Our move is complete and we are unpacked. I am so glad to have that behind us. Things are starting to get back into a routine and I am so happy for that.
In the process of moving, I somehow lost my CROJO. Talk about a bummer!
I made a post in my Community Group asking for an instant gratification project to help me out of my funk. The response was AWESOME. There were lots of great ideas. From those ideas, I chose to go with a small clutch/crossbody bag.
You can find the FREE pattern for the Dayla Clutch/Crossbody Bag HERE!!!
I knew that I wanted a simple strap to go with it so I scoured my yarn stash and found myself inspired by some Sashay yarn that I have had FOREVER. Please don’t fret if you don’t have any Sashay yarn hidden away in your stash. This will work great with any super bulky – size 6 yarn.
This strap is very sturdy and can be used for any purse. It could even be used as a replacement strap for a store bought purse.
Here is what you will need:
Step 1: Attach the yarn to one of the D-Rings with a Double Knot.
Step 2: Insert your hook through the center of the D-Ring
Step 3: Grab your yarn and pull up a loop
Step 4: Make a Chain by yarning over and pulling through. Continue to make a chain until you reach your desired length. You can find suggested lengths below.
Step 5: Once desired length is met, insert your hook into the second D-Ring. If you are making a wristlet, attach it to the same D-Ring that your other side is attached to.
Step 6: Slip Stitch around the D-Ring to attach it.
Step 7: Finish off by cutting the yarn and pulling it all the way through the loop on your hook.
Step 8: Thread the “tail” through the large/blunt needle. Weave in and out of the chain 3-4 times. Cut the remaining tail.
…and that’s it!!!
Super simple, right?
I hope that you enjoyed this tutorial.
Until next time,
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