Baby Frankie & Scaredy Cat Treat Bags: Part 1 video
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Lee Sartori's passion is designing modern, wearable garments and adorable amigurumi. She is the crochet designer behind CoCo Crochet Lee. She can be seen as a guest host on seasons 9 and 10 of the popular PBS show Knit and Crochet Now! and as a crochet expert for Annie's Creative Studio, where she demonstrates fun crochet skills and patterns. Full bio »

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Treat your trick-or-treaters with these Baby Frankie & Scaredy Cat treat bags!

In this Learn, Make, Create! online video class brought to you by Annie's Creative Studio, craft expert Lee Sartori demonstrates how to create and assemble the adorable Baby Frankie Bag. The fun details of the crochet bag are what makes this project so special! Frankie has black hair, purple eyebrows, button eyes and a cute misshaped bulbous purple nose.

In this online video class, you'll learn how to:
  • Crochet the easy bag front and back.
  • Change yarn colors while working half double crochet stitches.
  • Add Frankie's unique hair, eyebrows, eyes, nose and scars to the bag front.
  • Place the ears in the right spots using stitch markers.
  • Join bag front and back with a single crochet seam.
Skill Level: Confident Beginner

Finished Size:
Baby Frankie: 11x11 inches, excluding Handles and Ears
Scaredy Cat: 10 1/4 x 10 1/4 inches, excluding Handle and Ears

Materials:
  • Red Heart With Love medium (worsted) weight acrylic yarn (7 oz/ 370 yds/198g per skein):
    Baby Frankie:
    • 4 1/2 oz/225 yds/128g #1601 lettuce
    • 30 yds #1012 black
    • 35 yds #1530 violet
    • 5 yds #1001 white
    Scaredy Cat:
    • 4 1/2 oz/225 yds/128g #1012 black
    • 8 yds #1538 lilac
    • 5 yds #1001 white
    • 3 yds #1252 mango
  • Sizes F/5/3.75mm and H/8/5mm crochet hooks or size needed to obtain gauge
  • Tapestry needle
  • 1 1/8-inch dark green buttons: 2
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