Malia Shoulder Bag Free Crochet Pattern
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Malia Shoulder Bag Free Crochet Pattern and Video Tutorial

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A beautiful and neat project for the summer; Although it may be a little bit time consuming, it is very worthwhile. This gorgeous bag was made of Lion Brand’s 24/7 Cotton yarn to be a durable and washable accessory. You can follow the pattern or detailed video tutorials divided into 3 parts. Don’t forget to share your work in our Facebook Group The link to the pattern is below. Enjoy!

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Skills: Easy to Intermediate Yarn: Lion Brand’s 24/7 Cotton   Designer : Rebecca Langford

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3 comments

Lois Erdmann 3 July 2018 at 8:03 pm

Your tip to use a bobby pin as a marker for crochet has been a game changer for me. I don’t know why I have never thought of that before. I will also be using that for my knitting in the round projects where a regular stitch marker would fall out on me. Thank you!!
I am also delighted to discover using the Lion Brand 24/7 cotton yarn. It is wonderful to work with. I love the sheen as well as the fact that it does not separate. I am loving this yarn. I can see using this often and for far more projects than the dishcloths I associated with cotton yarn.
I love your clear instructions and explanations. I am working on your beach bag first but I will be making this one also. Thank you for making crochet less daunting for me.

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Debbie Keatley 10 July 2018 at 6:15 pm

You are an excellent instructor. Nice voice, clear instructions and you make the whole process seem doable. I haven’t started yet but will certainly do so. I will be looking for your other instructional videos for more projects. Thank you.

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Nikki Huntington 31 May 2019 at 12:00 am

Love the pattern! Thank you for your pattern and video! Made it for my daughter’s teacher and hope she likes it.

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