Sunday, May 3, 2009

Another Wheelchair Bag

Here is a picture of another Wheelchair bag. This one will go to my adoptive person. I used some circles sent to me by June. I squared them off and joined to make the bag. Then added buttons and straps to go over the arm rest of the chair. Acrylic worsted weight yarn was used and an "I" hook. There is no pattern for this one. There were three circles and I just joined them in a strip and made a loop of them. The back shows one square.

I am currently working on three projects, the Kaleidoscope ghan, the Red Hat baby set and a dishcloth.

That's it today. Ghost, OUT!


sissie said...

I love this bag! wish you had a pattern for it. I am no good at making anything without a pattern!
Great job my friend


Sandie said...

You clever girl! Nice use of those circles.

June said...

That is so clever!! Glad you could use those pesky circles. It turned out to be a wonderful bag. Hats off to you!

Cherri said...

That's a beautiful bag, Ghost! Your person will love it!!!
Hugs, Cherri

Beansieleigh said...

Oh my gosh! BEAUTIFUL JOB!! There's just something about granny squares that I absolutely LOVE! Love this!

Marie in Michigan said...

This is the nicest wheelchair bag I have seen--very pretty and practical. Great job!

Beansieleigh said...

Thanks for stopping by to see Holly!
... So tell me, what Truman Capote book is your favorite? I have never read anything by him, and think I should at least add him to my reading wish list. There was a movie about him, wasn't there? Did you see that one? I haven't.

Sandy said...

Thats adorable! But, then everything you make is fabulous.

Stopping in to say THANK YOU. I just posted a picture and thank you for the awesome comfortghan. YOu are beyond amazing.


Tina said...

Wow, I LOVE your wheelchair bag. A lot more pretty than the plain ones I have been making. Very nice job. Whoever gets it will love it.


thepunkrockinchick said...

I really like this bag, very cute!