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Debra Arch


Since 1998, Debra Arch has had several hundred crochet, knitting, hand-applique, machine sewing, quilting, needle felting, and needlepoint on plastic canvas designs published by various publishers in magazines and pattern books. She also is the instructor of 2 online crochet classes. Debra is always working to create new tricks to make crafting easier, faster and more fun... and she loves sharing her tips with others! Photos of many of her published designs and info regarding her online classes can be viewed on her Ravelry page https://www.ravelry.com/designers/debra-arch or by searching Debra Arch Designs on Pinterest

Projects by Debra Arch


Seaboard I-Cord Bracelets

These easy-to-make bracelets are stylish, great for scraps and perfect for showing off pretty buttons. Make several in an hour and give them to all your friends. These are the modern friendship bracelets that will take over the summer.

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Stella Striped Bag

Stella is a knit bag that puts a spin on traditional nautical stripes. Made flat in the garter stitch, stitches are picked up along the bottom edges of the center panel to work the horizontal striped borders. Knit with nylon cord and lined with felt, this bag is sturdier than most for all your summer adventures.

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Coconut Beach Raffia Fanny Pack

Coconut Beach Raffia Fanny Pack

Raffia ribbon transforms this Fanny Pack into a trendy, hands-free mini purse that can be anchored to the waist to hold the basics such as phone, keys, money and lipstick! Its neutral color will complement any outfit whether shopping, on vacation or visiting your favorite beach.

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Rainforest Raffia Bag

Colorful raffia comes together to make a bag that feels like a rainforest adventure. Complete with trendy circular bamboo-style handles and a loop stitch center fringe, this bag has island style. Three optional I-cord flowers add the final touch to this summer bag that’s perfect for your adventures.

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Rheya Raffia Bag

Three innovative techniques are used to create this beachy textured bag. An easy two-row repeat creates a thick, luxurious feel and sturdy structure that we know you’ll love. The clever knit cord and new knit around a metal ring technique look exactly like crochet but are easily made with simple knitting stitches.

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Pillow to Pine For

A fun, unusual technique forms the distinct pine needle edging on this cabin-inspired pillow. Beaded berry sprays and pine branches surround a dimensional Pinecone made with clusters of knit stitches to create the cozy design.

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Royal Rhinestone Pillow

This dazzling knit-in-one-piece pillow has a sparkling center motif created with various rhinestone shapes that help this pillow steal the show. Complete with a nubby textured seed stitch border that surrounds the floral center, you can’t go wrong with this bling-tastic design.  

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