Crochet Kit - Tradecraft Tote

SKU: B71031

Get your hook ready for some crochet origami! In this fun and very approachable pattern, three simple squares come together to forma sturdy tote bag. There’s zero seaming, very few ends to weave in and plenty of portable potential in this quick, surprisingly roomy bag. You’ll practice the skills of working in the round, slip stitching and working basic increases and decreases.


Pattern Designer Information
Jess Coppom is the maker and doer behind the blog MakeAndDoCrew.com - a creative oasis of free crochet and knit patterns for modern homes and families. Stunning photography and straightforward video tutorials lead readers step-by-step through the process of making something they can be proud of.
Skill Level
Level 2 - Easy (Beginner+)
Project Type
Bag
Yarn Used
24/7 Cotton - 761
Pattern Gauge
17 dc x 9 rows = 4”
Pattern Size Options
One Size
Pattern Yarn Weight
4 Medium
Dimensions Detail
18.5” wide when laying flat, 21” drop from shoulderwhen worn (easily adjustable withknot placement)
Pattern Corrections
No
Pattern Craft
Crochet
Made For
Adult, Gift, Woman

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Brianna Vallet
Good and easy to understand pattern! You may need a lining though.

It's a great pattern that works up nice and is easy to understand, so I can recommend it on that merit alone! The only real problem is the same problem that plagues a lot of bag patterns like this: because you're not making solid pieces and instead working a design into it (the gaps) you need to add some sort of internal lining to make it a bag that can carry a multitude of things from pencils to textbooks so nothing slips out or damages the bag.

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Diane Beaudoin
Tradecraft Tote

The pattern is very easy to follow and the project is very portable.

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Brianna Vallet
Good and easy to understand pattern! You may need a lining though.

It's a great pattern that works up nice and is easy to understand, so I can recommend it on that merit alone! The only real problem is the same problem that plagues a lot of bag patterns like this: because you're not making solid pieces and instead working a design into it (the gaps) you need to add some sort of internal lining to make it a bag that can carry a multitude of things from pencils to textbooks so nothing slips out or damages the bag.

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Diane Beaudoin
Tradecraft Tote

The pattern is very easy to follow and the project is very portable.