Made with clasic granny stitch that by adding a few stripes will turn into entirely different and modern bag. For this bag, you can use worsted/aran weight yarn. The pattern is very easy to follow and beginner-friendly.
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Alpine Tulip Bag Free Crochet Pattern and Video Tutorial
A Crochet Alpine tulip bag is a bag you will want to have in your wardrobe. It's an easy to carry tote bag, which is versatile and fashionable fit for any task or occasion. The Alpine Tulip Bag Free Crochet Pattern has a very unique design with a video tutorial. This chevron bag is crocheted bottom up. Start with a square at the base then eventually forming the chevron design going up. You can crochet it using any yarn you have in your stash. Just choose your yarn and the hook suitable for it. The pattern is easy to make once you start it. By just repeating a few rounds you will have this textured, boho bag. Thanks Passionate Crafter for sharing this free pattern and video tutorial. The link for the free pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting!
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Bright Stripes Backpack
When I got some of the new Red Heart Super Saver Stripes I wanted to make something for me because I love the colors so much. I can always use a lightweight backpack. Project Description: A simple drawstring backpack with a fun texture. Skill Level: Basic crochet skills are needed and must be able to read a crochet pattern. Completion Time (how long it takes the designer to make one): 3 hours Materials and Details Yarn: 400 yards Worsted weight yarn. Sample: Red Heart Yarn Stripes in Bright Stripes (1.75 skeins) Crochet Hook: H, I Miscellaneous: yarn needle Measurements: 11” wide x 13.5” tall or desired length Gauge: Not necessary for this project.
Chevron Stripes Pouch Free Crochet Pattern
"The Chevron Stripes Pouch is so fun to make and has such endless color possibilities! Whether you choose two solid colors of yarn, a solid and a variegated yarn, or even make each stripe different colors, your pouch is going to look amazing. You may even have some friends and family members asking for one of their own too! I hope you enjoy making this tapestry crochet pouch! For the chevron stripes design, I followed a graph that you will see in the pattern on the blog. Following making the bag, I also added a zipper. This bag is currently unlined, but there are also links at the end of the pattern for a photo and video tutorial on adding a lining to a crocheted bag."
My Go To Bag
Straps 26 inches long and 2 inches wide Bag 17 inches long by 15 inches wide when measured on a flat surface Handle Drop 14 inches My Go To Bag is my practical, everyday crocheted bag. I wanted a bag I could use for everything - from beach bag to book bag - a single crocheted base gives this bag extra support - the first few rounds are crocheted in double crochet and then the main bag is worked up in an easy to work granny stitch stripe pattern. I chose to make my straps slightly wider than most bags because when you fill the bag and the straps stretch, they will remain comfortable on your shoulders. If you would like to have a narrower strap, it is very easy to change the width of the strap. Simply add one extra decrease repeat of: Sc2tog, 1 sc in each of the next 2 sts, sc2tog. Ch 1, turn. 4 in place of R11 of the straps and for R80 work: 2 sc in the first st, 1 sc in each of the next 2 sts, 2 sc in the last st, ch 1, turn. 6. Have fun making this simple, attractive and practical Go To Bag! You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern - just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size of your project will also be different.
Cinch Stripes Backpack
"The Cinch Stripes Backpack is a simple bag featuring some of my favorite half double crochet variations! With easy rope straps, you'll love making this one skein crochet pattern on Moogly! This pattern features a few different ways to use the half double crochet stitch - including a couple of variations I came up with myself - though I wouldn't be surprised to find they are already out there, I haven’t found them. Mix this pattern up to make it your own! Choose your own yarn colorway, use different ropes or ribbons - or even crochet your own! Add or subtract rows as desired too - this pattern is so flexible, and I can't wait to see how you customize yours!"