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Monday, April 2, 2007

Crochet Bag Dispenser

This plastic bag holder pattern has many potential uses. A plastic bag dispenser can be used as trash bag holders or grocery bag storage for instance. Consider selling these for a profit in your home-based craft business!


Bag Holder [Ravel-It!]

WW cotton
H Hook
2 Elastic Ponytail Holders

Round 1: Ch 3. 35 DC around elastic band. Sl st to top of ch 3.
Round 2 & 3: Ch 3. DC in back loop of each DC. Sl st to top of ch 3.
Round 4-27 (or desired length): Ch 3. DC around. Sl st to top of ch 3.
Round 28: Ch 1. SC around elastic band. Sl st to top of ch 1.

To finish: Ch 40. Sl st halfway around to one of the sc. Sew in ends.

4 comments:

Coby said...

I just made this with some left over cotton yarn I had and it turned out great! I love using the hair rubber bands instead of having to add elastic after it''s done, this is the reason I chose to make this one. I always have extra hair ties!!Thank you for the pattern!

August 21, 2008 8:14 PM  
Deb said...

After making one bag holder, I modified the pattern a bit -- maybe it's just the way my brain works. Rounds 1-3 I only ch 2. At the end of round 3, I placed a marker & then DC in each DC in rounds to row 27. Since the pattern is in rounds, I decided to skip the sl to ch & see what happened -- no seam. After attaching the 2nd band, I sl around each sc, then ch 25, attach chain about an 1 in. from start of chain & sl across ch, then fasten off. That way I can put the shorter loop over the door knob.

September 10, 2008 9:53 PM  
Hazel said...

I took inspiration from your pattern and modified it using a fishnet stitch to make it airy -- it came out rather prettily. Thanks for the original!

August 1, 2010 8:47 PM  
AngelMira said...

Awesome! I'd love to see pics :)

August 2, 2010 8:14 AM  

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