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Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Fat Bottom Bag, FO



Fat Bottom Bag from Stitch and Bitch, The Happy Hooker, by Debbie Stoller

Yarn: stash, Bernat Gloucester cotton
Handles: plastic bamboo look rings
Decor: silk ribbon flowers

This was a very fast project and I love how it turned out. When loaded up with my big fat wallet (fat with all those store cards, heh, not $$) it hangs down. Sarah from Aloha Knitters who got me obsessing on this bag mentioned that a lining would be a good thing as small objects and needles can fall through the crochet.


Hmm, I got me some blue Gloucester cotton left over too!

11 comments:

keohinani said...

cute! the flowers are a nice touch. i thought linings were to keep the bag from losing its shape when you stick stuff inside? hmmm....i should hurry up and finish mine so i can see for myself...

Toni said...

Yes, very cute! I've been too lazy to line the bags I've made and it's true things (knitting needles) poke thru sometimes.

debbie said...

your bag is very pretty - did you make the flowers too? such a nice accent! that one's a keeper!

mysticalfeet said...

Very pretty. Will you carry your knitting in it tomorrow eve?! How's Klara coming?

mk said...

!!kawaiiiii!!

Lolly said...

OH cute!! I love it, Barb! Once again, I need to learn how to crochet...

aija said...

Very cute!

Sandee Yo! said...

Cute bag! :-) Love the colors too!

Cathi said...

Love the bag- did you make the flowers yourself?

vanessa said...

very cute!

Dipsy D. said...

Gosh, this looks amazing, it's so very cute, and I really love the accent that the flowers give! Great job!