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SnB:HH Fat Bottom Bag CAL

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Oh I LOVE it!! Great job.

I've made several of these and they are so easy. Can I ask how you made a bigger one? Did you use a double strand or make the starting chain longer?

All I've ever used is Caron one pounds and a bigger hook. And I follow the pattern.

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I myself prefer crocheted handles. I like making them so I can use them on my shoulder but I make them short enough to be able to just carry it too. I make mine using the "I Cord" I think that is what it is called. Sort of a tubular cord. I make them a little shorter because of stretching. Next time I make one tho I will also use a 10 or 3 thread along with it to help keep it from stretching as much.

I'm hoping to find some I cord...I'd like to use it for the same reason, to prevent the stretching.

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All I've ever used is Caron one pounds and a bigger hook. And I follow the pattern.

 

Thank you. I will have to try that!

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hello

i`m half way through my bag and counting

hope i`ll line it today :yep

but as i see it`s not giant although it`ll be lettle bit bigger than the regular one :think

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Oh wow, this CAL is still going strong!

 

Great Job Lorena on FBB, it makes me want to make another one again!!

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I am still working on mine...using 2 strands of sport-weight and a slightly larger hook. It is coming along nicely, I will post a pic when I am done. :clap

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Can anyone help me with this pattern? I have the body of the bag done, but for some reason, I have no idea where to start the handle flaps and how to start them? can anyone help me, please?

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ok, i've never done anything more adventurous than a round ripple. this bag souns so cool. is it hard? i'd love to try. please share your thots, & advise for a 1st timer. i'd like to hear from you b4 going to the expense of buying the book. thanks in advance!

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ok, i've never done anything more adventurous than a round ripple. this bag souns so cool. is it hard? i'd love to try. please share your thots, & advise for a 1st timer. i'd like to hear from you b4 going to the expense of buying the book. thanks in advance!

 

Nope, not hard at all. In fact, it's super easy. This blog provides instructions for lining the bag.

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OK, I've bought Peaches & Cream Double WW to try my hand at this bag. I got as far as where you have to add stitch markers. I don't have any, & not sure how to use them. Will pick it back up when I get the stitch markers. Have to move at the end of August; don't want to get into anything that will side track me from packing (yuck). I hope the Dbl WW works out well, I bought 3 diff cones, hoping to make 3 Christmas presents.

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OK, I've bought Peaches & Cream Double WW to try my hand at this bag. I got as far as where you have to add stitch markers. I don't have any, & not sure how to use them. Will pick it back up when I get the stitch markers. Have to move at the end of August; don't want to get into anything that will side track me from packing (yuck). I hope the Dbl WW works out well, I bought 3 diff cones, hoping to make 3 Christmas presents.

 

You can also use spare scraps of yarn or safety pins.

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