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Carisa
Warming Up

United Kingdom
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Posted - 03/16/2007 :  05:45:55 AM  Show Profile Send Carisa a Private Message
Hi I am new in the forum and I have a question.
I am crocheting a square blanket (for the moment it is still a blanket), with a crochet hook of 3.5 (uk), I wonder what would be the best way to transform it in a bag or anything else . It is going to be a 65cm x 65cm square.
Thanks for your help.

SweaterGrrrl
Chatty Knitter

USA
334 Posts

Posted - 03/16/2007 :  09:29:56 AM  Show Profile Send SweaterGrrrl a Private Message
I'm not sure what you are asking. Are you following a pattern for a blanket, and now that you have some of it completed, you'd like it to be a bag (or something else) instead?

If so, you could fold it in half, sew up the sides, and add handles to the top. Or you could make another square, sew the 2 squares around 3 sides, and add handles to the open end. Make a pillow by sewing two squares together.

SweaterGrrrl
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Carisa
Warming Up

United Kingdom
70 Posts

Posted - 03/18/2007 :  07:13:22 AM  Show Profile Send Carisa a Private Message
yes, I do a kind of blanket, only with trebles but I think it is a little bit to thick for a baby blanket and not that soft.
So I think a bag would be great...for all the yarn that I have !!!
thanks a lot
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