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  • 00:00: hi this is a no and welcome back to my channel is really important for me to show you how easy it is with only basic simple crochet technique to create amazing things that are a reflection of your own personality today no pattern we will be using single crochet increasing and half double crochet and the result will be discourages simple to make handbag created only with a crochet hook two skeins of yarn and a few other very easy to find items to catch up on your crochet techniques click the link down
  • 00:32: below subscribe to my channel to get new tutorials every week and now let's learn how to crochet a beautiful handbag happy crochet or these handbag tutorial you will need 7 ounces of Burnett Waverly yarn in willow color a crochet hook 6 millimeter J a couple of stitch markers some scissors a tapestry needle and a pair of handles for your bag I actually show up at my local thrift store and I
  • 01:02: usually buy your old bags leather ones are really cheap and I cut the handles and I use it in my crochet bags it makes it really unique and at the same time I feel like I'm recycling upcycling actually which makes me really happy take your yarn in your crochet hook make a slip knot and chain 35 times once you have 35 chains pick up your
  • 01:37: work you are coming to a single crochet in the second chain from your hook and then you're going to single crochet in every single chain you made when you reach the end of your row you have 34 single crochet you are not going
  • 02:09: to turn your work around instead you are going to pivot your work and with this 34 single crochet is right here you are actually going to single crochet again in the same stitch and then you are going to pivot your work and you're going to actually single crochet at the base of your chains on the other side of where you single crochet before and you see clearly all the stitches here and
  • 02:40: that's what you're going to pick up so the first stitch you see right here your single crochet single crochet in those little stitches which are really the bottom of your screen you're creating the bottom part of your hand back and I will show you how your work will
  • 03:12: learn when I reach the end of my rope and now we have reached T and on four row and what we're going to do please single crochet again in the last single crochet we just made in the thirty first one increasing therefore by one more so really at the end of what we have done so far we should have 34 single crochet on each side us extra lines at each end so 34 34 68 those two extra so we should have 70 single crochet in total place your
  • 03:45: stitch marker at the beginning of the rope and not turning your work around continuing single crochet 70 times picking up your single crochets all around this is your second round and by the way stitch markers can be found at your local craft store I get mine on Amazon from the crochet dude I love them
  • 04:16: there is your h1 first is what your work will look like an oval shape here is the stitch marker fix your stitch marker at the beginning of the round in single crochet so we're going to single crochet for the
  • 04:46: five-time this is your third round single crochet again in the 35th you will continue to single crochet around until you meet your stitch marker 35 more times at the end of your third round you will have increased by two again and you will have 72 single crochet take your seat
  • 05:17: marker put it at the beginning of the round again and for your first round you will go into single crochet all around 72 times repeat again for the fifth round single crochet in each and every stitch ending at the end of your fifth round is 72 single crochet you are actually done with the face of
  • 05:51: your bag so now that we are done with our piece we are going to continue by creating a 90-degree angle little Ridge to transition from the base to the sides and we are going to stop doing the single crochet and begin to do the half double crochet we are only going to work in the back of our stitch or this oval round so here we go yarn over and pick up the back of your stitch and do a half
  • 06:22: double crochet and repeat all around only picking up the backside of the stitches you see it's giving you that 90-degree angle transitioning from the base of your back to the sides and you go beautiful the half double crochet looks
  • 06:53: so you have a sturdy base made out of single crochet and now we're moving to the body of your bag only picking up the back of the stitch so this is basically the first round of the value but it's our six rounded in the beginning of a word you and that is the end of the sixth round we will have 72 half double crochet we
  • 07:24: show you how you work rule for the next four round you are going to do half double crochet all around but from now on don't forget to pick up the whole stitch not only the back loop like we did on the sixth round you do have double crochet all around don't forget to move your stitch marker and I'll meet you at the end of the tenth round this is how your work is going to look like at the end of your
  • 07:56: tenth round you will continue like so making half double crochet all around for 10 more rounds so this is how your back will look once you have reached the 20th round we will actually continue for ten more rounds you
