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Hello Kitty Handbag

It's done!!! (*^^*)


Pattern by oslofia.

I made 80% of this bag in the car. LOL It takes 1 hour by car to go to the nearest town where there is a mall, and we went there yesterday and today too so that's why. Hehe.
My yarn was Red Heart Super Saver (Country Rose, Claret, Aran, black, yellow), and the hook was US G7 (4.50mm). I made a little change on the handle, plus I did reverse single crochet stitch edgings.

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Karen said…
Its beautiful its very difficult to find Hello Kitty pattterns. I have made a small change purse http://groups.msn.com/Karensmagicalcrafts/karensalbum.msnw?action=ShowPhoto&PhotoID=136 I designed it myself
Chie said…
Your HK bag is so cute!!! :)
Don't you just love Hello Kitty?
When I was crocheting this bag, I noticed that it's hard to create a pattern like this with just single crochet stitches... but yours are done in round, and I thought it's a great idea!

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