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Old 12-26-2007, 01:06 PM   #1
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Two Old Bag "Lucy Bag" patterns...help!
Does anyone have their pattern for the Lucy Bag? I'm looking all over for it and I can't find it anywhere, it's very frusterating. A few of the websites that sell it either don't have it or charge an exorbitant shipping fee for a sheet of paper. I don't really like that the TwoOldBag website doesn't have online ordering....but if it comes down to it I suppose I'll just get it from them.
But....has anyone here purchased this pattern? Where did you get it from?
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Old 12-26-2007, 03:16 PM   #2
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Hama I ordered mine:
http://cache.lionbrand.com/cgi-bin/patternFinder.fcgi?search=Search&searchText=lucy+b ag
The pattern is fun! good luck!
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Thanks! I didn't even think to check a place like LionBrand.
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Thanks! I didn't even think to check a place like LionBrand.
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Two Old Bag "Lucy Bag" patterns...help!
I know there was a discussion about this in March, but has anyone figured out the "Lucy Bag" pattern in crochet yet? I saw a site today that had Andrea's AJ Wrist Bag as their own (changed the handle stitching) and claimed the "Lucy" was the same, just one of the handles longer. However, the wrist bag is not the same as the Lucy. The Lucy is like a big wristbag with one long strap. I want to try and work up the pattern, but don't have the time or the wool right now. Did anyone try it? (Three Olive, when you read this, and I know you will, no eye rolls at the "I can't convert from knit to crochet" implications here:P)
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I'm not sure about crocheting the Lucy Bag or a similar bagg, but the original Lucy does have 2 handles, one longer. the short one slips over the longer one to sort of close up the top.
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