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Unicorn Backpack

Learn how to crochet a beginner-friendly unicorn backpack with this easy pattern. Two strands of worsted weight yarn are held together to give support and structure to the bag and straps. The entire bag is made from single crochet and chain spaces with minimal shaping for the front flap to make this an excellent project for someone new to crochet. An experienced crocheter could easily work this up in a weekend. A contrasting yarn is used for the horn, border and mane and two buttons complete the design.

Unicorn Backpack

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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.My Go To Bag

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How to Make Granny Straps

Learn how to make granny straps with this free crochet pattern. There are charts, images, graphs and even videos for you to watch and learn how to make these cute straps. Design your bag with some great granny straps. This free crochet pattern could even be used as a chunky necklace or bracelet. The possibilities are endless; use your imagination.

How to Make Granny Straps

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Perfect Crocheted Backpack

Not all backpacks are made specifically for kids. This Perfect Crocheted Backpack is actually written for adults in mind, but can easily be adjusted for children to use by adjusting the strap length. This free crochet bag pattern is big enough to store yarn, books, magazines, and more. To make the bag bigger, simply crochet a larger base. This versatile crocheted backpack features a button closure front flap that will help keep your belongings safe. The shell stitch is used to complete this free crochet pattern.

Perfect Crocheted Backpack

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Lipa Backpack

"Beginner friendly tapestry crochet backpack- Lipa Backpack. It is an easy crochet rucksack supported by a video tutorial on how to change colours when using the tapestry crochet technique. I am going back to my national roots with my latest design. I have incorporated a linden tree (Lipa) into the tapestry backpack design. Linden tree is a national symbol in Slovakia and linden leaf is part of our state seal too. I have chosen to work with Scheepjes Cahlista. It is an aran/worsted weight 100% cotton yarn which is perfect for this design."Lipa Backpack

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Koala: Backpack & Bag

"Hello! I want to share with you this pattern to make a mini koala backpack which can also be turned into a little crossbody bag with the way we'll place the strap, it is a very very easy and quick project and the kids are gonna love it! We'll use yarn of any color you choose for your main color, I chose beige, black for the eyes and brown for the nose. We are also going to need a button, a little bit of white felt, tapestry needle, crochet hook 4 mm and 3 mm. You can change the yarn weight as you like and the hook accordingly keeping in mind it will change the final size of your backpack. Mine is about 19 cm / 7,5 inches just the koala portion, plus the straps that will be as long as you wish to make them."Koala: Backpack & Bag

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