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Crochet Fabric Beach Bag! Free Crochet Pattern.


Hello there and Happy Tuesday to you!Β Β Here’s a pattern that I’ve been wanting to make, primarily because I’ve had the yarn for quite awhile and wanted to put it to good use! This bag, I feel would be perfect for a trip to the beach or anywhere to be honest!

THE INGREDIENTS

4 Skeins of fabric yarn [you can create your own using this video]

I utilized “Freedom Yarn” 75 yards each /5.3oz/ 100% Cotton /

Β 1 yard of fabric

set of purse handles

9.00 MM Crochet Hook

Yarn Needle

Craft Scissors

Fabric Glue

Needle and Thread

ABBREVIATIONS/STITCHES UTILIZED

sc=single crochet

hdc=half double crochet

dc=double crochet

tch[s]=turning chain[s]

sts=stitches

sl st= slip stitch

ch=chain

GAUGE:

7 SC = 4″

6 rows=4″

FINAL DIMENSIONS:

10 inches height

17.5 inches length

THE PATTERN

*You will repeat this Step TWICE. Creating both the FRONT as well as the Back piece to construct the bag.

STEP ONE

Chain FOR 26 STS/ 16 INCHES LENGTH

R1: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R2: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R3: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R4: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R5: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R6: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R7: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R8: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R9: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R10: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R11:Β SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R12: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R13: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R14: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R15: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R16: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R17: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R18: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R19: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, SL ST to complete and fasten off work.

REPEAT TWICE FRONT AND BACK.

STEP TWO

Creating the Bottom piece and Side Piece of the Bag. It will be one long strip that will be sewn from one side, to the bottom, reaching the other side.

CH for 4 STS

[19 sts for the SIDES and 26 STS for the bottom for a total of 64 rows]

R1: SC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R2: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue.

R3-R64: HDC into all of the STS for the entire row, at the end of the row, turn work utilizing turning chain to continue. After final row [64] SL ST to complete and fasten off work.

STEP THREE

Utilizing your yarn sewing needle and the fabric yarn, you will sew STEP TWO to STEP ONE. Aligning the long strip around what will be the bottom of the bag.Β [ SEW 19 sts for the SIDES and 26 STS for the bottom for a total of 64 rows]

STEP FOUR

Cutting and measuring out the fabric, 42 inches circumference and the bottom piece is 19 inches length. Turn the bag inside out. Leave the top row of the bag free to construct the handles!Β Β Align the fabric with the crocheted and sew needle and thread to secure [or you may use fabric glue to secure fabric surrounding the bag.]

STEP FIVE

Adding the purse handles, this STEP will be repeated TWICE for the BACK AND FRONT of the bag. With your hook and fabric yarn, insert your hook into the top row, into the 8th ST, SC, CH 1, now you will take your hook out and place the purse strap hoop through and into the following ST, SL ST to secure it. Fasten work and skip 6 STS to repeat this step, implementing the other side of the purse handle securing it in place.

HAPPY CRAFTING!

#THEDREAMCROCHET

XX ashlee elle.



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