Saturday, 28 May 2011

Ruffle Bag Free Pattern

Ruffle Bag Pattern

This is a quick rough draft of the pattern as it’s one of the very first patterns I wrote.
If there are any problems please do not hesitate to contact me.
I used chenille but the pattern is flexible and should convert to other yarns.
It is easy to convert to the size you require.

This is a Crochet Pattern in US Terms.
You will need the following:
Crochet Hook - size 3.5 mm/E
Cotton Chenille Yarn 4 ply (fingering)

1 yarn needle
Terms
CH – Chain
HK – Hook
SC – Single Crochet
DC – Double Crochet
SS – Slip stitch


Front of Ruffle Bag
Ch 62
Row 1)                   DC in 4th ch, DC rest (total 60)
Row 2)                   Ch1, sc in each DC
Row 3)                   Ch 3, in front loops only, dc in 1st sc, Ch 1, *2 dc in next sc, ch1* repeat across to last sc, (dc, ch3, sl st) in last sc, turn
Row 4)                   Ch 1, working in unused back loop of Row 2, sc in each loop across, turn
Row 5)                   Ch 3, dc in each sc across, turn
Row 6)                   Ch 1, sc in each dc across, turn
Rows 7- 58)         [repeat rows 3-6] 13 times
Rows 59-67)       [repeat rows 5-6] 4 times
Row 68)               Ch 1, sc in each sc across, fasten off




Back of Ruffle Bag
Ch 62
Row 1)                   DC in 4th ch, DC rest, turn (total 60)
Row 2)                   Ch1, sc in each DC, turn
Row 3)                   Ch3, Dc in each sc, turn
Row 4)                   Ch 1, sc in each dc, turn
Row 5-67)           [repeat rows 3-4] 31 times
Row 68)                 Ch 1, sc in each sc across, fasten off




Attach front to back.  I tend to sew them together inside out.






Strap
Ch 11
Row 1)                 sc in 2nd ch, sc across, turn (10)
Row 2)                 ch 3, dc in each sc across, turn (10)
Row 3)                 Ch 1, miss dc, sc across, turn (9)
Row 4)                 Ch 3, dc in each sc across, turn (9)
Row 5)                 Ch 1, miss dc, sc across, turn (8)
Row 6)                 Ch 3, dc in each sc across, turn (8)
Row 7)                 Ch 1, sc in each dc (8)
Row 8)                 Ch 3, dc in each sc across, turn (8)
Row 9 - required length) [repeat rows 7-8]
next row)             Ch 1, 2 sc in 1st dc, sc in rest dc across, turn (9)
next row +1)       Ch 3, dc in each sc (9)
next row +2)       Ch 1, 2 sc in 1st dc, sc in each dc across, turn (10)
next row +3)       Ch 3, dc in sc across, turn (10)
next row +4)       Ch 1, sc in dc across, fasten off.

I am attaching the handles on the side so they are attached to both the middle and the back.



Patterns are just for your own personal use. Do not distribute the pattern without permission.  You may sell the items you make but please give credit to me for the pattern.
If there are any problems with the pattern or you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact me.
Susand1408@gmail.com http://www.crochetaddictuk.com/              ©Crochet Addict UK 2013 



Esto es sólo un primer borrador pero quisieron anunciarlo tan pronto como posible.
Frente
Ch 62
Reme 1: DC en el ch cuarto, descanso de DC (totalice 60)
Reme 2: Ch1, sc en cada DC
Reme 3: Ch 3, en lazos delanteros sólo, Dc en primer sc, Ch 1, *2 Dc en próximo sc, ch1* repite para durar al través sc, (Dc, ch3, sl san) en último sc, la vuelta
Reme 4: Ch 1, trabajando en el lazo no usado de espalda de Fila 2, sc en cada lazo al través, la vuelta
Reme 5: Ch 3, Dc en cada sc al través, gira
Reme 6: Ch 1, sc en cada Dc al través, gira
Las filas 7- 58 [repita filas 3-6] 13 veces
Las filas 59-67 [repita filas 5-6] 4 veces
Reme 68: Ch 1, sc en cada sc al través, abrocha lejos

Espalda
Ch 62
Reme 1: DC en el ch cuarto, descanso de DC, gira (totalice 60)
Reme 2: Ch1, sc en cada DC, la vuelta
Reme 3: Ch3, Dc en cada sc, la vuelta
Reme 4: Ch 1, sc en cada Dc, la vuelta
Reme 5-67 [repita filas 3-4] 31 veces
Reme 68: Ch 1, sc en cada sc al través, abrocha lejos

Conecte frente a la espalda. Tiendo a coserlos juntos de cabo a rabo.

Correa
Ch 11
Reme 1: sc en segundo ch, sc al través, la vuelta (10)
Reme 2: ch 3, Dc en cada sc al través, la vuelta (10)
Reme 3: Ch 1, el fallo Dc, sc al través, gira (9)
Reme 4: Ch 3, Dc en cada sc al través, gira (9)
Reme 5: Ch 1, el fallo Dc, sc al través, gira (8)
Reme 6: Ch 3, Dc en cada sc al través, gira (8)
Reme 7: Ch 1, sc en cada Dc (8)
Reme 8: Ch 3, Dc en cada sc al través, gira (8)
Reme 9 - longitud necesaria [repita filas 7-8]
Próxima fila: Ch 1, 2 sc en primer Dc, sc en el descanso Dc al través, gira (9)
Próxima fila + 1: Ch 3, Dc en cada sc (9)
Próxima fila + 2: Ch 1, 2 sc en primer Dc, sc en cada Dc al través, gira (10)
Próxima fila + 3: Ch 3, Dc en el sc al través, gira (10)
Próxima fila + 4: Ch 1, sc en Dc al través, abrocha lejos.

