Friday, May 27, 2011

new crochet pattern - hanging storage pouch.

We would like to introduce you to our newest crochet design, Hanging Storage Pouch by Tara Schreyer.


 

We all desire to be a little more organized! But where to put everything? Here is a creative way of gathering up all those little odds and ends around the house and make them look good!! These hanging pouches are perfect for holding your little ones favorite stuffies, pj's and toys. Works in the bathroom for holding facecloths and all your beauty essentials. Don't forget the mudroom - have pouches set about to catch all the gear and winter wear that gets shed all over the floor.

This crochet pattern calls for the following stitches: single crochet, double crochet, front post double crochet and back post double crochet. It is worked using two strands of cotton, making it a fast project. The double strand also makes it sturdy while the stitches used give it plenty of stretch.

Finished measurement:
10" across when laid flat; 11" from bottom to the top front edge, and 13.5" from bottom to top of handle.



tara.

3 comments:

  1. Just bought this pattern. I cant' wait to use it to make some hanging baskets for our coat hooks which are usually empty during the summer months. Maybe some for the kids rooms to hang on the door knobs. Possibilities are endless :)

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  2. Hi,
    Just so I am completely sure, this pattern is written in American crochet terms, isn't it? I am aussie but taught myself to crochet on the Internet and have learned US terms, and have just bought this pattern on craftsy,and want to be sure I'm not making silly mistakes! Thanks, Sarah.

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    1. Hi Sarah,
      Thanks for your purchase. Yes, the pattern you purchased is in US terms but I also do have it written up in UK terms if it would be easier for you. If you wish to have the UK version, just send a quick email to knotsewcute@gmail.com and I will be able to send it off to you via email.

      Here is a link to another blog post that you might find helpful for your project: http://knotsewcute.blogspot.ca/2011/06/help-with-hanging-storage-pouch-crochet.html

      Thanks so much!
      Tara

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