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jayashiangel
« on: December 06, 2011 08:44:16 AM »

I am making a bag for my dd about 12-16 inch High the round then I plan to make a strap for carrying it over the shoulder this is currently been ripped out as I started out w/ 35 as the base chain and did 10 rows of sc before squaring it out for the bottom it ended up being WAY to Big after about 20 rows lol so I have restarted w/ 5-6 rows of SC before starting the squared base bottom part..and working the sides up :O) Here is the type of pattern/style I am doing however I am squaring the bottom some http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/trio-of-bags

Now the question is this I am using double yarn to make it thick/sturdier less able to stretch as items are add and the bag is being used...I want to create a middle centered divided say pocket (basically allow it to have 2 sections instead of just one big huge hole where you just chuck everything into..) Now my idea was/is to find the center of the bag before I get the sides really going and fold in half and sc across the bottom w/ the color I wish to have the divider to be and then work up say 30 rows or more of sc then as I use the outer part of the bag yarn join the divider created by slip stitching/sc joining or however I figure the best way to grab the divider/and the actual ROUND I am doing all the way up the divider creating maybe a pocket/divider Will this idea work or is there a better way to do this??

Thanks
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