(Closed) Tester call for Crochet: The Santa Sack

I need testers for my The Santa Sack - Crochet ePattern
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This is my first ever pattern, so let me know if you have any thoughts on it, or constructive criticisms!
If you have any questions feel free to reach out, and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can. I hope you enjoy making The Santa Sack!


This looks neat. I can picture around Christmas time making a bunch of these, filling them with the usual and handing them out as little “not-quite-a-stockings” stocking lmao


Any due date? Yarn requirements? Also will it be free when released


For the due date, I would like it to be done by end of October, but I would be willing to accept if testers need longer than that.

It took me about 2 hours to finish, but I never truly timed myself with a timer.

I wasn’t planning to make it free, but I am working on another pattern which I do plan to make free.

As for yarn requirements, I used number 4 medium weight yarn to make mine. The sizing will probably be thrown off if you use a different weight yarn, but depending on what you decide to use it for, that may be fine with you. So, preferably with number 4 weight yarn, but its perfectly acceptable to use a different weight if you want to experiment. If you want it to fit the snowballs (which is not an included pattern, that is by a different crafter and explained in the intro to The Santa Sack) then you will want to stick to number 4 weight yarn. Colorwise, go whereever your heart desires.

I’ve contemplated making a bunch of fuzzy ones with a larger weight yarn and sticking socks (or something) in them as gifts. They would be great reusable giftbags! Plus, if using a bigger yarn makes it slightly stiffer, it would hold a bag of cookies quite nicely. You could also make a green version and attach crochet 4 leaf clover appliques to the end of the string tie, for a St. Patrick’s Day bag. You could fill it with yellow snowballs for gold, or a bunch of chocolate coins (though it could probably hold an absurd amount of those, since it easily fits 2 dozen standard size easter eggs).