Aren’t the crochet cables on the Aisling Infinity Crochet Clutch just yummy? The name for this clutch pattern is pronounced Ashling. Aisling is an Irish language feminine given the name meaning ‘dream’ or vision’. And, totally appropriate for this crochet clutch pattern because I feel like so many around me have supported my dreams and visions. This is a great project to learn about Infinity Crochet. With an instructional video guide, you will be creating beautiful Infinity Crochet Cabling rows easily. So grab some yarn and jump right in!
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Modern with a twist the Aisling Infinity Crochet Clutch is a popping accessory. A great accessory for a fancy night out or a casual coffee date. I found I love using mine to hold my crochet hooks, it feels luxurious and my hooks deserve that lol. Dress this up with your own flair by adding tassels or a leather tab. If you have a machine such as a Cricut, I’ve included a link to download a pdf cutout to make it quick and easy to get a fun shape. This tab can be cut out in a variety of fabrics or even leather. It also includes holes for the Dritz-Sew-On Magnetic Snap found at Joann’s Craft Stores.
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Aisling Infinity Crochet Clutch Supplies:
• Cloudborn Wool Bulky Twist
• Approx.100 Yards 92 meters
Olive & Two Ewe colorway: A Pot of Pentas
Plymouth Yarn Homestead
Hobby Lobby I Love This Wool
Cascade Yarns Eco + or Ecological Wool
Classic Elite Yarns Big Liberty Wool
Madelinetosh Tosh Chunky
Mondial Bio Lana
- The Crochet Clutch is made by crocheting a rectangle, a portion of the sides are then folded and sewn together to create the clutch shape.
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