Hexagon Bag

I made this for myself

Created by: Sandra A

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    I made a hexagon tote bag using leftover cotton dk from my stash. I used Lucy of the Attic24 Hexagon How-to:
    http://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/2008/11/hexagon-crochet.html and a crochet along tutorial by Alice Merlino for the Hex Tote:
    http://www.futuregirl.com/craft_blog/labels/the%20hex%20crochet-a-long.aspx
    I used the layout from The Hex at Speckless:
    http://www.hellospeckless.com/the-hex/
    I made mine about 40 squares (10 wide by 4 deep folded in half). Finished bag 5 wide by 4 deep about 38cm by 40cm.
    Half hexie pattern to go with Attic24 hexagons:
    http://meanyjar.blogspot.com.au/2013_01_01_archive.html
    I did an edging of 2 rows dc, one row granny triples (3 treble in ch, sk 2 ch), one row dc and one row reverse dc (crab stitch).
    I used handles from Summer Fun Market/Beach Tote - 60cm long. I didn't join in the middle, but increased at the end of the handle to match.
    https://www.thestitchinmommy.com/2014/07/summer-fun-market-beach-tote.html

    Pattern

    Yarns

    Needles & Hooks

    • Crochet Hook 4.00mm (US 6)

    Measurements

    38cm x 40cm

    Notes: About 40 squares ( 10 wide by 4 deep folded in half ). 5 wide by 4 deep finished size.

    Tags

    • Bags
    • Women

    Craft

    craft-crochet Crochet

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate

    Status

    project-state Complete
    Started on: Feb 7, 2018 Finished on: Feb 17, 2018
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