This is a tutorial to help you create a Nanette leprere purse that can be worn in a variety of ways.
In this tutorial, we’ll be creating a black and white version of Nanette’s purse.
First, you’ll need to grab some yarn and thread.
Next, we’re going to add some buttons and buttons ties.
Next you’ll want to add a collar and make a patch.
Next we’ll add some elastic to make the purse tighter.
Finally, we can add a little fabric to help create some support.
And finally, you can attach some buttons ties to add more visual interest.
If you want to learn more about Nanette, check out her blog here.
Materials Needed: (1) 2.5mm crochet hook, or you can purchase a 3.0mm crochet (or smaller) hook and stitch marker (3) yarn needle, or a crochet hook and a yarn needle (or crochet hook) (4) buttons (optional) Scissors (Optional) 1.
To begin, we will be using the Nanette Coach purse as our base for the project.
This is not a complete project; however, it’s a great starting point for this project.
Start by hooking your hook through the back of the fabric, and then pull it through the front.
Next, we are going to make some buttons.
This part will take a bit of practice; we’ll have to repeat it as we go along.
We’ll begin by making a stitch marker by working your hook in the center of the needle.
Now, we need to add another stitch marker to the left of the first one.
When you reach the stitch marker, hold the left needle and pull it back and forth until you reach a stitch.
You can then continue making the stitches until you come to the end of the row.
Once you’ve finished making the stitch markers, you will need to pull the right needle back and the left one back in to the same position.
As you can see in the photo below, you’re making a single stitch at this point.
With the left and right needles holding the left hook, you are now going to pull through the stitch as if you were pulling through the loops on the right side of the stitch.
If you were to go back and do the same with the right hand needle, you would have seen that the loops are now facing forward.
Finally, you need to finish the stitch by pulling the left loop back and then pulling the right loop forward.
This stitch is done.
Here’s what the finished purse will look like: The first step is to get a good grip on the yarn.
I used the right hook and the right amount of yarn to pull it out of the crocheted fabric.
I used the left hand needle to pull my thread through.
At this point, you want the fabric to be somewhat tight so that you can pull the thread through the fabric without pulling it through your body.
Use the right thumb to grab the fabric with your left hand, and with your right hand, grab the right end of your left hook.
Hold the fabric as tight as you can, and pull through until you can easily pull through.
Next, pull through as much of the thread as you want, until you feel that you have enough fabric to wrap the fabric around your body in a bun.
Finally, pull your thread through through the middle of the bun, and wrap the bun around your torso.
Continue this process until you have completed a large bun.
Using the yarn needle that you are holding, pull the fabric through the center.
Repeat this process for the remaining pieces of fabric, wrapping the fabric tightly around your chest.
Finish off your Nanette purse by pulling it around the neckline.
The Nanette Pouch is so versatile, that you don’t even need to make any buttons or ties!
This is a great project for those of you who want to do things like tie something on the back or add an accent to your outfits.
I hope you enjoyed this Nanette inspired crochet purse tutorial.
Please leave a comment if you have any questions or suggestions.