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Bahamas Escape Bag by Gina Gungor. Crochet mesh shopping bag by Jane Harrisson. Travel size make-up bag. Market Bag - Free Crochet Pattern. Hello my fellow hookers!!

Market Bag - Free Crochet Pattern

Today I have for you this very simple, sturdy market bag, which is perfect for those spring, summer, and fall trips to the farmers market! I always enjoy picking out fresh, seasonal produce to later make into healthy meals for myself and my family. So why not have a light, breathable bag to carry all my goodies?! If you know how to single crochet and chain, you can easily make this! But watch out, soon your friends and family will want one too! Market Bag Pattern Materials6 MM (Size J) Hook2-3 Skeins of Lily Sugar and Creme Cotton YarnNotes: After the beginning chain, you will single crochet along both sides of the chain, creating a round. Chain 31 Round 1: SC in second chain from hook, and each ch across (30 SC). make 3 SC in the last ch, and continue to SC around the opposite side of the chain. Finishing round: Ch 1, SC 5 times in each chain space. Crochet bag pattern: How to make a crochet market shopper.

Up your fruit and veg intake with this gorgeous crochet bag pattern perfect for Saturday morning trips to the market.

Crochet bag pattern: How to make a crochet market shopper

It’s designed with a strong base and wide strap that won’t dig in, no matter how laden with goods you are! You will need: • 2 x 100g balls of white cotton yarn (Patons DK mercerised cotton) • 4mm crochet hook • Scrap, coloured yarn to use as markers • Scissors • Tapestry needle to weave endsBuy here Step 1 Attach yarn to hook with a half hitch. Round 1: ch 3, sl st into 1st ch, ring formed. Round 2: ch2 (acts as 1st tr) tr 8 into centre of ring, sl st to top of 1st 2ch to join, pull tail to tighten ring (9sts in round). Step 2 Round 3: ch2, tr into base st of ch, [2 tr into next st] rep 7 times, sl st to top of 1st 2ch to join (18sts in round). Step 3 Round 5: ch2, tr into base st of ch, 1tr into each of next 2sts [2 tr into next st, 1 tr into each of next 2sts] rep 7 times, sl st to top of 1st 2ch to join (36sts in round). Simple Stylish Market Bag. For the grocery store, farmer’s market, or even beach – these cotton mesh bags are incredibly useful, expandable, and durable.

Simple Stylish Market Bag

Plus they take up virtually no space when empty. AND they’re super easy to crochet. I posted this bag not long ago, and due to it’s popularity decided to publish the pattern. In the original post I mentioned that it’s made with cotton yarn upcycled from an old sweater – and so is this one! For more information on getting your hands on recycled sweater yarn, see my definitive tutorial Everything You Need to Know to Start Recycling Sweater Yarn.

Like Vickie Howell Cotton-ish for Bernat. Simple Stylish Market Bag patternNotes: The chain lengths at the beginning of rounds 1-7 DO NOT count as the first dc.Gauge is not critical3.75 crochet hook.150 yards #3 weight cotton yarn – recycled yarn or store bought, like Bernat “Cotton-ish” pictured above.Rnd 1: Ch 4. Got questions or comments? 800762_Shoulder_Sack_Purse.pdf. Crochet Mesh Bag. A year ago as I was browsing through the beautiful images of Craftgawker, I came across a gorgeous crocheted ombre bag by Maize Hutton HERE.

Crochet Mesh Bag

She had made some modifications to a free “Knit-O-Matic” grocery bag by Haley Waxberg (free pattern can be found on Ravelry HERE) and I was super excited to make my very own when I was pregnant! It’s taken me a year to blog about it, but better late than never, right? I had A LOT of fun working on this bag pattern as it was unlike anything I had previously crocheted.

Working in the chain spaces round by round went by very quickly, and keeping track of the beginning of each round was a must! This pattern called for DK/Light (3) cotton yarn, so I opted to use my favourite Patons Grace mercerized cotton (which is actually a Sport/Fine (2) yarn) in grey. I had read some Ravelry comments stating that the bag had turned out smaller than they had expected. Crochet Tote Bag Patterns Best Free Collection. Advertisement - content continues below A Tote Bag is so handy and we’ve put together a cute collection you will love.

Crochet Tote Bag Patterns Best Free Collection

These are beginner friendly Crochet Projects that are quick and easy and perfect for the market. It’s a much better alternative to plastic shopping bags too. Scroll our page all the way to the end. Crochet in Public Bag Pattern - Whistle and Ivy. I think we can collectively agree that crochet is awesome.

Crochet in Public Bag Pattern - Whistle and Ivy

It’s therapeutic, it’s useful, it’s fun, it passes the time…need I go on? Today is National Knit or Crochet in Public Day, which is an awesome holiday in my opinion (although I’m sure you don’t need a holiday to crochet in public, ammi right?). This cute Crochet in Public Bag is something that I thought up some time ago, but today is a fitting day to finally write and publish the pattern. This bag is perfect for a quick project on the run, especially if you are somewhere where you can’t sit or hold your yarn in your lap. Take your crochet literally everywhere. What you need: (affiliate links) – Medium Weight Yarn – Caron Cakes – H hook– Darning Needle.

