Friday, June 14, 2024

FRIDAY FUN DAY! Easy Lined Granny Bag Crochet Pattern

 FRIDAY FUN DAY!  
Easy Lined Granny Bag 
Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs


Today we are stitching up a super easy 
Crochet Granny Bag, 
and adding a Liner to the bag, 
with a pocket and bag strap.


This Bag is 14 X 14 inches with strong sturdy strap.
It will hold just anything.
Perfect for shopping at the market, using as a tote,
travel bag and even a purse.
It's got a pocket for your phone, keys or chap stick.


This Crochet Pattern for the bag is easy 
and works great on it's own.
Adding the liner, with a pocket and lining the bag
 strap makes super sturdy as well as super cute!

The Yarn Is Red Heart Super Saver Stripes
 in the primary colorway.
The fabric is duck cloth I ordered from Hobby Lobby
 that is a granny square print. 
So Cute and perfect for this bag.

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Easy Lined Granny Bag Crochet Pattern

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Skill: Easy
 
Materials:
For Bag:
Crochet Hook – H / 5mm.
Yarn- med (4) Acrylic yarn – Redheart Super Saver Stripes,
                        Primary stripes (4.oz.)
Yarn Needle
 
For Liner:
2 pieces - 15 x 17  inch Squares of Fabric of Choice
1 piece – 4 by 22 inches For bag strap  
1 piece - 6 X 9 inches - For pocket  
Needle and matching thread
  Or Sewing Machine and thread
Straight pins
Scissors
 
Crochet Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Space (sp)
Skip (sk)
 
Size:
14 X 14 inch bag, not counting the bag strap
2 X 20 inches – Bag Strap
 
Notes:
Ch1 Does not count as a st
Ch3 Counts as dc
Rounds are joined to ch3 with a slst
 
Bag Pattern: Make 2 Squares
 
R: 1 – Ch5, join in a circle, 2dc, ch1 in the circle
*3 dc, ch1* in the circle,
Repeat from * to * 2 more times, join to the ch3,
Slst in the next 2 dc, slst in the ch1 sp, ch 3 (4 sets of 3dc, ch1)
 
R: 2 – 2dc, ch1, 3 dc in the ch1 sp, ch 1,
*3dc, ch1, 3 dc in the ch1 sp, ch 1,
Repeat from * to * 2 more times,
Slst in the next 2 dc, slst in the ch1 sp, ch 3
(4 corners, ch1)
 
R: 3 -2dc, ch1, 3 dc in the ch1 sp, ch 1,
3 dc in the next ch1 sp, ch1
*3dc, ch1, 3 dc in the ch1 sp, ch 1,
3 dc in the next ch1 sp, ch1*
Repeat from * to * 2 more times,
Slst in the next 2 dc, slst in the ch1 sp, ch 3
(4 corners, ch1, and 4 sets of 3dc, ch1)
 
R: 4 - 2dc, ch1, 3 dc in the ch1 sp, ch 1,
3 dc in the next 2 ch1 sps, ch1
*3dc, ch1, 3 dc in the ch1 sp, ch 1,
3 dc in the next 2 ch1 sps, ch1*
Repeat from * to * 2 more times,
Slst in the next 2 dc, slst in the ch1 sp, ch 3
(4 corners, ch1, and 4 sets of 3dc, ch1 2 times)
 
R: 5 - 2dc, ch1, 3 dc in the ch1 sp, ch 1,
3 dc in the next 3 ch1 sps, ch1
*3dc, ch1, 3 dc in the ch1 sp, ch 1,
3 dc in the next 3 ch1 sps, ch1*
Repeat from * to * 2 more times,
Slst in the next 2 dc, slst in the ch1 sp, ch 3
(4 corners, ch1, and 4 sets of 3dc, ch1 3 times)
 
R: 6 – R: 12 – Repeat R: 5, increasing every row



 
Repeat R: 1 – R: 12, do not tie off after the 2nd square
You need 2 squares, a front and a back
 

Place the 2 squares together, right side out.
Sc down the side of the bag, 3 sc in the corner,
Sc across the bottom, 3 sc in the corner,
Sc up the side of the bag,
 


Working around The top of the Bag,
sc around the top of the bag,
Join to the 1st sc, 

1 sc in each ac around, join to the 1st sc,
tie off, weave in the ends.
 
