Added by on 2017-10-22

This video is a step by step tutorial on how to crochet a shell stitch drawstring bag / purse. This purse is suitable for beginners. For my purse I used a 4mm crochet hook and Drops Muskat yarn. Thank you very much for watching! x Video Rating: / 5 Hook: Nymph #6 -#12 Weight: .025 Lead Wire Thread: Olive Tag: Red Wool Yarn Body: Olive Chenille Hackle: Olive Saddle Related PostsEasy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow FoodHow to crochet a star stitch crochet hook case / holderHow to crochet a pretty lace baby / children’s bonnetHow to crochet a baby / children’s heart pocket cardiganWooly Wonders Crochet Animals – how to crochet the body, arms and legsHow to crochet a lace top baby cardigan / sweater – the Rosie cardigan

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  • Kimberly Johnson 1 year ago

    As so many others have said, I really enjoy this and many of your other videos! Your voice is very soothing and instructions easy to follow. Truly a pleasure to learn from you. I started this just this morning and realized I want a bigger bag than your pattern creates so I am broadening the base by increasing the DC stitches by one per round and a SC round in between. After the round with 1 DC in the next 5 stitches then 2 DC in the next, then the all SC round, I did 1 DC in the next 6 stitches then 2 DC in the next. And so on, 7, 8, 9, etc, with SC round in between each increase round until my base is the size I want. Before I go any further please confirm that this makes sense. THANX

  • Joyce Merritt 1 year ago

    I really like this pattern

  • Patricia montocchio 1 year ago

    Cute thank you

  • Patricia montocchio 1 year ago

    thank you very much you are great

  • Xandra Rose 1 year ago

    Loved this video but am intrigued what weight/type of yarn did you use and how did you weave the tails in afterwards so they look nice and neat?

  • olfa fahmi 1 year ago

    thank u so much! u r great !

  • Aya basem 1 year ago

    what is the kind of the yarn?

  • renuka devi 1 year ago

    Thank you! Very clear demo! I tried it! Really Pretty!

  • Shamsa Nadeem 1 year ago

    I make this. thank you very much

  • elodie breard 1 year ago

    Merci beaucoup pour ce beau tutoriel!
    Thank a lot for this beautiful tutorial

  • It's easy & beautiful ..
    I do love your explanation & your work ..
    Thank you ..

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  • wtb61 1 year ago

    Do you hae written instructions also? Thanks.

  • Sandi Ziegler 1 year ago

    I lcve your drawstring bag and your baby booties, great teacher!!!!! What kind of yarn did you use for them??? Thanks so much.

  • M McAlees 1 year ago

    love this tutorial, I have crocheted 2 small ones and adore them, thanks for great tutorial 🙂

  • Apple Estay 1 year ago

    Hi, do you customize it to bigger bag. Thank you in advance 🙂

  • GARY PRIDDY 1 year ago

    Used to fish this fly in Arkansas prior to moving to the Northwest.  Very easy and productive fly.  Thanks Jim I enjoyed your presentation

  • cpf383 1 year ago

    Hi Jim- Good stuff. Does the tail always have to be red? What's the best way to fish this fly? Similar to nymphing or swing it in the current? Thanks.

  • ManicheanWarrior 1 year ago

    A while ago we tried this fly in all kinds of color combinations. The only color that didn't catch fish was white! Great fly. Thanks.

  • DAVE M 1 year ago

    thanks, Jim

  • Marcus Hagey 1 year ago

    First fly I ever learned how to tie and I landed my largest trout last summer on the Pine creek with one. Definitely a favorite.

  • charles mc farlane 1 year ago

    I love the wooly worm. Always a top producer and a simple joy to tie. So many material variations and color possibilities with this one. Thanks Jim.

  • Jack Johansson 1 year ago

    nice fly. but why do you use Hackel instead of more webbir fiber of a another feather?

    take care Jim


  • Sean Mooney 1 year ago

    Nice wooly worm. I am wondering why you didn't take a wooly bugger webbed hackle for that fly. Dry fly hackle is too expensive to be tying subsurface flies with, at least for me. The webbed hackle will move better in the water. Will the dry fly hackle vibrate and attract fish? I have wooly bugger and wooly worm hackle all pulled out of the capes and sized in an organizer. All the best to you and yours. Take care Jim, Sean

  • Ken Martin 1 year ago

    Another nice pattern. Thank You !