Pathtag Bags - hand crocheted.

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Pathtag Bags - hand crocheted.

Post by Just a cacher » 05 January 15 8:05 am

I like to crochet, and I like a challenge (sometimes!!).

I have made some specialised pathtag bags for quite a few ACT cachers as well as for a few cachers further afield.

See this link for more information: http://forum.geocaching.com.au/viewtopi ... 06&start=0

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Image For RogerW3.

This service is usually FREE, but I do occasionally have to charge a small fee to cover postage only. Of course, I do love pathtags, especially signature tags. :wink: :wink: :wink:

I do not guarantee to be able to make what you ask for. Sometimes it's a bit difficult to translate an avatar or pathtag image into crochet. I am happy to have a go. Oh, and by the way, my husband, Black Bunny, does a lot of the pattern design to get your pictures to fit into a cross stitch sort of pattern grid and to reduce the numbers of colours involved, so don't torture him if you don't have to. :D

All that being said, would anyone like a pathtag bag made for them? You would have to give me your postal address at some point or come and collect the pathtag bag from me. :wink:

If you are interested, please send me a message.

Wendy

P.S. I do crochet 'generic' pathtag bags with other patterns or no patterns, or stripes, in between 'proper' jobs, so if you want a pathtag bag but do not require a logo on it, message me with colour preferences, and I can just send you a pathtag bag from the considerable pile already made. I also make pathtag bags for other purposes, if that makes sense. You don't have to put pathtags in it!

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Re: Pathtag Bags - hand crocheted.

Post by Dippedidooda » 07 January 15 11:48 pm

What a generous offer. They are fantastic. I don't collect pathtags really and I was going to leave my comment at that...but now I've just seen the..."you don't have to put pathtags in it" bit. No, I don't need one, but I think they're wonderful and you are very clever and generous with your offer. Well done!

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Re: Pathtag Bags - hand crocheted.

Post by Greenish » 27 January 15 9:21 pm

They are great! Maybe you could post this in the 'Trackables' forum as well? :D

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Re: Pathtag Bags - hand crocheted.

Post by CraigRat » 27 January 15 9:47 pm

I keep the shrunken heads of those who have caused me to cry out in despair in the Support queue.

I think I need a 12x12x12 foot bag now :D

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Re: Pathtag Bags - hand crocheted.

Post by Just a cacher » 27 January 15 9:49 pm

I'm not sure that's the job of a pathtag bag, really, but I'd bet you could use one of those army (or other service) kit bag. You know the tough ones with the enormous zips?

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Re: Pathtag Bags - hand crocheted.

Post by Pinki24 » 31 January 15 11:40 am

I love crochet pieces but it seems to be a dying art.
I do not see people crocheting like I did when I was younger.

When I do come across clothing in the stores that are crocheted, I gravitate towards them. Lucky they seem to be in fashion at the moment.
I did crochet when I was younger, never anything complicated, so it is so refreshing to see other peoples art.

Great job! =D>

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Re: Pathtag Bags - hand crocheted.

Post by wombatatcrows » 01 February 15 7:59 am

Hi Wendy,

I have been the fortunate recipient of one of your PT bags which was totally unexpected. We met an event in Canberra and the next thing I know I am being presented with a new PT bag. It has been great. You then (at my request) made a bag for my son Murf who has a challenging avatar. But being the true artist that you are you stepped up to the mark and my son was absolutely stoked.

This note is just a note to thank you again and please keep up the great work that you do. =D> =D> =D>

Wombat

PS I would post some photos here but I have yet to work out how this is done.

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