A Burst of Yellow

This little yellow pouch came free with a crochet magazine, and it looked too cheerful not to make.

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The pattern uses feature rows of crossed trebles (doubles for Americans), which is a stitch I love.

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The magazine also came with 12 stitch markers, which all fit nicely into the pouch.

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The turquoise shell button was also supplied.

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If you own the magazine and haven’t made this yet, I warn you that the buttonhole that is specified in the pattern is too small for the button, so make your buttonhole a stitch or two wider than specified.

I do have a lot of yarn left over, so I may make a miniature jumper with the remains.

Anyways, see ya!

FillieFanatic

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9 thoughts on “A Burst of Yellow

  1. towaco5oh August 9, 2017 / 7:09 am

    Do you think that you can do something like a tutorial on how you did Diagon Alley???

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    • filliefanatic August 9, 2017 / 7:17 am

      Great idea! However, I use very similar techniques to MyFroggyStuff on YouTube to make Diagon Alley, so doing a tutorial is probably ripping off her amazing work. 😊

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      • towaco5oh August 9, 2017 / 10:45 am

        Okay. Do you think you could give me the name and/or link to the video???

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      • filliefanatic August 10, 2017 / 7:23 am

        A lot of the techniques are outlined in her dollhouse videos, which there is a playlist for on her YouTube channel. 😊

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      • towaco5oh August 9, 2017 / 10:47 am

        The reason is: Even though I have not actually seen it yet. I have this obsession with Disney Descedants, so I wanted to make a Curl Up and Dye and an Ursula’s Fish and Chips from the Isle of the Lost.
        P.S. I made some thing for Rose Briar from Evie that will be up on my blog as soon as I get pictures done.

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