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Prayer Shawl to a tote bag idea
Created By: Ashley Rose Johnson

I took the prayer shawl that I Crocheted into the shawl and I find out that is the best way to make a tote bag and take whatever color that matches the tote bag and make pockets inside the bag and the outside of the bag.

I found some yarn that is multi-colored moron red light blue and blue and white mixed yarn. I did not know what I wanted to make out of it at first but then I looked up the prayer shawl and I did not have enough of the yarn to continue the prayer shawl so other person that I know that likes to crochet gave me an idea since I did not have enough yarn to continue the prayer shawl so she gave me a idea to take the three sides of the Prayer shawl and sew them up into a tote bag. Then I made Pockets that Matched the tote bag and it turned out really nice. I will use it as an example for Ashley's Creative Gifts Business that is a one person run business right now. I come up with the Name of Ashley's Creative Gift's Business because it is my name and since I started to learn to knit and crochet at the age of twelve years old and I love to keep my hands busy all the time. I have made hats,slippers,scarfs,potholders,bowls,baskets,purses,

headbands. I hope you will share this Idea on your Podcast for Yarn craft. This is the best Idea that worked out well. My Aunt's Friends taught me to knit and crochet it took me awhile and I put it off for a while and I went back to it when I was ready to learn because I said that I could not do it but I finally said that's it I am going to do this and that I could make it. I love your Idea's and Podcast so far and I burned it your podcast to burnable cd's and listen them on the go.


Ashley Johnson

Ashley's Creative Gifts Business

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