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Lacy-Flap Purse

Bag Body
The body of the bag is approximately 15" x 11"
x 5".
note: the body of the bag is worked around the
base rectangle. Do not turn.

Row 11: Ch 2, hdc in BLO around the entire


edge of the rectangle. Try to put in at least 10
hdc into the short side. hdc in each st along the
long sides. Mark the first st of each row. Do not
join each row, work in a spiral to the top. (116 –
in theory, if you put 48 on ea long side and 10
on ea short side)
Rows 12-16: hdc around. (116)
Row 17: hdc around, hdc dec on the long side
at all 4 corners. (112)
7oz. worsted weight green wool Rows 18-22: Repeat row 12. (112)
.5 oz. worsted weight blue, cream and maize Row 23: Repeat row 17. (108)
wool Rows 24-28: Repeat row 12. (108)
K hook Rows 29 - 35: Repeat row 17 for all odd rows.
Yarn needle Repeat row 12 for all even rows. (104, 104, 100,
Sharp sewing needle and thread to match wool 100, 96, 96, 92)
and lining fabric.
1/2 yd fabric for lining Join with a sl st to the first st. Fasten off and
5 – 6 mm beads weave in ends.

Terminology Flap closure


Hdc = Half-double crochet Terminology
Sl st = Slip Stitch Ch-1 v-stitch = dc, ch 1, dc in same st
Hdc dec = yo, insert hook in 1st st, yo, pull Ch-3 v-stitch = dc, ch 3, dc in same sp
hook up through st (3 loops on hook), yo, Shell = 5 dc in same st
insert hook in 2nd st, yo, pull hook up through
st (5 loops on hook), yo, pull through all 5 Row 1: ch 2, 5 dc in 2nd ch from hook, turn. (5)
loops on hook. Hdc complete. Row 2: ch 2, dc in same st as joining, dc inc in
BLO = Back loops only ea dc, turn. (10)
Row 3: ch 2, (dc inc, dc) across, turn. (15)
Bag Base Row 4: ch 2, (ch-1 v-stitch, sk next dc) 9 times,
The base of the bag is approximately 15" x 5". dc in last st, turn. (9 v’s, 2 dc)
Row 5: ch 2, (ch-3 v-stitch in ch-1 sp) 9 times,
Ch 50 dc in last dc, turn. (9 v’s, 2 dc)
Row 1: hdc in 2nd ch from hook, hdc in each Row 6: ch 2, 4 dc in ch-3 sp, (5 dc in ch-3 sp) 7
chain to the end, turn. (48) times, 4 dc in last ch-3 sp, dc in last dc, turn.
Row 2-10: Ch 2, hdc in each st across, turn. (48) (45 dc)

© 2006 Little River Fiber Arts - Lauren Irving This pattern is intended for your personal use and charitable donation only. Please do not post this
pattern on anywhere else on the web or claim it as your own. Please feel free to link to this site. The items you make belong to you and you may sell
them at craft fairs as long as you give me credit as the designer. Please ask permission before selling online. Selling in mass to retail or wholesale
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Lacy-Flap Purse
Row 7: ch 1, sc in same st as joining, (sk 2 dc,
shell in next dc, sk 2 dc, sc in sp between 5 dc
group) 9 times, turn. (9 shells)
Row 8: (ch 5, sk 2 dc, sc in 3rd dc, ch 5, sk 2 dc,
sc in sc) 9 times, turn. (18 ch-5 sp)
Row 9: sl st 3 times to center of ch-5 sp, ch 1, (sc
in ch-5 sp, ch 5) 17 times, sc in last ch-5 sp,
turn. (17 ch-5 sp)
Row 10: (sc, hdc, dc, tr, dc, hdc, sc in ch-5 sp)
17 times, sl st into last ch-5 sp.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Strap
Row 1: ch 6, join with a sl st to the first ch. Lining
Rows 2-100: sc in ea st around. Lay fabric down on a flat surface. Fold fabric in
half so the fold is at the bottom of the purse
Fasten off and weave in ends. and there 1” of fabric above the opening of the
purse. Lay your purse flat on the fabric,
Flower leaving 1” at top for the opening. Using a
Row 1: Ch 4, join with a sl st to form a ring, marking pen trace along the sides of the purse
Row 2: (ch2, 2 dc, ch2, join with a sl st to the to from the top to the widest point of the purse.
ring) 5 times. Then continue the line straight down to the
fold. Cut out your lining 5/8” from the sewing
Fasten off and weave in ends. line you just drew. Leave 1” at both sides
opening of lining. Sew along line you marked.
Felt all items in a zippered pillow case. (Really
important to use a zippered case to keep all of Fold the side seam of the lining onto the center
the little bits together). Roll in a towel to of the bag. You will now see a point at the
squeeze out the excess water. Leave to dry. bottom corner of the bag. Measure 3” from
Stuff the bag with towels to maintain the point onto the lining. Draw a line
shape. perpendicular to the side seam of the bag. Sew
along this line. This will make a little flap in
When dry use matching thread to sew the flap the lining that looks like a triangle. Repeat for
to the center back of the bag. Place the straps the other side.
2” into the bag and sew the strap to each side
of the bag. Sew the flowers to the points 5, 7, 9, Fold down the 1” excess at the lining opening
11, and 13 of the flap. Sew the beads to the and press. Place the lining into the bag. Pin the
center of the flowers on points 5, 7, 11 and 13. lining in place. Using a hemming stitch, sew
Place flap over bag. Sew the bead for the the lining into the bag.
flower at point 9, leave enough length to allow
the bead to slip through the center of the If desired, add a patch pocket to the lining
flower. Wrap thread around the thread holding before sewing the side seams.
the bead in place to create a center post.
© 2006 Little River Fiber Arts - Lauren Irving This pattern is intended for your personal use and charitable donation only. Please do not post this
pattern on anywhere else on the web or claim it as your own. Please feel free to link to this site. The items you make belong to you and you may sell
them at craft fairs as long as you give me credit as the designer. Please ask permission before selling online. Selling in mass to retail or wholesale
stores is prohibited. Contact me with questions at laureni526 at yahoo dot com.