Strong Crochet Strap; How to ・ClearlyHelena. Share on Facebook39 shares on Facebook Share on StumbleUpon0 shares on StumbleUpon I made up a name for this very useful stitch.

Strong Crochet Strap; How to ・ClearlyHelena

Tea toters - Simply Notable. Knitomatic crochet market bag jan 12 2015 3. Knitomatic eco_warrior_bag. Crochet Watermelon Coin Purse. For the rest of the pattern do not join, use a stitch marker to keep track of your rounds.

Crochet Watermelon Coin Purse

Round 2: SC around (between the SC’s) with 2 extra SC on each end (48 SC) Round 3-4: SC around (48 SC) Change color to white Round 4-5: SC around (48 SC) Change color to pink Round 6: 20 SC, SC Dec, 22 SC, SC Dec, 2 SC Round 7: 20 SC, SC Dec, 20 SC, SC Dec, 5 SC Round 8: 19 SC, SC Dec, 20 Sc, SC Dec, 5 SC Round 9: SC around (43 SC) Round 10: 20 SC , SC Dec, 20 SC, SC Dec Round 11: 8 SC, SC Dec, 8 SC, SC Dec, 8 SC, SC Dec, 8 SC, SC Dec, 2 SC. Mini Knitting Tote. There are currently no images from other crafters. close Terms & Conditions You must enter into this Agreement if you want to submit digital images or other content to Prime Publishing through Sharing Customer Images (the "Service").

Mini Knitting Tote

As used in this Agreement, "we" or "Prime Publishing" means Prime Publishing, LLC. and "you" means the individual or entity submitting materials to Prime Publishing. Any individual or entity that wants to use the Service must accept the terms of this Agreement without change. 1) Eligibility. 2) Definitions. 3) License Grant for Materials. Right, so I didn’t update again for the whole of October, even after I said I would, and I haven’t shared any projects that were knitted after August.

What have I been up to then? Knitting! I’ve made a huge dent in my Christmas knitting, and I’m beginning to think, maybe too optimistically, that I could even be done before December rolls around. We’ll see. I also purchased a Kindle, which I love, love, love. Free Crochet Pattern: Sturdy Market Tote. One of my favorite, favorite things about summer is hitting up the farmer’s market. For me, it’s not only about the fresh, local produce, it’s about the experience. Yes? Yesssss. :) Plarn owl wristlet. Free Market Tote Crochet Pattern. Need a quick gift for a little girl in your life? This free market tote crochet pattern might be the perfect thing! Whip one up in a couple hours while listening to an ebook or spending time with your family, add a flower or other embellishment, and you’re good to go! How cute would it be to add some felt or crocheted food inside the bag?

Riley has already spent a good deal of time enjoying this bag and I know she would absolutely love having items to go in it! It would also make a good yarn storage bag – it holds a good number of cotton skeins. The finished dimensions of this crochet shopping tote pattern is approximately 12 inches deep by 11 inches wide with a 9 inch “deep” handle (though that’s easily adjustable). Click here for the adult size version of this pattern. Before you get started, make sure you have the following: About 250 yards of worsted weight yarnAn I hookA safety pin for marking stitches.A flower or other embellishment to spice it up! Ch 3. Easy Market Bag. Replace those plastic shopping bag with an environmentally friendly crochet market bag.

This pattern was inspired by Materials: 3.50 mm crochet hook DK Yarn - I used 100 grams (2 balls) of Moda Vera Beetle which is 50% cotton and 50 % acrylic. Scissors Yarn needle. Ombre Basket Pattern. I am so amazed at the interest with this basket I used 9 colors and tried to achieve an ombre effect. The size is about three times larger than the chunky basket.

I'm putting this one beside my chair for WIPs. Measurements 9.5 inches in height 12 inches in diameter Materials 9 different colors of worsted weight yarn Size L crochet hook Yarn needle Pattern notes The first ch 2 of each round counts as the first st Hold 4 strands together If you are using one color to make this basket, you will not need to join each rnd of the body of the basket. Turning Japanese Bag – some variations. Have you tried the Turning Japanese Bag pattern yet. You should give it a try – it’s really easy! Part of the ‘My First Bag series’ it’s a single pattern piece, no fancy zippers or closures, the handles are ready made and it’s perfect to showcase a really nice fabric or a large scale print. However, just because its simple, there’s no need to stop there. A simple pattern is often an ideal base to start from if you want to add a few additions of your own.

In this example: I add a hard bottom and some shiny bag feetIt has a couple of small d-rings on the side where you can add a removable shoulder chainI split the pattern to use two different fabrics instead of just one. Here is the original bag. Simple Heart-Shaped Bling Bag: Free Sewing Pattern. This makes a bag measuring approximately 20cm across the widest part. You will need ● Stiff fabric – we used a glittery canvas fabric. If you think your fabric is a bit too floppy, use a stiff iron-on interfacing to give it more body.● 1.2 metres of cord – for the handle (this is long enough for you to wear across your body)● 1 x magnetic clasp – at least 1cm diameter Cutting out Using the template below, cut out two heart shapes in your fabric. On the back of each fabric heart, mark in the magnetic snap position and the correct placement for the handles.