# Needleworkmonday: Crocheted Purse As Gift For The Bride

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Hello everybody,

Just off the hook this morning.

Yesterday, early morning our neighbor whose house is 200 meters away from us, visited us. She invited us on their wedding, Oct 01, lunch time. We accepted her invitation. When she went home, hmm my mind was busy thinking what will be my gift to them. I do not have time to go to the mall because I am taking care of hubby who was hospitalized last week, I can't leave him alone by himself. So, I checked my yarn stash what I can diy. Grateful I still have tiny cord left to make a purse for the bride and I plan another gift for the groom and another one for their one year old daughter.

After lunch, I started making the granny square with tiny cord and chenille for the flower using my double ended crochet hook 3/4 or 1.50mm/1.75mm for I want a tighter stitch result.

Then, the one granny square became two...

Joining another one square to complete the one side another three squares joined together for the body of the bag.

I then added rows of double crochet for the upper part plus the handle.Very easy to locate the boundary because of the squares.

After making the handles, additional rows of double crochet at the bottom combining fuschia pink color because I only have one roll of light pink tiny cord.

Then, making the base bag was the problem how many starting chains should I make? Solution: I counted first the double crochets of the body of the bag. In order to come up with same number of stitches with round 4 of the base. I draw first the final number of stitches on the oblong for both sides, it must be 34 chains to match the stitches.

I was correct with my calculations.

Joining together the body of the bag and the oblong base with slip stich was easy peasy! Perfect counting, 108 stitches all around. That was why I made right away the bag.

This morning, I just weave ends and using a lighter to secure the ends.

And, added the handmade button at the center by just knotting the tiny cord and crocheted the lock.

I showed it to hubby and asked "will the receiver like my gift?" because for me my work is not perfect. What do you think guys?

Thanks for dropping by...

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Ang ganda nyan sis and Im sure very matibay pa. I wish I knew hiow to make bag base as you did.
Im sure that the bride will be very happy when she receives her gift. happy hooking sis

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Thank you Sis, if you will make your bag just pm me we can calculate the base.

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dyan ako di marunong sis, . wala pa akong stiff nag materials now, hehe magpapaturo ako someday ha .

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So thoughtful of you, this is looking so beautiful, this has actually safe you the cost of buying a gift for the couple and also the time of going out.

Sorry about your hubby's health, I hope he's getting better? I wish him quick recovery.

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Thank you much @bimpcy truth if the materials is just available it can save time to go to the mall and buy something, much better our own diy.

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Beautiful!

Knitting bags from Grannys is very exciting, waiting to see the completed shape is always motivating.

Your work is very nice, the color is very striking. I love it.

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Oh thank you very much you like my gift, too. Now, I am confident the bride will love it.

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Kailangan po ata talaga may talent pag ganyan at marunong po sa math. Hehe. Galing po ng gawa nyo.

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Ay thank you much nagustohan mo din ang bag gift.

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That is a pretty purse @ jurich60.

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Yeah, thanks much you like the purse/bag also Sis.

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Beautiful 💐💖🌹🌺.

This is really stunning, I see more people making and wearing knitted clothes these days.
It seems like knitting is the new fashion. Caps, shoes purses and beautiful cups holders and the likes, all crotcheted....
Very thoughtful of you to gift her something this beautiful.
May God watch over your family and grant your hubby quick recovery.
Well done dear @jurich60.

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Thank you very very much you like what I diy. Yes, I think the fashion this year are knitted and crocheted wearables.

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What a wonderful gift! I love it!

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Thank you very very much, you appreciate my diy gift bag.

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Hola amiga, ese bolso esta increíblemente hermoso. me gusta el hilo que utilizaste para tejer la flor, se ve suave y su color resalta entre los demás. de seguro todos querrán tener uno.

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Gracias @carolinacardoza amiga, yes this tiny cord materials is really good for a bag and durable.

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This is a beautiful grannies bag´.
I like it very much. Thanks for sharing this proyect with us.

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Very nice and colorful! That’s handmade. They will appreciate it for sure!

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Thank you Sis, hope the bride will like it.

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A few weeks ago I saw in the local market that they were selling purses similar to yours. Their designs were beautiful, but when I heard the price (about 2 dollars) I knew something was wrong.

I knitted an amigurumi with that type of yarn and it's not easy at all, it's as if the crochet slips when I knit, which makes my fingers strain every stitch. Very good idea to use a lighter. Best regards and great work.

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Thank you, yes many I also saw in the stores handmade so cheap, very discouraging. Yes, to crochet tiny cord is hard.Grateful my hands are use to it. I use this materials since 1999.

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Ang ganda Ate! Girl na girl kaayo kay pink!

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