Crochet Summer Clutch


Crochet Summer Clutch

Crochet Summer Clutch
Crochet Summer Clutch

"You’re going to love to crochet this pattern. The crochet Summer Clutch is such a rewarding pattern & it works up fast. Nothing’s like a great quick crochet pattern. It’s such a fun crochet idea to crochet, especially since you can find fabric yarn is such great colors & patterns. What’s especially neat about the crochet Summer Clutch is that you can use recycled fabric to make it. Either yarn from your own old clothes or from fabric waste. So don’t be afraid to play with colors on this one, have some fun!"


Crochet HookQ or 16mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeMeasured in with back loop slip stitches crocheted in the rounds.

0,8 stitches and 0,86 rows per cm // 8 stitches & 8,6 rows per 10 cm.

2 stitches and 2.2 rows per inch // 8 stitches & 8.6 rows per 4 inch.

Finished SizeWidth: 26 cm / 10.2 inches measured at the narrowest. The overlapping closing measures about 28 cm / 11 inches. Height: 16 cm / 6.3 inches measured on the back of the bag.

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I knew this bag looked like it was made from t-shirts yarn the moment I saw it. And the author was right, you are going to love this clutch. One, because you can use some of that t-shirt yarn you've already made meaning this will cost you nothing and two, this pattern is super easy yet the bag looks elegant.

What a sweet little clutch. I read the directions and they don't get much easier. It's a simple basic stitch pattern. And it's very well written so you can easily follow along. This is one project that you can use as the base and then add embellishments to make it to fit the occasion.

So very pretty and feminine, and ready to go to the beach or a cruise. I cannot believe how simple this is to construct. It looks like a million bucks. I don't think I could find a clutch like this at a store that I could afford. I'm cheap like that! I prefer magnetic closures on mine. What about you?


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