Bag Strap –
R: 1 - Ch 7, sc in the 2nd ch from the hook,
Sc in each ch, turn, ch 1 (6 sc)
R: 2 – 1 sc in each sc across, turn, ch 1 (6sc)
 
R: 3 – R: 75 – Repeat R: 2
Strap is about 20 inches long



If a longer handle is wanted, st as many rows as needed.

Do not add the strap to the bag yet,
unless you are not adding the liner.

How To Make The Easy Bag Liner

Materials:
Cut 2 pieces of Fabric 15 X 17 inches – Bag liner
Cut 1 piece of Fabric 6 X 9 inches – Bag pocket
Cut 1 piece of fabric 4 X 22 inches – Bag Strap
Needle And Thread to match
Scissors 
straight pins
Iron and Ironing board
Sewing Machine Optional

Pocket –



I suggest ironing the pocket folds
Fold the top of the pocket down 1 inch,
fold under 1/2 inch And hem the top of the pocket.
 
Fold The Remaining 3 the same, do not sew them,
set them aside.


Bag Strap –
Fold and iron all 4 side in ¼ of a inch.
Fold in ½ and again iron.
Pin To the Crochet Strap and sew in place.
Set a Side.
 


Bag Liner-



Place and Sew the pocket 3 inches from the bottom of one of the squares,
centering it on the wrong side of the fabric.




Lay the 2 15 X 17 inch squares together, wrong side out.
Sew the 3 sides together
Square off the Corners, and trim them

Fold The top down 1 inch, then one inch again
Sew the top edge.

Slide Liner inside of bag, and sew the edge to the bag.


Place and sew on the bag handles to the sides of the bag, 
with the Fabric side down.

You can add buttons, flowers, bows, ribbons, appliques
 or any type of decoration your like.



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Tuesday, June 11, 2024

COFFEE AND CROCHET LIVE PODCAST With Sara Sach - "What's Going On At Joann's? And Yarnie Fun

 COFFEE AND CROCHET LIVE PODCAST
"What's Going On At Joann's?
And Yarnie Fun
With Sara Sach Of Posh Pooch Designs


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Yarn Of The Week Is 
Premeir Yarn
Puzzle Cotton Yarn
med (4) Weight
57% Acrylic 43 % Cotton
7 oz / 349 yards
12 Colorways



"Puzzle Cotton features everything you love about Puzzle, 
in an all-season cotton and acrylic blend. Beautifully 
wound into a unique beehive ball, each ball is made
 with multiple coordinating colors that combine to
 create ever-changing, softly blended stripes. 
This yarn is perfect for creating gorgeous sweaters,
 accessories, and yes, blankets!"

Go Look at All The Beautiful Colors At 


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How Is My Garden Doing 
2024 Video - LINK



FRIDAY FUN DAY!
Ponytail Visor Headband
Crochet Pattern And Video - LINK




Cloudy Day Pocket Scarf
Crochet Pattern and Video - LINK




Monday, June 10, 2024

Cloudy Day Pocket Scarf Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach

 Cloudy Day Pocket Scarf 
Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach of Posh Pooch Designs



The Cloudy Day Pocket Scarf is a great Father's Day gift, 
but The ladies will also love Scarf. It's a wonderful scarf
 for both the guys and the girls.
 The scarf is a a simple pattern and it fun stitch up.
the Pattern is what I call, 
"Sort of The Basket Weave Stitch".
It's similar but not exactly.
It has a wonderful texture, and those big roomy
pockets will make this scarf your favorite.

I Know Summer is upon on us, but I always get
 asked for new scarfs for Father's day. And you can 
start your Christmas presents early, because 
everyone will want one.
Don't Forget to make one for Your self.





