This is a very practical project! This Make-Up Brush Case is a very easy and fun item that is compact to transport and keeps your brushes organized. This also makes a great gift for a makeup artist!
Keep your makeup items in a well-organized form with this crochet bag. Create this bag effortlessly with a free pattern to hold all your makeup stuff stylishly. For this, use Fair Isle Sutton yarn in beach color. Moreover, use a 6.00mm crochet hook in J size for this project. This bag pattern also involves simple stitches. Therefore, it's easier for beginners to work on this crochet makeup bag.
This Crochet Drawstring Makeup Bag is quick to work up with size 5 yarn and simple, increasing rounds. It makes a cute and stylish way to pack makeup for travel, or just store in the bathroom. It is very functional, while also doubling as a decorative piece.
The Spike Stitch Makeup Bag is a great way to stylishly stash all your small goodies. You can use this brightly colored crochet pattern to hold your makeup, keys, loose change, or even your crafting essentials. The bag is extremely easy to keep clean, because it is worked in cotton. Feel free to repeatedly toss it into the washing machine and dryer without thinking twice. The easy crochet bag features the spike stitch, so this is a great way to try out a new technique. The pattern also has a drawstring and a sturdy design, so you can cinch the top of the bag to make sure all your belongings remain safely inside
Help organize the necessities that you keep in your purse. Crochet it for yourself or to give! With a multi-color granny square lid, this little makeup bag is a crochet project that is suitable for intermediate crocheters.
This sloth hook case is a quick and cute project that is accessible for beginners. It can be used as a hook case, a clutch, pencil case or make up bag. The finished case is approximately 4.75 inches tall x 8 inches wide. This pattern makes a great gift. Makers will need to know how to do that following stitches/techniques to complete this project: CH = Chain SL ST = slip stitch SC = Single Crochet SCINC = Single Crochet Increase HDC = Half Double Crochet HDCINC = Half Double Crochet Increase