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Topic: Crochet Ukulele Bag Pattern?  (Read 991 times)
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« on: January 06, 2013 03:13:37 PM »

Does such a thing exist? I think I want to make a bag for my non-existent ukulele (won't have one until at least February) and thought crochet with fabric lining would be a cute idea. The problem? Only pattern I can find is a knit one that is also felted.

No big deal really, I usually don't use patterns for anything anyway. But if I could find a pattern for a soprano ukulele bag it would be nice but not necessary.

Another problem, once I make this bag people may ask me for a pattern! I just wing stuff, I would have no clue how to begin making a pattern  Shocked

If anyone has ever crocheted their own instrument bag before advice would be helpful! I was thinking double yarn or chunky yarn is a must along with a soft cotton liner (so the uke doesn't get caught in the yarn) and then a long zipper along one side of it. I've never added a liner to my crochet projects before so this will be very interesting indeed.
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