Made from Rio De La Plata Hand spun, Kettle dyed wool. I basically crocheted a bag. I started at the bottom and worked around both sides of the chain with three sc in each end. I continued to sc three stitches in each end stitch until I thought it was large enough then i just sc around and around until I was almost our of yarn. It took a couple of cycles in my front loader washing machine. The crochet makes a very dense fabric and a good sturdy purse. The color just happened. When it was done being felted and dried I sewed on the handle and a sunflower shaped button to accent it. I carry this purse a lot even though it isn't pink.