Coco Knot Bag
"Craft your way to sustainable living with this reusable crochet market bag. This sturdy market bag is roomy enough for grocery shopping, trips to the beach, or, of course, yarn! Use a cotton yarn for maximum durability :-) This market bag is crocheted using the Love Knot (also known as Solomon’s Knot or the Lover’s Knot), and don't worry if this is a new stitch for you - the pattern includes a full photo and video tutorial."
A beautiful traditional granny squares bag in a Japanese knot style. This bag is unique, stylish and can be made with any of your favorite worsted yarn, preferably cotton. This easy crochet purse pattern is the perfect project for an advanced beginner.
The body of this bag is made by joining two panels and the panels are made by joining granny squares motifs. This bag is nicely finished with two dense handles using the same stitch used in the body to keep the flow of the pattern.
Here's an oversized and modern tote design that can serve many many purposes-farmers market, craft tote, carry-on/travel, diaper bag, purse, beach bag, and more. The bobble stitch details give this tote a modern and slightly decorative appearance.
The optional pocket is perfect for easy access cell phone storage. Choose to keep the tote unlined, or add a liner and pockets to your personal preference.
This little bag is perfect for make-up and accessories and adds an adorable finishing touch to any decor. Perfect for a counter top making your favorite items easy to get to and neatly hidden away!
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.