This reminds me so much about grandma's crochet projects. Great work! And what a cute little bug you have :o)
It must be the Norwegian in me. :-)Thank you I.H.!
Très original et ravissant, jolie création :)
Thank you Domy! Your constant sweet comments keep me going!
You did it again! My inspiration...now I know what my next project will be. One of these adorable, colorful and fun bags.
And you already know how to make the roses. :-)We are kindred for sure!
Love the purse! Tutorial or pattern?? So cute.
The top part is the granny roses joined with sc. The striped part is the striped part from the hippie dress pattern by Mrs. Wild at wildaboutcolor.blogspot.com. *Then 2-3 rows of single crochet and then a row of alternating 3 dc and a sc followed by a few more rows of sc. A chain with slip stitches all the way down is then woven in and out of the 3 dc and 1 sc row. The very top is the same as * but I put a couple of wooden beads on the ends. The straps are just a chain with dc coming down each side. :-)Hope that helps.Since so much of it comes from the pattern I purchased from Mrs. Wild I don't feel right about publishing the pattern for the purse; however, I think you can figure it out from her pattern and my explanation.
That is so well made..tutorial or a cal would be great
Please see reply above and thank you!
Oh, that is so cute, with wonderful colours. And a big idea. I love it.Lisa
It's fabulous Astri, you are very clever to think it up, just love it :)
Totally gorgeous bags Astri.....I love them! Perfectly modelled too!Carole
Love it! Lovely mix of colours and stitches.
It's so gorgeous! SO cute! And Little Bug makes a beautiful model :) Maggie xx
Kjempefine, dinnje må eg prøve å lage :-) Ha nettopp lært meg å hekle, so bli nuk en sjølstudert versjon :-)And I wrote my comment in Norwegian dialect to challenge you a little :-P Please let me know if you need it translated ;-)