With a free crochet bag pattern and this Linen Grocery Tote you can easily find a way to carry all your groceries in the store. Get earth friendly with your new bag instead of using a paper or plastic bag that you'll just throw out. Reuse and recycle!
Make The Cutest Plarn Grocery/Beach Bag for this summer. This free crochet pattern is a great way to recycle all your unused plastic grocery bags. It uses single crochet making it work up quickly. Take your new bag and get beach-bound.
You can run to the store or pack a trip to the pool with this Go Green Mesh Crochet Tote. With more and more people and organizations wanting to save the environment, we have to do something about the plastic waste. The best way to combat that is to use non-plastic bags for our groceries and other purchases. You can work up this tote bag in no time and help save our precious earth at the same time. What more could you want from a crochet pattern
Instead of using plastic bags, use the crochet and clothing bag while doing grocery. In this way, you can not only save your environment from trash, as well as carry your stuff conveniently. So, make this super adorable grocery bag with a free pattern and 100% acrylic yarn in purple color. Besides this, you also require a 4.5mm crochet hook with an 8-stitch marker. lucykatecrochet
If you're like us, you likely never leave your local farmer's market empty-handed. Instead of toting everything home in a plastic bag, though, what about using your crochet skills to create the Linen Market Bag? This pattern is easy to make and includes a mesh design that can hold your veggies, cheese, and other goodies. The crochet bag pattern is stylish, and the bag can be folded up and stashed in your car or purse when it's not in use. You just might get requests to crochet a bag or two from family and friends!
"I hate plastic bags from the grocery store or other retail shops! I try my best to recycle and reuse, but they still drive me crazy. I have started carrying a bigger purse and if I make a small purchase, I just stuff it in there rather than take another bag."