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Item #37211

Blue &Green Variegated Pocket Bag

Plastic Canvas Pocket Bags
Design by: Bill Palasty

Black & White Pocket Bag

Skill Level: Intermediate / Approximate Time: 8 Hours Ea.
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The Perfect Size For Cell Phones!

Supplies for Black andWhite Bag •1 Sheet Clear Plastic Canvas-10.5” x 13.5” •Black and White (or two colors of your choice) 4 ply worsted weight yarns •14 mm Pearl Bead or similar Supplies for Variegated Bag •1 Sheet ClearPlastic Canvas-10.5” x 13.5” •Variegated Blues/Green (or color combo of your choice) 4 ply worsted weight yarn •14 mm Bead or similar General supplies: #16 Plastic Canvas Needle Sizes D and H Crochethooks Ruler Scissors Cutting: Back (includes flap) cut one 24 holes wide x 66 holes tall (For the Black/White Bag cut this one 24 holes wide x 67 holes tall, all other pieces are cut the same for bothbags) Bag Front-cut one piece 24 holes wide x 36 holes tall Bag Sides-cut 2 pieces, each, 12 holes wide x 36 holes tall Bag Bottom-cut one piece 24 holes wide x 12 holes deep Stitching: To startstitching, leave at least one inch of yarn on the back of the canvas and work the first few stitches over this end to anchor it. To end stitching, run the end of yarn under the last few stitches and cut...
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