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
"This spectacular mandala motif is transformed into a simple tote bag with the addition of perfectly placed tabs along the sides and bottom of the two motifs. The textured strap is worked right into the side of the bag. Optional lining instructions are included, too. This motif would also make an exquisite joined motif afghan. Click the link below to view the free crochet pattern, video tutorial and detailed crochet charts. I can't wait to see what you all create!- Kristin Omdahl"
Save your phones and tabs and scratches with these super adorable crochet cases. These crochet cozies are super handy. You can carry mobile phones and tabs efficiently with them. For making this crochet cozy, you require simply soft yarn in a basic color. Moreover, use a 2.5mm crochet hook for crocheting phone and tab cozy. To work on this project, you require intermediate-level crochet skills. yarnspirations
"The Tricolor Tote has so many fun details - changing stitch patterns, fun tassels, braided handles - but its soft color palette and orderly structure bring balance to this fast and fun (and free!) crochet pattern! The Tricolor Tote was designed using Lion Brand Fast-Track, which is a really fun and unique yarn! Soft cotton/poly blend in a tape-like shape, it's like crocheting with your favorite t-shirts. And I love the look it gives projects! This tote is also another pattern on my never-ending search for the ideal bag handles. I've tried many different methods over the years, but I think this is the first time I've tried braids! This yarn lends itself really well to these braided handles, with only a tiny bit of stretch, lots of strength, and some great color play that ends in tassels! If this handle style isn’t to your taste, you can always add pre-purchased handles, or crochet your own using the linked tutorial!"
This easy Basketweave Drink Tote is worked with front and back post stitches to create a super textured and sturdy design! This pattern is worked in joined rounds of single crochet stitches and double crochet stitches, including the basketweave look. It's a great pattern because: This drink tote is a quick and easy project to work up! Bags and totes are great projects to work up in warmer months! This project works great with cotton yarns, and plant-based fibers! You'll get to practice a lot of crochet skills: joined rounds, stitch tension, gauge and size, front and back post stitches, finishing techniques and more!
Create this gorgeous puff tote bag! This bag works up quickly and uses 7, 2.5 oz of 100% cotton yarn. I used Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn in 7 colors. Each skein will be enough to complete each color sequence on both sides with a little bit left over. You will crochet directly into the zipper for this project (this part is super easy!). Just poke into the zipper with an awl or sharp thicker needle and insert your crochet hook in the hole and crochet as usual. You will work both sides then sc pieces together with an outter seam. The finished bag measures 21″ wide and 14″ tall. You can add a lining if you plan on using the bag for smaller items, for larger items the bag will be fine as is. Enjoy the free pattern!