Summer market bag crochet pattern

Lately I found out that I really need something new to carry in my yarn and most important things when I go to the beach or spend time in our cabin. The bag I usually take with me is either to small for crafty equipment and already horribly worn out so I’ve came up with an idea of making myself new one. I must admit it’s been one of most difficult creating time in my life but here we go with the 5th attempt and (HOORAY!) final result of my work.

Now when job’s done I have strong desire to make at least one more. Hope you’ll enjoy making one and don’t forget to tag me @moroshky on your photos on Instagram.

Supplies:
– fine weight cotton yarn (DMC Natura Just Cotton – 155m/50g)
– 4.5mm hook
– scissors
– needle

Abbreviations:
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sl st – slip stitch
inc – double crochet increase

Pattern is written in US crochet terms.

Gauge:
10x10cm = 15sts x 8rows

Final dimensions:
Width: 38 cm
Height (without handles): 35 cm

‘Ch 2’ doesn’t count as a stitch.

Start with a magic circle.
R1: ch 2, dc x 12, sl st (12)
R2: ch 2, inc x 12, sl st (24)
R3: ch 2, [dc, inc] x 12, sl st (36)
R4: ch 2, [dc, inc, dc] x 12, sl st (48)
R5: ch 2, [dc x 3, inc] x 12, sl st (60)
R6: ch 2, [dc x 2, inc, dc x 2] x 12. sl st (72)
R7: ch 2, [dc x 5, inc] x 12, sl st (84)
R8: ch 2, [dc x 3, inc, dc x 3] x 12, sl st (96)
R9: ch 2, [dc x 7, inc] x 12, sl st (108)
R10: ch 2, [dc x 4, inc, dc x 4] x 12, sl st (120)
R11: ch 2, [dc x 9, inc] x 12, sl st (132)
R12: ch 2, [dc x 3, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 3, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 2, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 3, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 3] x 6, sl st (132)
R13: ch 2, [ dc x 2, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 3, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 4, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 3, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 2] x 6, sl st (132)
R14: ch 2, [dc, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 4, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 4, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 4, ch 2, skip 2, dc] x 6, sl st (132)
R15: sl st, ch 2, [dc x 7, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 2, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 7, ch 2] x 6, sl st (132)
R16: ch 2, [dc x 8, ch, skip 1, dc x 2, ch, skip 1, dc x 10] x 6, sl st (132)
R17: ch 2, [dc x 9, ch 2, skip 2, dc x 11] x 6, sl st (132)
R18: ch 2, dc x 132, sl st (132)
R19-24: ch 2, [dc, ch 2, skip 2] x 44, sl st (132)
R25-26: ch 2, [dc, ch, skip 1] x 44, sl st (86)
R27: ch 2, dc x 86, sl st (86)
R28: ch 2, dc x 20, ch x 60, skip 20, dc x 23, ch x 60, skip 20, dc x 3, sl st (166)
R29-31: ch 2, dc x 166, sl st (166)
Fasten off

Rows 12 to 18:

 

 

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Comments

  1. Reply

    Hello! I love your patterns! I have a specific question about your dachshund pattern (with the striped sweater worked into the body). The yarn/color you show is the exact color of my son’s dachshund! They are expecting a baby in July and I would love to replicate your example. Do you remember what brand of yarn (and color) you used? Thank you!

    1. Reply

      Hi! I’m not sure if I got it right (I don’t know of what stripped sweater you’re talking about) but in my dachshund pattern I’ve used the Nako Bonbon Ince yarn in colors: 98226, 98209 (brown part); 98242, 98206 (black part).

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