This Matilda Tote Bag is a lovely structured and cabled bag that is surprisingly simple to make. It consists of three pieces, a front and back panel along with a long piece that wraps around the sides and bottom.
This bag would make the perfect yarn tote. It's a pretty good size, plus the pattern features a button-close feature on the top to keep your things from falling out.
Cabled Tote Bag Crochet Pattern
This sophisticated Cabled Tote Bag is thick and sturdy, ready to carry everything from your tablet to your water bottle. With cozy tables, this is a terrific accessory that transcends the seasons.
This tote pattern comes in two sizes, small and medium. This is not a beginner's pattern and you should be comfortable crocheting cables.
Work up one of these adorable pouches, featuring an asymmetrical flap, picot edges, and a twisted crochet cable, for a delightful notions pouch, artist’s sketchbook cover, or casual clutch. Skills Used Basic crochet stitches: chain, single crochet, slip stitch Crocheting flat in rows Crocheting in the back loop, skipping stitches Special stitches: FPdc and picot (with written explanations in pattern) Skill Level Intermediate Finished Size 10.5” (26.5 cm) wide x 6” (15 cm) tall with flap closed after blocking. Materials La Brebis Marled Sock (80% wool/20% nylon, 3.5 oz/100 g/440 yd/402 m) - 1 skein, or approximately 220 yd (201 m) in any super fine weight yarn. US Size F-5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook, or size needed to obtain gauge. 7/8” (22 mm) sew through or shank button. Yarn needle that fits through button eyes. Clover Quick Locking Stitch Marker Set. Gauge 25 sc = 4” (10 cm) unblocked. Exact gauge is not critical for this project.
Navy Stripes Simple Crochet Tote Bag Pattern
Need a simple crochet hobo bag pattern that you can use to make your next favorite bag? Made with super bulky yarn, this Navy Stripes Simple Crochet Tote Bag Pattern whips up in no time and leaves you with a tote that's cute and functional.
The construction is simply made by crocheting one long rectangle which makes up the bottom, sides, and strap of the bag, and then crocheting two side panel rectangles. Even the joining is done with single crochets!
Wildwood Project Bag
"Use up your favorite fabric scraps by making this easy bag. Sew up the fabric into a bag bottom and then add crochet around the top to make a cute and quick project bag that is perfect to hold a ball of yarn and your hook. It's easy to resize too: just resize your fabric and use it as the guide for the crochet. This would look great with a print on the bottom and a solid yarn on top or solid on the bottom and a variegated on the top. This would look great with a print on the bottom and a solid yarn on top or solid on the bottom and a variegated on the top. "
Square Bottom Tote
"I just love crochet patterns that look more complex then they are. That is definitely the case with the square bottom crochet tote bag. This bag starts with a simple solid granny square then in just a few rows of decreases you have a bag that is perfect for on the go. Do you ever have to dump out your entire purse to find your keys? This crochet tote will never hide your keys from you. You just lay the bag on a flat surface and it opens up nice and wide. Shuffle things around just a bit and you will be able to find anything you are looking for. "
Little Button Bag
If you are like most women, you can't get enough of fun bags and purses. And, if you're like me, you can't really afford to buy all the fancy bags you want. But being crafty has its benefits ... we can make our own bags!
"This Little Button Bag is a fun, quick wristlet-style purse - just right for keeping your smaller items organized in the depths of your big bag. It's the perfect size for your 'monthly' female necessities, complete with a strap to fit around your wrist for discreetly carrying to the restroom. A basketweave pattern along the middle of the bag adds a nice detail and gives it a bit of texture. Pick your favorite button and colors to match and you'll have a special little purse in no time.
Pop Tab Tote
Finished size of this tote is: 9-1/2" X 11-1/2". It was made using Bernat Baby Sport yarn and size F crochet hook. You will also need 256 pop tabs. (160 pop tabs for the tote and 96 pop tabs for the tote's handles.) The pop tabs are threaded onto the yarn and then crochet into the motif as you work. Each motif is joined as you so to make it a fairly fast project. The sides and bottom are then crochet and sewn onto the tot'es front and back to complete the project.Click here for free crochet pattern