This Crochet Crafting Bag is one of my most favourite designs to date! It is so simple and has saved me so much grief and is the perfect bag for everything I need when making my crochet softies! It is small enough not to be bulky and in the way, but big enough to fit pins, spare crochet hook (I always seem to loose mine!), tape measure, scissors, pencil and a small note pad.
Most importantly this pattern is so versatile! This bag can be made in a variety of different sizes. All you need to adjust is the Ch’s, number of rows and the length of string to tie it onto itself. I hope this bag is as handy as it is for you as it has been for me. I know I would be lost without mine!
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What you will need:
3.5mm Crochet Hook
1 Skein of 4 Seasons Stallion 8ply yarn in Grey (or colour of your choosing).
Needle for sewing in threads
Abbreviations (US Terms):
SC – Single Crochet
st – Stitch
sl st – Slip Stitch
BLO – Back Loop Only
FLO – Front Loop Only
*Ch 3 counts as St throughout pattern*
Foundation Row) Ch 45 + 3
Round 1) In 4th Ch from hook DC in BLO. DC in BLO until end of row. Continue to DC in foundation row (this will be the Front Loop of the foundation row) until end. DC in bottom of the 1st three skipped chains. (Total = 3Ch, 45 DC BLO, 45 DC FLO, 1DC in bottom of Ch3 Space). Sl st into top of Ch3 space.
Round 2 – 10) Ch 3, DC in each around. Sl St into top of Ch 3 space. (91)
Round 11) Ch 3, 45DC (one side of bag).
Round 12 – 18) Ch 3 DC in each until end (including top of Ch 3 space). (45)
Fasten off. Leave long tail to sew into bag.
Foundation: Ch 70.
Row 1) Sl St into middle most St on top of bag (middle most St of Round 18 of bag). SC until end.
Fasten off, sew in all ends.
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