I designed this Scarf using 
Premier Yarn
Puzzle Cotton Yarn
Med (4) Weight
57% Acrylic 43 % Cotton
7 oz / 349 yards
12 Colorways



"Puzzle Cotton features everything you love about Puzzle, 
in an all-season cotton and acrylic blend. Beautifully 
wound into a unique beehive ball, each ball is made
 with multiple coordinating colors that combine to
 create ever-changing, softly blended stripes. 
This yarn is perfect for creating gorgeous sweaters,
 accessories, and yes, blankets!"

Go Look at All The Beautiful Colors At 

The blending of the the acrylic and cotton yarn
 is a match made in heaven, and feels like heaven to wear.
 It is safe to wash it in the machine and tumble dry.

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Cloudy Day Pocket Scarf Crochet Pattern

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Skill: Easy
 
Materials:
Crochet hook – I / 5.5 mm
Yarn – Med (4) – Premier Puzzle Cotton/ Sun shower 9oz / 370 yds.
Yarn Needle
 
Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Front Post Double Crochet (fpdc)
Back post Double Crochet (bpdc)
 
Size: 9 X 36 Inches
3 chs = 1 inch
2 rows = 1 inch
 
Notes:
Ch3 Counts as dc
 
Pattern:

Scarf:

R: 1 – Ch 29, dc in the 4th ch from the hook,
1 dc in each dc across, turn, ch3 (27 dc)


R: 2 – 1 dc in the next 2 dc,
*fpdc in the next 3 dc, dc in the next 3 dc*
Repeat from * to * 3 more times, turn, ch 3
(15dc, 12 fpdc =27 sts)


R: 3 –1 dc in the next 2 dc,
*bpdc in the next 3 fpdc, dc in the next 3 dc*
Repeat from * to * 3 more times, turn, ch 3
(15dc, 12 bpdc =27 sts)


R: 4 - 1 dc in the next 2 dc,
*fpdc in the next 3 bpdc, dc in the next 3 dc*
Repeat from * to * 3 more times, turn, ch 3
(15dc, 12 fpdc =27 sts)



R: 5 – 1 dc in the next 6 sts, bpdc in the next 3 dc,
*dc in the next 3 sts, bpdc in the next 3dc*
Repeat From * to * 1 more times,
Dc in the last 6 sts, turn, ch 3 (9 bpdc, 18dc =27sts)
 

R; 6 - 1 dc in the next 6 sts, fpdc in the next 3 dc,
*dc in the next 3 sts, fpdc in the next 3dc*
Repeat From * to * 1 more times,
Dc in the last 6 sts, turn, ch 3 (9 fpdc, 18dc =27sts)



R: 7 - 1 dc in the next 6 sts, bpdc in the next 3 dc,
*dc in the next 3 sts, bpdc in the next 3dc*
Repeat From * to * 1 more times,
Dc in the last 6 sts, turn, ch 3 (9 bpdc, 18dc =27sts)


R: 8 - Repeat R: 6


R: 9 - Repeat R: 2

R: 10- Repeat R: 3

R: 11 - Repeat R: 2

R: 12- Repeat R: 3


R: 13 - R: 72 - Repeat R: 5 - R: 12
Alternating every 3 rows
If a long Scarf is desired Continue
to repeat as many rows as needed.
 


Pockets – Make 2 - 8 X 9 inches
 
Repeat R: 1 – R: 10
Sc across the top of the pocket,
Leave yarn attached

 
Place one of the pockets on the front of the edge of the scarf,
Sc evenly down the side, across the bottom and back up the other side.
Tie off, weave the ends in securely.
Repeat on the other side.



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Friday, June 7, 2024

FRIDAY FUN DAY! Ponytail Visor Headband Crochet Pattern By Sara Sach

FRIDAY FUN DAY!
 Ponytail Visor Headband
 Crochet Pattern
By Sara Sach Of Posh Pooch Designs




IT'S FRIDAY FUN DAY!


This Friday Fun project is as much fun to crochet,
 as it is to wear. I Love mine. Yes, I am keeping this one.


