Crochainmaille Satchel

Introduction: Crochainmaille Satchel

About: Inventor of Crochainmaille(crochet+ chainmaille) and Armorgurumi(Amigurumi made with Crochainmaille) granted most of my stuff published here involves yarn I hope to expand into other realms and materials.

In this instructable ..hopefully will show you how to make a Crochainmaille bag with strap.

Step 1: Things You'll Need

Couple of pliers for the chainmaille

1 crochet hook 4.25 mm

Scissors for cutting yarn.

Yarn..I used #4 acrylic in varying colors

3/8 inch jump rings

buttons (optional)

Step 2: Making the Chainmaille

Start off making a Euro four in one weave with the jumprings..I made mine in strips as shown here this technique works well for me.I made six strips at twenty rings long.

Step 3: Crochet the Chainmaille

Using the crochet hook begin single stitch crocheting the chainmaille add other colors if desired.Make two swatches one for each side of the bag.Leaving the ends" un-yarned" for easier attachement.

Step 4: "Stitching"

Using the jumprings stitch the two halves together making the pouch..Then start creating the strap with the jumprings ..One strip wide and crochet that as well

Step 5: Attach the Strap

Using the jumprings attach the strap as well ...then you're done..It's a slash resistant,stylish,semi-faraday cage'll could give some attacker a good thwack or hey there designers just in time for fashion week you can torture your models with this heavy accessory..Crochainmaille Satchel..

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    4 Discussions

    This is amazing! There is so much patience in doing any chain mail item and then crocheting in it? Whoa. Impressive. Great work!


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you..and yes it took about 12 man hours to complete.. I'm also working on how to combine knitting/chainmaille..and finding a catchy title for it.