Conecto los asideros en el lado así que son conectados a tanto el centro como la espalda.

Como puede ver de la imagen yo no he terminado todavía pero tan pronto como yo tengo anunciaré otra imagen.

Isto é só um primeiro esboço mas eu quis colocá-lo o quanto antes.
Frente
Cap 62
Reme 1: DC em 4o cap, descanso de DC (soma 60)
Remem 2: Ch1, sc em cada DC
Remem 3: Cap 3, em laços da frente só, dc em 1o sc, Cap 1, *2 dc em próximo sc, ch1* repetem do outro lado durar sc, (dc, ch3, st de sl) em último sc, volta
Remem 4: Cap 1, trabalhando em não utilizado de volta laço de Fila 2, sc em cada laço do outro lado, volta
Remem 5: Cap 3, dc em cada sc do outro lado, vira
Remem 6: Cap 1, sc em cada dc do outro lado, vira
As filas 7- 58 [repetem filas 3-6] 13 vezes
As filas 59-67 [repetem filas 5-6] 4 vezes
Remem 68: Cap 1, sc em cada sc do outro lado, aperta fora

Costas
Cap 62
Reme 1: DC em 4o cap, descanso de DC, vira (somam 60)
Remem 2: Ch1, sc em cada DC, volta
Remem 3: Ch3, Dc em cada sc, volta
Remem 4: Cap 1, sc em cada dc, volta
Remem 5-67 [repete filas 3-4] 31 vezes
Remem 68: Cap 1, sc em cada sc do outro lado, aperta fora

Anexe frente para apoiar. Eu tendo a costurá-los juntos às avessas.

Tira
Cap 11
Reme 1: sc em 2o cap, sc do outro lado, volta (10)
Remem 2: cap 3, dc em cada sc do outro lado, volta (10)
Remem 3: Cap 1, dc de senhorita, sc do outro lado, vira (9)
Remem 4: Cap 3, dc em cada sc do outro lado, vira (9)
Remem 5: Cap 1, dc de senhorita, sc do outro lado, vira (8)
Remem 6: Cap 3, dc em cada sc do outro lado, vira (8)
Remem 7: Cap 1, sc em cada dc (8)
Remem 8: Cap 3, dc em cada sc do outro lado, vira (8)
Remem 9 - comprimento necessário [repete filas 7-8]
Próxima fila: Cap 1, 2 sc em 1o dc, sc em dc de descanso do outro lado, vira (9)
Próxima fila + 1: Cap 3, dc em cada sc (9)
Próxima fila + 2: Cap 1, 2 sc em 1o dc, sc em cada dc do outro lado, vira (10)
Próxima fila + 3: Cap 3, dc em sc do outro lado, vira (10)
Próxima fila + 4: Cap 1, sc em dc do outro lado, aperta fora.

Eu anexo os cabos no lado então eles são anexados a tanto o meio como o costas.

Como você pode ver do quadro eu não terminei ainda mas logo que eu tenho eu colocarei outro quadro.

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24 comments:

  1. I love your ruffled bag! What size hook do I need?

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    1. It was 4ply Chenille white with 3.5mm hook US size 4/E

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  2. I used a fine chenille so it was only a size 3.5mm which is a US size 4/E. To be honest I would use the hook that is the right size for the yarn you are using.

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  3. Newest Linky follower here. That is adorable. Thanks so much for the pattern. Stop back by and follow me back when you get a chance.

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  4. a very nice bag - just added this to my Pinterest Board !!!

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  5. Hi...I can't wait to make this as I am a crochet addict also! But I have one question. On the strap part, you say next row +1 or next row +2. I am not sure what that means. i would appreciate you explaining that if you would. Thank you.

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  6. Debbie, you make the strap to the length you want by repeating rows 7-8. Once it is nearing the desired length you then do the rest of the pattern. the +1, +2 are just the row numbers. Hope this helps.

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  7. I like the style of the bag. what material did u use and what hook size

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    1. It was 4ply Chenille white with 3.5mm hook US size 4/E

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  8. I love that style in that purse.

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  9. How much of the fine chenille did you use? And what brand? Thanks!

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    1. I'm really sorry I didn't make a note of how much I had used. I bought a huge cone of 4ply Chenille white so didn't make a note of how much I used. I used a 3.5mm hook US size 4/E

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    2. I bought a cone of chenille from ebay so there wasn't a make

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  10. Do you have te video of tis project?

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  11. Sorry I haven't. It was one of the first patterns I ever wrote.

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  12. This is just what I have been looking for to crochet for the "Country Store" at my granddaughter's school fair! I only hope I can finish it in time (mid-April).

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  13. What are the dimensions of the bag as pictured?

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    1. It's just the row numbers, You make the strap to the length you want. You then just follow the rows (ignore the + it's just to show the difference in row numbers).

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