The Ponytail Visor Headband is a great Accessory to
 keep in your bag or purse, or just leave it in the car. 
Pull it out whenever it is needed. It's comfy to wear,
 and because it's a ponytail headband,
 you can throw you hair up in a pony tail or bun. 
It's perfect for short hair styles, also.
It's even great for the guys, Everyone will want one!



I designed it using Premier Cotton Sprout Worsted
 Multis And the colorway is called Fruit punch.
It's a Med (4) weight cotton yarn.


There are many lovely colorways in the yarn.
See All The colors at 
You will not be disappointed





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Ponytail Visor Headband Crochet Pattern

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Skill: Easy
 
Materials:
Crochet Hook – H / 5 mm
Yarn – Med (4) Cotton yarn – Premier Cotton Sprout 
                 Worsted Multis /Fruit Punch ( 2 oz. /100 yards)
Elastic ponytail Band
Yarn needle
 
Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitch (slst)
Single Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
2 Double Crochet Together (2dctog) Double Crochet Decrease
Skip (sk)
Space (sp)
 
Cross Stitch (crst)
Sk the next dc, dc in the next dc,
cross back and dc in the sk st
 
Size: Fits 22 – 24 Head
 
Notes:
Ch1 does not count as a st
Ch3 counts as a double crochet
 
Pattern:
 
R: 1 – Join yarn to the ponytail band with a slst, ch1
12 sc around the ponytail band, turn ch 1 (12 sc)


R: 2 – 1 sc in each sc, turn, ch 1 (12 sc)
 
R: 3 - 1 sc in each sc, turn, ch 3 (12 sc)


R: 4 – Dc in the next sc, and in each sc across,
 turn, ch 1(12dc)


R: 5 - 1 sc in each dc, turn, ch 3 (12 sc)


R: 6 – 1 Dc in the next sc, Crst 4 times,
1 dc in the last 2 sc, turn, ch 1 (4 dc, 4 crsts)


R: 7 – 1 sc in each dc across, turn, ch 3 (12 sc)
 
R: 8 - 1 Dc in the next sc, Crst 4 times,
1 dc in the last 2 sc, turn, ch 1 (4 dc, 4 crsts)

 
R: 9 - 1 sc in each dc across, turn, ch 3 (12 sc)
 
R: 10 - 
 1 Dc in the next sc, Crst 4 times,
1 dc in the last 2 sc, turn, ch 1 (4 dc, 4 crsts)


R: 11 - R: 42 –Repeat R: 9 And R: 10
Alternating rows


R: 43 - 1 sc in each dc across, turn, ch 3 (12 sc)


R: 44 - Dc in the next sc, and in each sc across,
 turn, ch 1(12dc)
 
R: 45 - 1 sc in each dc, turn, ch 3 (12 sc)
 
R: 46 - 1 sc in each sc, turn, ch 1 (12 sc)


R: 47 – 1 sc in each sc stitching over the ponytail band,
Tie off weave in the ends. (12 sc)


Adding The Visor:

R: 48 -  Join yarn to the 11th row, this will be a sc row,
Evenly sc 34 sts across to the 11th row
 on the other end of the headband,
Turn, ch1 (34 sc)


R: 49 – 1 sc in each sc across, turn, ch1 (34 sc)
 
R: 50 – 1 sc in each sc across, turn, ch1 (34 sc)


R: 51 - Dctog the 1st 2 sc, dc in the next 30 sc,
Dctog the last 2 sc, turn, ch 3 (32 dc)


R: 52 - dctog the 1st 2 sc, sc in the next 28 sc,
Sctog the last 2 sc, turn, ch 1 (30 sc)
 
R: 53 - dctog the 1st 2 sc, sc in the next 26 sc,
Sctog the last 2 sc, turn, ch 1 (28 sc)


R: 54 -  Sc in the each sc across
(28sc)
 
Sc evenly down the side of the visor, 
turn, slst back up the same side of the visor,
slst in each sc across the front of the Visor,
Sc down the other side of the visor, join to the headband with a slst,
Tie off weave in the ends.



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