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I think the name of the Happily Ever After Crochet Clutch Pattern says it all. After experiencing this quick and small project, you will be so happy with the results. This crochet clutch features a unique stitch, similar to what we used for the Journey Under The Sea Crochet Bag, and it's a crochet mimic to a knit stitch pattern.
With the Magical Crochet Stitches Course, you not only learn the techniques in the Happily Ever After Crochet Clutch Pattern but many more! This course will teach you how to get the knit look with the crochet hook. Each pattern is accompanied by not only written instructions but video tutorials as well.
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- Swirls on the Water Crochet Bag
- If The Slipper Fits Crochet Floor Pouf
- Cinderella's Knit-Look Crochet Pumpkin Pattern
- Happily Ever After Crochet Clutch Pattern
- Journey Under The Sea Crochet Bag
- All Cabled Up In Sunshine Socks
- Royal Antler Crochet Mock Cable Bag
- Enchanted Crochet Hat
Can Magical Crochet Stitches be worked in rows?
With the Happily Ever After Crochet Clutch Pattern, I show you how to create flat fabric. But because of the nature of the ssc stitch, it doesn't look great working in rows. It's absolutely fabulous in rounds. So the solution is a unique and fun one. We are going to do some crochet seeking.
What is crochet steeking?
Steeking is something we more commonly see in knit, but it absolutely can be done in crochet. We will create an area of fabric, mainly chain stitches, that we will reinforce and then cut. Yes, cut.
But before you have a panic attack, know this is an easy and stress-free crochet technique. Your fabric is not just going to fall apart on you. And the results are well worth the experience.
Can't get enough of the Magical Crochet Stitches?
There are already a few patterns that use this unique crochet technique, and more are on the way. Check out all the stitches in the Magical Crochet Stitches Course:
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Happily Ever After Crochet Clutch Pattern Supplies:
Size G (4mm) Hook - Use code Briana K for 15% off
Yarn & Yardage:
100% Cotton, 190yds/100g
Colorways shown: Inlet & Swan
Yardage is approx 100 yds (92m)
ch - chain
sc - single crochet
ssc - split single crochet
sl st - slip stitch
st(s) - stitch(es)
16 sts x 18 rows = 4x4 inches in ssc
Finished clutches that is closed, including
Width: 3, 3 ½, 3 ½ , 4 inches
Height: 5, 6, 7 ½, 8 ½ inches
The instructions are for the 4 sizes of hardware I found on Amazon. But this can be adjusted as more of a sleeve if you do not want to cut the fabric and use hardware.
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