Crochet Market Bag Pattern - $4.99 USD
If you previously bought my Merkado Bag pattern via Ravelry, you can get Market bag pattern for just $1 more. Discount will automatically apply to your purchase.
Etsy customers, please, contact me.
Two bags bundle is $5.99
Merkado bag is made with bulky weight yarn, while Market Bag is made with fingering weight.
Merkado bag does not require handle sewing and made without fastening off from beginning to end.
Review by Etsy customer: I must say I expected this design to be difficult and work about like a canvas tote bag- wrong on both! This pattern is easy even for a "strictly knit-ly" crafter like myself, and it works way better than any tote I've ever used. It can fit an AMAZING amount of stuff no matter what size yarn you use (I've made one out of the recommended lace/ fingering weight and one out of sport weight using the same 2.75mm hook for both) I love using it when I'm buying boxes or awkward shaped items that typically tear plastic bags. Add a little piping into the handle as you sew it and it's a miracle tote (I'm short, if handles stretch they hit my knees and shins haha) Following the pattern as written, you can fit about 3-4 plastic bags worth of stuff in one Market Bag. I. Love. This. Pattern.
Easy / beginner.
You should know how to crochet following stitches:
ch (chain), sl st (slip stitch), sc (single crochet).
This pattern includes:
2.75 mm or size to match your yarn.
Fingering weight yarn (100 g / 3.5 oz / 300 m / 330 yards), shown here – Lithuanian 6 ply Linen Yarn from YarnStories on Etsy, 110 g (2 balls) in #102 Natural White. Buy 3 ply (100 g / 3.5 oz / 600 m / 660 yards) and use 2 strands, one from inside and another from outside of one ball (fingering weight requires 6 ply of this yarn).
Tapestry needle to weave in ends.
Bag is 65 cm (25 ½'') long, stretches significantly width-wise.
26 sts x 26 rows = 10 x 10 cm (4 x 4)'' in Single Crochet Stitch.
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