For the bag, use polypropylene No.3 and crochet hook No.4. You start by creating a chain with 42 stitches, which will form the basis of your bag. Around it, throw perfect pinwheels at each point, until you complete 25 rounds. Increases will only be made in the first 2 rounds. So the chain with the first 2 rounds will form the bottom of your bag. Once you have completed the 25th round, crochet single crochets on one side only for 14 more rows to create the bag lid. Then you take the fur yarn and a No. 3.5 crochet hook and starting at the base of the bag knit perfect whorls in each stitch. Each time you knit a row, turn your bag over and continue knitting the corresponding row from the back of the bag. You can also comb the fur at the end of each round. Finally, you place the mesh inside your bag, pin the lining onto it and sew with a needle.
You will need:
2 macrame number 3
1 strand of fur
1 pair of scissors
1 crochet hook size 4mm
1 crochet hook size 3.5mm
1. Take polypropylene yarn and crochet hook number 3 and knit 42 chains.
2. In the second loop of the chain, cast an empty carousel, which you mark with the marker (where the increases will be made). Knit up to the penultimate loop of a large carousel.
3. Knit 3 double crochets into the one remaining stitch. You continue knitting (circular) double crochets in the lower loops of the original chain as well, until you reach the penultimate stitch. Knit in the last remaining stitch 3 double crochets and remove the stitch marker.
4. Next, knit a double crochet in the back loop of this stitch and insert the stitch marker. You continue throwing perfect spins until you reach the triple point of the corner.
5. As soon as you reach the 3 double crochets that you knitted in step 2, make in each of them 2 double crochets in the back loop, that is, you create 3 pairs that will form the corner of the bag.
6. Continue to the next stitch by casting from a perfect carousel until you reach the triple knot of the other corner.
7. When you get there, knit in each of them 2 single crochets in the back loop, that is, you create 3 pairs that will form the other corner of the bag.
Remove the pointer..
8. Throw a single crochet into the back loop in the next stitch and place the marker in this first stitch.
9. Continue like this, without increases, i.e. throwing a perfect carousel in each stitch.
10. Repeat steps 8 and 9 until 25 rounds are completed. Thus, an oval base is created, which will gradually develop into an envelope.
11. Continue to knit single crochets on one side only for 14 more rows to create the bag lid.
1. Take the wool and crochet hook No. 3.5 and make an initial loop.
2. Starting at the bottom right corner of the bag, create a large carousel with the fur in the first loop and continue to the left. Once you reach the last stitch of the row, turn your bag and continue knitting the corresponding row from the back of the bag to complete the first round.
3. Follow the same way until the 25 rounds are completed.
*With a comb you can carefully brush the fur every time you complete a round.
4. Then knit, in the same way until the entire outside of the bag lid is covered.
Finally, you place the mesh inside your bag and fasten the lining with pins and sew around the perimeter with a needle. Then sew the magnet to the bottom of the lid, place the two hooks on the right and left edge of the bag and apply the chain.
Optionally you can add a decoration to beautify your bag!
Your bag is ready!
I knit the envelope with needles
For an easier and faster way, you can use two No.7 needles and knit the two yarns at the same time. More specifically, cast on 29 loops with the two yarns and start knitting creating 42 rows. Finally, you place the mesh inside your bag and fasten the lining with pins and sew around the perimeter with a needle. Then sew the magnet to the bottom of the lid, place the two hooks on the right and left edge of the bag and apply the chain.