Posts Tagged‘bag’

How to make a macrame beach bag

A picnic in the park, an afternoon at the pool, or a day at the beach? Without a doubt, big bags are the most practical summer accessories. If you want to make a macramé beach bag with your own two hands, we recommend the new Premium Designers pattern. Catch the macramé fever, the trend of the summer, with the Silvestre bag by BUYI Macramé Art. Silvestre macramé beach bag “Bags…

tangle-free yarn

Striped prints, color blocks, patchwork inspired designs, zigzag sections… Non-stop creativity with Katia Boomer, our new tangle-free yarn. Play with the 5 assorted colors included in this striking ring-shaped ball. Without a doubt, Katia Boomer is perfect to make garments and accessories in unique color combinations. Like the 6 free patterns created by Gallimelmas, Madeinrox, Knitandpepper and Katia’s Design Team that we share with you. Discover Katia Boomer’s secrets, dare to…

macramé bag

If you are looking for tutorials to make an easy macramé bag, here you can find out how to make this summer accessory with just 2 bobbins of our new Macramé Cord Fine. You have a date on July 7 2021 with Lucía from @knittingtheskyline on our YouTube channel. Subscribe and click the bell to be notified! We share a new step-by-step video tutorial and free PDF pattern to learn…

caramel bag tutorial

The good weather arrives and the desire to go for a walk and enjoy the summer. In order to carry your most precious treasures, we have created this child-sized caramel bag pattern. You can increase the measurements and do it in adult size and enjoy an original and different accessory. To make this candy bag we have used our canvas fabric. A 100% cotton fabric with a grammage higher than…

Crochet Duffle Bag

Hello everyone, my name is Regina. I’m 46 years old, a happily married mother with two children and I live and work in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee in Austria. I love everything related to wool. Above all, I am most passionate about crochet. So much so that three years ago I launched my own brand designed & handmade by REGINA. Since then I’ve been designing instructions for adult, baby and children’s…

bag canvas lobsters

Backpacks, bags, messenger bags and toiletry cases: the key accessories for the spring/summer season. Furthermore, sew the ones you like best using our canvas fabrics. There are also 12 new cheerful and summery print designs to compliment your look. Canvas is our most resistant fabric. It is made from 100% cotton and weighs 215g/m2. In addition, it is a cool fabric with a lot of body, the perfect choice for…

animal print crochet

Would you like to learn with one of the most outstanding creators in the world of crochet? You can make your first Tapestry Crochet project or perfect this technique with the help of Molla Mills, a genuine crochet expert. (Read more about her here). Discover how to create amazing patterns on bags, backpacks, baskets or rugs with the Molla Mills Limited Edition digital magazine. This Young Finnish designer presents 7…

We are continuing our sewing classes, and this time it’s the turn of a technique that you are going to use for a multitude of projects: how to sew a zipper. To make the class as useful as possible we are going to show you how to apply a zip whilst making a toiletry bag from scratch. With this technique you will be able to make toiletry bags, bags, backpacks…

Katia pattern magazines

You’ve already been introduced to the new Katia Spring Summer 2019 Yarn Collection. Remember choosing your favourites from the 15 new yarns, and subscribing to the blog in order to participate in our prize draw giveaway. As well as the 62 yarns available for this spring/summer collection, we are also launching 5 new Katia pattern magazines. Discover more than 265 knit, crochet and macramé ideas for women, men, kids, baby…

Crafter's Tool Belt

The Be Yarner collection includes a Knitting Project Bag, 3 Accessory Cases and a Crafter’s Tool Belt, and they have been designed by Alimaravillas especially for you, the yarner. So what is this Be Yarner thing all about? Well, it refers to someone who lives by and for fibres and yarns. A yarner goes backwards and forwards and around and around without moving from the sofa or their favourite chair. Of…

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