Stash Crochet Bag with Gaynor White
Bags, Bags, Bags • Educational, G, 20-Jan-2023
Ever wondered what to do with all those left over yarns? Gaynor White has the perfect solution, a chunky crochet stash bag.
In this comprehensive workshop Gaynor explains all the steps to make this beautiful bag.
Beginning with continuous rounds in double crochet she demonstrates how to make a flat circle for the base. Followed by a simple linen stitch to grow the sides of your bag. Ending with basic handle which can be any length that works for you.
This project uses up all your odds and ends and can be as big or small as your stash allows.
For a copy of the stash bag pattern and more projects from Gaynor White check out her pattern designs on Ravelry
Workshop notes are available for subscribed members.
Check out the community crochet group Gaynor runs called The Barkham Hookers.
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