Renaissance Pouch Bag by Heather C Gibbs (KCACO.UK)

Renaissance Pouch Bag

February 2017
Aran (8 wpi) ?
5.0 mm (H)
98 - 109 yards (90 - 100 m)
16.5cm long x 12.7cm wide / 76.2cm (30”) long including handle
both US and UK
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Everyone loves a bag right! So you will love the exceptionally versatile Renaissance Pouch Bag!

Inspired by Medieval designs the Renaissance Pouch Bag provides a fuss free, hands free answer to carrying your essentials with you when you are out and about. This small cross body bag has enough room to fit in your keys, phone and money which makes it a perfect addition to any occasion from festivals, to brunch, to date night.

Matching the bag to your outfit can now be a breeze! The Renaissance Pouch bag is a real wear-with-everything piece. Experiment with a plain style for that easy minimalist look or add pops of colours to create a more striking design. Make it for you or make it for a little one by just altering the strap length.

The bag does not require advance skills to make so it perfect for a beginner - advanced crocheters can enjoy an easy to make pattern with a fun texture!

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