Asymmetric Symbol of Chaos Shoulder Bag - Tapestry Crochet PDF Pattern

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A fashionable fun and trendy accessory or a truly unique gift!
This pattern is easy to customize to fit any tablet or a lap-top.

The pattern was adapted from Walter Simonson’s asymmetric version of Michael Moorcock’s famous Symbol of Chaos. In Moorcock’s interpretation Chaos and Law are two forces of the Cosmic Balance. The two constantly struggle for dominance and ultimate victory by either side would mean the end of all life.

Chaos for me means freedom and spontaneity versus structure and order! What does it mean to you?

The final size is .10”H x 9”W (26 x 23 cm).
The strap’s size is 1”W x 28” L (3 x 72 cm).

Please keep in mind that yarn selection and hook size may alter the finished dimensions.

Craft: Crochet
Category: Bag → Tote, Bag → Laptop
Yarns suggested: Patons Decor
Yarn weight: Worsted / 10 ply (9 wpi
Gauge: 6 stitches and 5 rows = 1 inch
Hook size: 2.75 mm (C)
Yardage: 340 - 360 yards (311 - 329 m)

This bag was made using the tapestry crochet technique. If you aren’t already familiar with the process for changing colors in crochet, there is a great tutorial on Carol Ventura’s website I’d like to invite you to look at:

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