  • 08:30: when you have about a 10 inch tail left from your yarn I'm going to show you how to continue with your new zenith yarn here you have the yarn that is almost done you're going to take the new one that's the end of the new one you're going to put the yarn together like so using the old one and the new one together wrap them around your index pinch the end part behind between your index finger and your thumb here so you can get your attention
  • 09:01: on the side yarn over with both of them you just begin to do your half double crochet to see you have those two pieces of yarn to1 and a new one on your crochet hook now the one that is not attached to your new ball here let go and you just continue and just like so the transition from one ball of yarn to the neck now the two tails are at the back of your
  • 09:32: work and eventually at the end you will sew them in museums at street level for now or just continue it until we reach the twentieth round you will know that you're done with the body of your bag once you can count 24 rows from the end of your base the first row being the first one that we did with the bill ninety degrees and also counting one two three four five twenty four in total and
  • 10:02: what I'm going to do now is line like that because you really need some lining to make it sturdy I will choose my lining and then I will ask my mother-in-law to sew it for me because I'm really not very good at sewing and she's wonderful so I will see you back when the body of my bag is lined and then we will continue for the handles now you are ready to fasten up you're viewing the bar a six inch tail
  • 10:32: and you just pull EXO and I will see you once my bag is lined once your bag is lined making sure you leave the last round free so you can crochet the handle on take your handle and your stitch marker you're going to mark both of the ends of your bag owning 35 stitches and putting your
  • 11:03: second stitch marker so both of your ends will be marked then you're going to take your crochet hook and your yarn pass it through the stitch with your stitch marker on and the yarn is here working yarn is there wrap it over your crochet yarn over and through yarn over again and through the loop now you are going to crochet again in the same stitch where the marker was and you're going to pick up five more single
  • 11:37: crochets you're working right on top of your lining so you have six single crochets on your stitch marker it's time to take your handle wrong side facing you you have two little buckles you're gonna take the first buckle you're going to place it right behind your work like so you're going to actually work through
  • 12:11: the stitch and through the buckle if that makes sense I will show you how put your crochet hook through your stitch pass it underneath the buckle yarn over underneath the buckle through the stitch and through the other through the loop and through the other loop let's do this again in the same stitch you go through the stage through the
  • 12:41: buckle yarn over underneath the buckle through the stitch up pull up yarn over through both of the loops do it again again in the same stitch we're going to do three a single crochet in each stitch so this is the third one alright let's go to the next stitch now through the stitch under the buckle
  • 13:12: yarn over there both of them yarn over through books and you're going to do it three times in this stitch continuing in the next stitch again three times
  • 13:42: this is the way it's going to look from the front side of your bag see how seamless it looks and that's pretty sturdy too so we worked into three stitches single crochet three times through both your buckle and your stitch and I think I am going to do it in the next stitch too just to make sure
  • 14:12: that it's really sturdy so it's continuing the next stitch again to the stage through the buckle three times it's really a basic single crochet it's just that you crocheting it through your buckle as well alright so here we are and we are crocheting along continue to single crochet sixteen times you
  • 14:50: debacle is there you crochet 16 single crochet now it's time to do the other side of your buckle and you're going to repeat the same thing working through your stitching through your buckle three times in each stitch throughout four stitches you you
  • 15:20: this is how it's going to work those are your handle and you should have six stitches left to meet your stitch marker you will single crochet six times until you need your second marker this is how your work will look from the other side
  • 15:50: you now you will continue on the other side repeating the same process six single crochet from your stitch marker take your second handle wrong side facing you again single crochet through the loop to your buckle for four stitches
  • 16:23: you continue to single crochet 16 times pick the other side of your second handle and repeat again once you are done with your buckle you single crochet six time until you make your marker and when you meet your marker this time you're going to slip stitch and fast
  • 16:54: enough and you're going to do so by so passing your crochet hook through the stitch yarn over through your stitch and through the loop on your crochet hook and you are done now it's time to fasten out leaving a six inch tail and we're using this thing with your tapestry needle and do it in the back of your work right
  • 17:24: next to the lining so it's discrete and you are done I really hope that you enjoyed this tutorial as much as I did creating it for you I cannot wait to meet you next time until then happy closure