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    Have yarn, want purse

    Anyone have a good simple party purse pattern for either crochet or knitting? I've got 50g (~140 yards) of a lovely shiny and matte yarn that works with size 8 knitting needles or about a G hook or so, but I don't have a pattern...

    Here's the yarn, though it's more pink in real life:

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    i think this is pretty:
    http://crochetme.com/Feb_Mar_2005/patt_fleuri.html

    you could make it smaller than that, and it would look like you were carrying a sparkly flower!

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    Quote Originally Posted by belleepoque
    i think this is pretty:
    http://crochetme.com/Feb_Mar_2005/patt_fleuri.html

    you could make it smaller than that, and it would look like you were carrying a sparkly flower!
    oooh, love that little bag... maybe i can convince me lil sis to make one for me.... (hint hint)

    and i think if you could come up with something like that with that shiny yarn, it would look great!


 

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