HOOK TO HOOK

We chal­lenged two de­sign­ers to come up with a fab de­sign, each us­ing the same yarn… which is your fave?

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Vicki Roberts

“We can never have enough bags, right? I wanted to de­sign some­thing that will be quick and easy to make for cro­cheters of any skill level: an in­ter­me­di­ate cro­cheter could hook this bag up in an af­ter­noon. And be­cause the de­sign is con­structed from squares, it can be com­pleted one-by-one, so it’s great for be­gin­ners to hone their skills. Plus, I wanted to use pre-bought han­dles for ease of car­ry­ing.” See more of Vicki’s de­signs at www.oth­e­hook­foryou.co.uk and www.rav­elry.com/de­sign­ers/vicki-roberts

Char­lotte Hawksworth

“My boho-style bag pat­tern was in­spired by African tribal prints and geo­met­ric fash­ion. I wanted to adapt these bold prints to cre­ate a cro­chet pat­tern that al­most looks like a print. I think this bag will be the per­fect ac­ces­sory to a sim­ple out t. I ab­so­lutely love this yarn! The denim cot­ton gives a strong, struc­tural tes­sel­la­tion a softer, stonewashed and or­ganic look.” See more on In­sta­gram @lovechar­lie.co or at www.lovechar­lie.co

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