So, this is what comes next the Frida Filet Panel (see previous here ) : a small handbag made using the corner to corner (C2C) technique!
If you need one too, just follow the given pattern and play with colours and embellishments!
WHAT YOU NEED
-Cotton Blend Plain by Knitcraft from Hobbycraft, 100g/50% cotton, 50% acrylic/215m in the following shades : purple , coral , light pink, green, yellow . You don't need more than a ball for each one.
-Home Cotton by The Women's Institute, 100g/85% cotton, 15% polyester/160m in the following shades : dark pink and yellow, used for the flowers on Frida's hair. Alas it's discontinued. A good matching substitute is Premier Home Cotton, 75g/120m and same fiber content.
-1 black rope handle with wooden beads, mine is from Indonesia, but you can find similar online, sold by pair.
-gingham B&W ribbon, 2cm wide, cut two pieces 70cm long
-a couple of red heart buttons, H=1cm, W=1cm
-at least 6 mini satin rosettes
-cotton fabric for lining (I've recycled it from an old curtain!)
-needle and thread for sewing the various embellishments
Please, note I follow the US crochet terminology.
Skill level : intermediate [ it means you know how to change colours and/or to carry unused yarn]
Measurements : 18x28cm, the panel
22x30cm, the bag (without handle)
The graph shows you that the project begins in the lower right corner. After the first tile/row is done, you are going to increase by one tile per row until you reach the longest row(s) of the pattern [ rows 11-16]. After that, you start decreasing by one tile per row until you reach the last tile in the upper left corner of the graph.