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Crochet Bags I Made

28th May 2020 (Thursday)

Here are some collage photos of crochet handbags with different styles I've done over time. 
These bags are ready stock and if you want one custom made for you (style and colour of your choice),  I will be able to take on the request.

All bags are fully lined with thick cotton fabric, interior with 2 slots (including one with YKK zipper).  Bag handles are either handsewn or fixed to accessories depending on style.

Inquiries can be made by emailing me at emilytanmeisin@yahoo.com 
or reach me at


Medium size handcarry tote


Bucket bag with 2-way adjustable handles


Shoulder or sling bag with adjustable handles


2-in-1 Sling back cum hand clutch/pouch with detachable handles


Thank you for dropping by!  
Have a nice day!

XXXXX



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Crochet Beaded Rope Necklace/Bracelet

25th May 2020 (Monday, MCO# 70)

Here are some photos on my crochet beaded rope necklace I found in my phone memory for sharing.  I've been away from this, far too long.  Thinking of starting to bead crochet again.


This is a necklace and bracelet set I made for myself using Matsuno glass seed beads



Another short necklace (choker) for myself, too 


Thanks for looking! 

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Mini Tartlets

24th May 2020 (Sunday)

Made this today from previous batch of leftover tart shells.  Strawberry jam at the base and filled in with cream cheese, toblerone chocolate and sprinkle with Milo powder.


Now you see it .......


and in a while, it'll be gone!  

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Crochet Bag ~ Multicolour Crochet Bag

24th May, 2020 (Sunday)

Multicolour yarns  with bamboo handles crochet bag.  The interior is fully lined with fabric and it has 2 pockets, one of which has a zip.  This bag is still available for sale if anyone is interested.  








Thanks for reading!  Have a wonderful Sunday, peeps!

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My 4th Basque Burnt Cheesecake during MCO

Monday, 18th May 2020

I would like to apologize if I have bored you with my baking and cooking rants.  This blog is supposed to be about wire jewelry making but turned out otherwise.  I am "temporarily" distracted from wire jewelry craft and turning my attention to crocheting and now, this.  Bear with me please.  

This cake was done  during the weekend and is my 4th Basque Burnt Cheesecake during the MCO period.  I just wanted to use up all the cream cheese that was left from previous baking sessions.  This time I really managed to get the top surface burnt accordingly.  


I followed my recipe from The Emily Wong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fjSbwWhkXis on YouTube.  There are many more videos that you can find on this cake, some added matcha (green tea) and some chocolate with a twist.  You just have to follow whichever suits you.


Care to have a slice?  

Feeling bored with no updates about wire jewelry crafting?  Please bear with me, ya until I get myself motivated & inspired again with wire jewelry.

Thank you for reading!  


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Crochet Bag ~ Multipurpose Bag

Sunday, 16th May 2020

Today is a weekend and we're at # 61st day of MCO in Malaysia
 (Malaysia's MCO started on 18th March 2020)

I am just updating some photos of crocheted bags which I've completed long ago.
This square base bag was initially done with the purpose of carrying food tupperwares/containers but ended up becoming a multipurpose bag.  It's now being used as a yarns bag where I keep my present project's yarns for convenience sake.  

I cross stitched the front of the bag with the initial "E" (as in Emily) and the back with 2 hearts.  The inside is lined with fabric and a plastic board at the base to keep it sturdy.





Hope everyone is still staying safe by staying at home, taking care of personal hygiene, practising social distancing and wearing a mask while outdoors.

Till then, take care!  :D

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Food ~ Steamed Glutinous Chicken Rice


Saturday, 16th May 2020

Reluctant from baking cakes/bread for the past few days, I am back with this recipe using glutinous rice.  This is the second time I made from the leftover glutinous rice I had made previously.  I was advised by the doctor to stop eating glutinous rice for health reason but I ate it anyway, because it's been such a long time since last tasted it.

I made it using one of the many recipes from YouTube channel, namely "Spice N' Pans" .
 Didnt follow exactly the steps but it came out very delicious when eaten with chilli sauce.  

The ingredients I've used are pre-soaked minimum 4 hours or overnight glutinous rice, pre-marinated chicken meat and chinese mushrooms and chinese sausages.  You can put whatever ingredients you want but I prefer the above. 

 The meat, sausages and mushrooms are arranged at the bottom of the bowl and then top up with the glutinous rice which is then pressed to level it with the bowl.

Lastly, steam in boiling water for 45 minutes or more depending on the portion.


So yummy!  😋




Metal bowls to steam (minimum 45 minutes) them in and then unmould upside down to a plate for serving.  Best eaten while still hot with chilli sauce on the side.  Feeling hungry?

😘😍😄😀😊🤗

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Work In Progress - Crocheting a round base bag

14th May 2020 ( Thursday)

2 days away and the weekend is approaching. Having insomnia and feeling tired for the past couple of days, baking is out for me but routine cooking and carrying out house chores is unavoidable.

 This is my work in progress for the past few days.  I need to have an outlet to destress, ok!  
  Infact, I have another 2 WIP projects waiting to be completed.

This is a stitch (crocodile stitch, so called because it resembles scales of the crocodile ).  Initially afraid to do this stitch but now its easy peasy.  It uses up a lot of thread though.  It started with a round base and gradually crocheted up to the height that I require.  Will update with a photo of the bag when I've completed it.


Thanks for reading.  Have a nice day !



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