Don't let sewing a lining in a crochet bag intimidate you - we'll do it together! First, on Facebook, I'll catch you up on the latest Moogly news. And then on YouTube, I'll be lining my latest crochet bag design. And when it's over, I'll embed the videos below so you can watch them any time!
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Live videos are unscripted, unedited, occasionally weird, and all opinions are my own. This post is sponsored by Yarnspirations.
Facebook Live approx 2:00 pm Central
In this month's Facebook live, catch up with the latest Moogly happenings!
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What I'm Wearing: Batwing Lace Sweater
Crochet Cord Napkin Holder Box
Annie's Love to Knit Sock Club Giveaway
Susan Bates Soft Ergonomic Hook Set Giveaway
Sneak Peek - Hexagon Rug coming Friday!
How to Sew a Lining in a Crochet Bag
YouTube Live approx 2:30 pm Central
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Like many, I love crocheting all sorts of bags! But some really do better with a fabric lining. This can be intimidating if you don't sew regularly, but it can be just as easy as weaving in ends or seaming crochet!
Featured in this video:
- Coats and Clark Sewing Thread
- Clover Needle Threader
- Cottage Bucket Bag - Free Pattern
- Heat n Bond Ultrahold Iron-On Adhesive
- Nearly New Sew Bag Lining Tutorial
Upcoming Lives with Moogly!
Next Moogly Live
April 12, 2022 at about 10:30 am CT - I'll be back with another set of lives - and I'll be demoing how to make a pretty spring wreath with your yarn odds and ends!
How to Read Crochet Diagrams - Premium Online
Learn how to visualize pattern instructions by following handy diagrams. You’ll learn common symbols, how to count and identify stitches and more! Prior crochet experience recommended.
- No supplies needed for this educational class!
- Download the crochet diagram we'll be working with here!
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Lunch and Learn: Granny Vibes
March 30, 2022 at 11am CT
Let's celebrate National Crochet Month one more time, with a classic motif! Red Heart Super Saver O’Go color play is perfect for grannies - you get a bunch of coordinated colors in just one skein!
Recommended Age: All Ages
Skill Level: Beginner
WHAT TO BRING:
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Easy Crochet Striped Blanket with Tamara Moogly - Free Online
April 5, 2022 at 6pm CT
Learn how to create a plush textured blanket using easy crochet stitches. The perfect project for your home or for a gift! We’ll be using Bernat Blanket yarn, which works up quickly. Beginner-level experience is recommended, and new stitchers are always welcome to join!
- 6 balls of Bernat® Blanket yarn (to make full-size blanket)
- U.S. M/13 (9 mm) Susan Bates crochet hook
- Download the free crochet pattern we'll be making here!
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR THIS FREE CLASS ON MICHAELS COMMUNITY CLASSROOM
Have a wonderful day all - see you next time! And before you go, here's a Pin to add this post to your pinterest board so you can line your next crochet or knit bag when you're ready!
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Darlene V Quinn
I use self-threading sewing needles. Never a problem getting that thread in that little eye.
Darlene V Quinn
Your needle package has a bar code so it can't be really old. I certainly remember products without barcodes.
Darlene V Quinn
But your needles can't be really old because there is a barcode on the package. I remember when there weren't any barcodes.
I do not double over the thread when threading a needle. Make a sharp cut, moisten the tip of the thread and go for it. I love the tutorial.