pattern/73095?_ct=iuqhsx-kdyluhiqb-huikbj-fqjjuhd&_ctp=73095
  16.   A bright, soft, maxi-tote-bag featuring traditional granny squares in a very stylish design. Ideal for the beach, for traveling and for shopping. Fast to make using robust Egyptian cotton yarn and reinforced rigid borders. Dedicated to Varenna, the wonderful town on Lake Como. Pattern available here @Craftsy: http://www.craftsy.com/user/1570660/pattern-store?_ct=fhevybu-ikrdql-fqjjuhdijehu @Etsy http://www.etsy.com/shop/NTmagliaCrochet @Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/designers/nt-maglia
  17. An extra-large multi-colored shopping bag, perfect for traveling and for a trip to the beach. It’s a large striped, pierced sack, with reinforced borders and strong handles. Dedicated to Bellagio, the wonderful town on Lake Como. Free pattern available @Ravelry http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/sources/nt-maglias-ravelry-store @Craftsy http://www.craftsy.com/pattern/crocheting/accessory/borsona-bellagio-crochet-tote-bag/57421
  18. My duffel bag turned out great, but I think that I made the strap too long. Of course, I already attached it and weaved in the ends. I am afraid to go digging around to find the ends, in an attempt to remove the strap...any other ideas. I was thinking of making a "shoulder pad" by overlapping the strap at the top where it would sit on your shoulder. I would appreciate any other ideas. I made this for my grand daughter and want to send it to her next week. The strap is approximately 2 inches wide. If I leave it as is, the bag would land just at or below her hip, I am guessing. Thanks, Lori
  19. I'm just in the mood to go to the beach, but there's no time for a vacation right now. So here is the result of my sandy obsession. I used hemp jewelry cord to crochet the bottom of the bag. I started with a basic single crochet rectangle, then love knot stitch in the round till that section was about 3 inches tall. Then broomstick lace in cotton yarn in the round (this was wonky to do, but I like the way it came out.) The top is a thicker novelty yarn, which I found at hobby lobby. I think it was yarn bee "mimic" but I'm not certain. I dare not show you the lining. I can crochet anything, but I'm a complete failure at needle and thread. I used a combination of canvas and out door fabric samples to make a really sturdy lining. The handles were purchased years ago... no idea where. It's fun to carry! Wish I could have documented it better while I was making it. I don't think I'll ever get this one into a pattern worthy of sharing.
  20. Here is my latest recycled plastic bag tote. It's basically crocheted with white plastic bags and I added a red and blue stripe to pretty-up the white bags. Like most it's hard to find pretty colors but the stripes only took about 3 bags of each color. Here is the plarn pattern details if anyone wants to crochet this tote bag.
  21. My Fresh Air Bag pattern pub'd in today's CEY Web-letter, Issue 292 http://www.classiceliteyarns.com/WebLetter/292/Issue292.php
  22. Some tote patterns I have done up, but a few in a CAL recently did them up as pillows and they were really beautiful. Available for purchase at http://www.sonsuray.com/afcat1.asp?type=stainglass
  23. Totes and bags I'm making to go with tops or alone. These will be available in my CAL only. 16 x 15", 18 x 18", or smaller depending.
  24. Here is my newest recycled round striped plastic tote bag that I crocheted for a reusable grocery tote for me. My other plarn grocery tote is falling apart after years of use. This bag features a round 12" base. It's crocheted using plastic bag yarn but could be done in chunky yarn or double strands of worst weight yarn held together.
  25. mpurdy

    Felted Tote

    I recently finished this felted tote and just had to share. I haven't made a bag in quite some time, but I think this one is a keeper and has inspired me to make more!
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