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Ch 1 and fasten off your yarn. Round 1. To make the second flower and the remaining flowers for the first row you will need to make it like you did the first flower, only stop after the 15th petal chain, do not attach the 15th petal to the center of the flower YET you need to stop and give yourself a tail of about cms meter and a half or about 59 inches of yarn and then cut it, because you are going to need to do some weaving. Take your 15th petal ch and weave it into one of the flower petals of the first flower you made, then sl st. Ch 10 for 16th petal and weave it into the next petal on first flower, Sl st to connect and ch 1 fasten off.
Continue doing this for the remaining 5 flowers on this row. Round 2 and rest of flowers.
For row two, you connect your first flower of the row, like you did for row one. To connect the 2nd flower and all inside flowers, make the flower like before, only this time stop after the 11th flower and do not connect 11 chain yet, first weave it into the second flower from the top, using the two bottom petals, leaving two open petals to the left on the top flower, You will need the two loops for later sl st to join and ch 10, sl st to make petal numbers 13 and 14, ch 10 for petal 15 but weave it into first flower of the row, leaving two petals in between as seen in picture below.
Continue working the rest of the flowers in this row and the three remaining rows for small size purse. Until you have a flat 7 by 5 row rectangle.
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Ch 4 and sl st into beginning ch to form a ring, ch 6 and then leaving yourself about cms meter and a half or about 59 inches of yarn and then cut it. Continue around till you have all 8 petals connected. Continue to do this to all the open loops in between, making sure you grab all 8 petals, leave no loose ones. To start to make the handles, lay your work horizontally, with the longer side at the top, 7 flower side, and start at the top left corner. The corner flowers have 10 petals loose. You want to use 5 petals for each side, so separate 5 of the petals and sl st your desired color for the handles into the first of the 5 petals, then sc into next petal to the left.
Now next your doing a normal decrease st, by gathering up the next three petals one at a time and pulling up a loop like shown in the first picture, and pull through all 4 loops on your hook. Continue doing this to the next flower, gather up 3 more petals on the next flower and pull through all 4 loops.
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Continue this till you get to the last flower. When you get to the last flower, you will be working with 5 of the 10 loops again. You gather the first 3 petals of the flower like you usually do and pull through all 4 loops, but the next st you gather only 2 flower petals and pull through 2. Like shown above. Then you need to ch 1 and TURN your work, sc down the sts you just made by decreasing the flowers, on a small bag you will have 14 sts.
You need to do this until you have 6 sc rows, ending with the front side of the purse facing you. If you your doing a medium size bag I believe its 16 sts, and 18 sts for large. Whatever the size, stay consistent. After 6 rows and the bag is facing you, ch 1 and now you need to work down the side of the sc rows you just made, sc into the last sc you just made before the ch 1 and work along the side, getting back to the flowers again. Now your continuing your corner, and the other 5 petals of this flower. Gather 2 petals and sc them together, then continue as normally, gathering 3 petals at a time and decreasing, pulling through all 4 loops.
Continue until you get to the corner flower again. Again separate the 10 loops into 5, Decrease through 3, then decrease through 2. This is the end of this side of the bag so put a marker into this last st to mark the end of the row. Continue making the corner like before, gathering first 2 petals, then 3 and continue to the next corner where you gather 3 of the corner flower then the last 2 petals.
Like in the picture example above Finishing a corner. Ch 1 and TURN and sc 14 sts like you did before to make a total of 6 sc rows, making sure to count the 14 sts to stay consistent with this side of the bag. Working between your marker and the end of the row. This will be your last row of gathering, remember to start with 2 petals, then 3 until end of row, then gather 2 loops at the end of the row and start to sc up the other side of the original 6 rows of sc that you did, where back at the beginning. If your having trouble with the Single crochet Foundation stitch, maybe you will find the beginner video with slow motion helpful.
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I Accept. Now you will want to put a marker somewhere in the sc rows to mark that this is the beginning of the row. Once you sc to the top of the sc rows you want to sl st into the top of the first st of the horizontal sts and ch 2. If you want to be able to hold the bag on your shoulder but still be able to open it and get stuff out of it while still hanging off your shoulder do Once you have your 60 sl st your handle to the other side of the sc rows. I decided that I also wanted one for myself!
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So a few months back I made a start. This time I added a splash of colour by choosing some tones of green and teal. She also provides a link to the written pattern. The first step is to create the rectangle of flower motifs, with options for small, medium and large — add in extra motifs as required.
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Then you have to fill in the gaps between the flowers to finish off the square of fabric that you later pull together to make the bag shape. Because you have to weave your motifs together as you crochet, you need to cut the length of yarn before starting each individual one. The next part of the procedure is to make the handles.
Lastly, you have to sew a lining because the pattern leaves an open weave. You have to keep all your valuables safe!
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You can also sew on a button a crochet a loop on top for extra security. Like Like. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.