Hotchpotch Granny Purse.

I’ve decided that this will be called the Hotchpotch Granny purse, it fits the bill quite nicely. A hotchpotch of leftover scraps makes the perfect crochet stashbuster, don’t you think?!

I’ve filmed this as a video tutorial over on YouTube rather than write up a pattern [pop over to watch HERE]. I cover the magic knot, making up the granny stripes and then lining it too. All in eighteen minutes! I also recommend you visit my zip video too [it’s HERE]. If you’ve never put a zip in your crochet before it might well prove useful.

You can use any yarn, along with your favourite corresponding hook size but there pretty much are no rules to this. Ok, there’s one rule: you need multiples of 3 plus 1 for the starting chain. Even if you’re a stitch or two out then I’m sure you can fudge it. Crochet is very forgiving.

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16 thoughts on “Hotchpotch Granny Purse.

  1. So cute! Every time I see pictures of these I think β€œI have to make one of those” and then I never get around to it πŸ˜‹ But one of these days…

  2. You’re the best. Love the tiny bags. Gonna try your new lining tip. Thank you so much for sharing your talents. Thank you. I love you to pieces. Hugs from Canada.

    1. Ta very much! πŸ˜€
      I’ve got some sewing to do too. But there’s also crochet… and my plans have all been dumped on because they’ve closed the school for three days to sort out a drain issue!! πŸ™

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