This one was made from two old Lycra tops cut into strips and then knotted together, with all the knots left on the outside of the bag. I stretched the fabric as I crocheted, which made the end result quite firm.
Another made from fabric, this time a silky shimmer fabric, cut into one continuous long strip. With all the raw edges left, it has a lovely Boho shabby chic texture.
And finally, this one IS made out of wool, but then I felted it in the washing machine! This makes it look like a moulded piece of fabric, very strong and sturdy.
Well Lucy, I hope you enjoyed my little crochet bag tour. So, even if you one day run out of yarn (highly unlikely I know! lol ) you'll always be able to find something to crochet with!
Love the bags, especially the wool one - very girly.
Oh my goodness - bag heaven - are you going to send these to the Fat Sheep??
Nope! These have all, already been sold! Except the plasic carrier bag one and thats mine, I keep wool in it!
Now they are really great little bags! but I have to add that your Bunnies are the best ever! I really love the little girl one in the pink dress...do you think Jude would be annoyed if I got him a girlie one!
Carol, what a lovely idea, 'twins'!
Oh Fi, your bags are wonderful, I can't get over them! So unique...very inspiring.
I'm loving making mine, although I think I've made it a bit too big (I got carried away with the stripes and couldn't bare to frog it when I realised how big it had become).
I'm just now practicing making some flowers to decorate it with, very exciting.
Thanks so much for thinking of me, you are such a sweetie :o)!
How clever you are - I especially like the bag made from garden twine. Love those crochet bunnies too.
Fabulous bags hunny, I especially like the one made from twine...what a great idea! x
I love all of them!;-)
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