A chart of bootie sizes is a handy thing to have if you are into making booties for babies. Obviously! As with much of the measurements of things, there does not seem to be a concrete, universally agreed upon sizing. So I will just go with this below.
Temporary Note: I have been writing this How To Make Tapestry Crochet Bags for days now. It is much longer than I anticipated. So I am just going to post, as is, now. And will keep adding steps to it over the next few days. Feel free to drop by for updates.
How to make and put together Tapestry Crochet bags sequentially
I was hooking away at my amigurumi and then pop! I was into making tapestry crochet bags!! I don’t even know how that transition happened. But I have been seriously and happily busy having fun with tapestry crochet ever since. In this article, I will discuss the method to put together a tapestry crochet bag the ClearlyHelena way!
I call this stitch the “ksc stitch” (knit single crochet stitch). I came upon it in experimentations. I call it “Knit single crochet” (or ksc for short) because it looks like a stockinnette knit stitch, doesn’t it?
For me, this is the ideal stitch for use in crochet amigurumi doorstops and for tapestry crochet bags. The ksc stitch produces a very strong fabric (almost like woven canvas) and is so dense that it is prevents weighted amigurumi small stuffing from falling out.
I have been making some crochet bags lately. They are sturdy and strong. And I wanted to make a crochet strap that would complement the whole feel of the bags. I wanted some strong crochet straps that would not stretch nor look sloppy. But none of the crochet stitches I knew could produce what I wanted. So I had to come up with something new (to me) … and it worked beautifully!