How to Crochet a Doggy-shaped Bag

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Stuff the plastic bags inside the doggy bag, close the handle as mentioned in the previous step, and take Fido for a walk!
Build the first circle according to rounds 1–4 of the pattern. This will be the back of the bag.
Remember to work in the back loop only when you get to round 5. This will help shape the side of the bag.
Stuff the plastic bags inside the doggy bag, close the handle as mentioned in the previous step, and take Fido for a walk!

Stuff the plastic bags inside the doggy bag, close the handle as mentioned in the previous step, and take Fido for a walk!

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  Sew the front circle to the bag back as shown. With right sides facing, line up the stitches and insert the needle through the back loop only of the front circle, and both loops of the back piece. Weave in the ends and turn the bag right side out.

 

  Work as directed in the worsted-weight yarn to make each ear. When you get to the 8 trebles of the last stitch, turn the work to work on the opposite side of the foundation row.

 

  Sew one ear to each side of the opening on top of the bag. Sew the eyes and nose to the front circle. Using a tapestry needle and thread, embroider a split stitch smile (see this how-to for split stitches) on the face following the curve of round 2.

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Comments (7)

kouguie writes: I'm not able to do that but I promise to try hard as soon as possible. Thank you.
Posted: 7:00 am on May 31st
HDaniels99 writes: This is absolutely cute and sweet. I love this doggy!
Posted: 10:17 am on May 14th
RobertAnders writes: This is the best guide ever! I will do this bag for my daughter. Thank you so much!
Posted: 10:28 am on May 11th
roselynbette writes: I agree on the school part, @craftyintally
Posted: 1:43 pm on June 4th
LindaPermann writes: Valady- make as many as you like! I'd love to see a picture if you end up making one (or several). Have fun training your pup!
Posted: 3:40 am on May 25th
Valady49 writes: If you are in a training process with your dog this would be a great little bag to keep those little tibbits in. Maybe put a velcrou closeure on it. Have the white puppy for treats and the brown for the pickups. Thank you for such a cute pattern. It is one my to do list now. If you don't mind I may make up several for gifts to give our training class as gifts at the end of the classes.
I have mixed breed papillion and a pure breed papillion. All 5 pounds of him. He is the one taking classes. I would love for him to become a good citizen dog.
Posted: 1:58 pm on May 24th
craftyintally writes: This is so cool. Much cuter than what they sell at school.
Posted: 9:25 pm on February 26th
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