Pattern of the Week: Succulent Clutch
These textured motifs, inspired by succulent plants, are worked as a series and then attached to create the beautiful Succulent Clutch. A corkboard and fabric are used as a liner to give the clutch shape. You’ll be honing some other crafting skills with this project – something we here at Interweave highly encourage!
Designer Isa Catepillán is most well-known for creating stunning, one of a kind, crochet wedding dresses. Her designs have been featured in the pages of Modern Wedding Magazine, on ABC News, and on the catwalk at the Byron Bay International Fashion Festival. She has created this stunning clutch to carry you into the spring season. To see more of her designs, check out her website.
It’s been so exciting to include Isa’s first pattern design in Interweave Crochet Spring 2018. The Succulent Clutch is just one stunning part of the issue’s Botanic Spring collection. Get the issue today and enjoy every last stitch.
DESIGNER Isa Catepillán
FINISHED SIZE 12″ wide and 6½” tall.
YARN Omega Eulali (distributed by Creative Yarn Source) (100% cotton; 394 yd [360 m]/3½ oz [100 g]): #18 cream, 2 balls.
NEEDLES Size E/4 (3.5 mm) crochet hooks. Adjust hook size if necessary to obtain correct gauge.
NOTIONS Yarn needle; 3″ cardboard square, 1; ⅛” thick corkboard, one 11 x 16″ piece; 12″ x 33″ piece muslin fabric, 1; needle and thread in matching color.
GAUGE 5 dc = 3/4″ and motif = 3″.