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Crochet Herringbone Stitch Crossbody Bag

by Crochet Kingdom

We are going to learn How to Crochet Herringbone Stitch Crossbody Bag. Herringbone stitch crochet handbag is an useful, comfortable and stylish accessory every woman should have in a closet, So, if you are looking for a beautiful crochet handbag pattern that will perfectly match with any of your outfit, here is one to try.

The Herringbone stitch or Herringbone Double Crochet is definitely one of my favorite crochet technique. It creates such a unique texture that almost looks similar to the herringbone knit stitch. The best part is that it is just a slight variation of the double crochet. So if you are getting tired of the double crochet look and want to try something different, the herringbone double crochet is perfect for you.

Making this Crochet Herringbone Stitch Crossbody Bag is so addicting that i ended up I’m going to make It for my friends. There are many beautiful kinds of purse and clutches are available in the market. But like many other things, they are so much expensive and women have to pay a lot of money to buy them. But if you are good at crocheting and love to make things with your own hands then it will not be difficult to get a amazing Bag without spending a lot.

Part I

Part II

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