This Asbury Tote Bag Crochet Pattern is made by first crocheting the base, then crocheting in the round for the body of the bag.
You can choose to use three different colors but it can certainly be crocheted using only one color as well!
"This is an original crochet tote pattern designed by Croyden Crochet. All my patterns are written in English using American crochet terms. Basic crochet skills and stitches are required for this pattern. The Asbury tote pattern uses Bernat Maker Home Dec yarn. Grommets are used in the pattern but are optional. Twisted cord is used for the handles of the tote. This pattern is crocheted in the round and is considered beginner friendly. Tote dimension are 15 1/2" (L) x 14" (H) x 4" (W)"
"This bag pattern is a perfect project for a confident beginner. It is worked from the bottom (base) up and uses basic crochet stitches. The base and top part of this bag are worked in the round (in a spiral). The main body part, on the other hand, though it is still worked in the round after crocheting the last stitch of the round, you have to slip stitch it into the very first stitch of that same round to join and then you will need to chain 1 to get the height of the next stitch. I've also included an option to add a detachable shoulder strap which you have the choice of crocheting your own strap or using a leather one."
It's such a beautiful bag made of Jackfield Tile Square, but it may well be done with any suitable square. The Tile Square Tote Bag Free Crochet Pattern is easy to follow with detailed photo based instructions. A simple cover is built from three pieces, then permanently sewn into a ready canvas base-an easy way to add strength and stability, shape and handling all at once. You can decorate the bag with lots of small items, such as buttons, beads, tassels etc. The pattern has English and Spanish versions. Please choose the one you are comfortable with. Thanks Christine Bateman for sharing this wonderful free crochet pattern. Happy crocheting.
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These Diamond Tote bags are so much fun to work up! The smaller size is perfect for a lunch bag size for work or to hold smaller items, while the larger size makes a nice and roomy size for day trips, shopping, beaches, and anything! This bag is made from the bottom up, starting with a rectangular base. Then the body is made using Tapestry Crochet technique. Finally, you'll add the handles in the last few rounds at the top of the bag. This free pattern includes 3 video tutorials to help you along the way with the base, tapestry crochet, and the handles. I hope you enjoy making your Diamond Tote!
Earlier this summer I got to spend some time in the southwest of the US, and that trip inspired the Capulin Cross Body Bag! The Capulin Cross Body Bag is made using the tapestry technique - you crochet over the unused yarn, and then switch colors (repeatedly) over the course of each round, creating images and shapes! A video tutorial is included for all the techniques used in this pattern. I hope you enjoy it!