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My (sub)Lime stash bag

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I bought a huge stash this past weekend from my son's trumpet teacher. At the suggestion of a fellow raveler and crocheter, I made a stash bag from my favorite stash bag pattern. Using some vintage dazzle aire from Caron® and this pattern from the Purl bee, I made this bag and filled it with stash. You can read about this adventure here.

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That lime color is fabulous! Love your bag!

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I really like the idea of crocheted bags to contain my stash. I just grabbed the pattern and plan to make a few. I'm wondering how much yarn (yardage wise) you think it takes for one of these bags? I'd like to use some of my handspun yarn but I don't know if I have enough and hate the idea of starting and then having to frog it. Maybe I should use some acrylic for the first one to get a feel for it.

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Very nice. I love the lime green. It looks so fresh.

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Love it.. The color is wonderful!

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Nice! Love the color!

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I think I used to have that same Dazzle Aire yarn, same color! :) Cool bag. I would need about 50 to hold my yarn stash.;)

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I'm about halfway to fifty myself. It is a completely fun bag to make, and the design is beyond brilliant.

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