Cat Crochet Project Bag Pattern
Meow!!! What crochet bag isn’t complete without a cat! Fun, cute, and functional, the Cat Yarn Project Bag is awesome for keeping yarn and projects organized at home and on the go.
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5.0mm (H hook), or hook to obtain gauge
Tapestry (yarn) Needle
Leather strap for bag handle (I used an old belt)
2 cat safety eyes 18 mm
Large Eyelet Kit ¼ inch (6.35mm)- 2 grommets needed
Extra-Large Eyelet Kit 7/16 inch (1.1cm)- 3 grommets needed
Large & Extra Large
Quick Dry Fabric Fusion (Liquid Stitch)
¾ yard cotton or non-stretchy fabric
12-inch grey zipper
Handbag Swivel Clasps- set of two, optional
Sharp Needle and Thread
Hobby Lobby I Love This Cotton
Color A: 310 Dove (2 Skeins)
Color B: 06 White (small amount)
Color C: 300 Pale Denim (under 25 yards)
Color D: 254 Rosey (small amount)
Color E: 308 Pewter (small amount)
Possible Yarn Substitutes (always check gauge):
Lily Sugar’n Cream
Red Heart Creme de la Creme Yarn
Bernat Handicrafter Cotton Yarn
Yarn Bee Down To Earth
Knit Picks Dishie Yarn
approx. 460 yards
sc- Single Crochet
sc2tog- Single Crochet Two Together
sc3tog- Single Crochet Three Together
4 x4 inches
Single Crochet: 18 rows x 18 stitches
Bag Measurements in inches:
Folded in half and laid flat:
Height: 12 ½ inches, Width: 14 inches
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