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Crochet pattern for carryall bag


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Skills Needed

  • Seamed
  • Simple Stitches
  • Worked Flat

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Pattern Details

The whole project is crocheted back and forth and built in two main pieces. You'll crochet a very useful, comfortable big bag for carrying laptop, gadgets, documents, books, personal accessories or even clothing if you have a one or two day trip. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 16.1" x 13.8"/ 41 cm x 35 cm STITCHES Slip stitch Single crochet DESIGN ATTRIBUTES Constructed of two main pieces Worked in separate pieces joined together with a seam Worked flat, in back and forth rows PATTERN ATTRIBUTES Row by row instructions Written pattern for techniques involved Scheme or drawing with measurements Photo tutorial for crochet stitches involved Photo tutorial showing important steps * Materials are not included * If you wish to sell finished products based on my patterns the only requirements are that you give me credit for the design (as Chabepatterns) and that you promote them using your own photos. * Want to buy more than one pattern? Please contact me and I'll let you know about discounts.

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My name is Maria Isabel, I started knitting and crocheting when I was a young girl. My mom is my first and best teacher. Starting with scarves I discovered the beautiful world of this craft. But it was when I finished my degree in Information Design that I really started getting more into knitting and crocheting techniques. I attended several lessons in local yarn stores and soon was able to follow patterns both in spanish and english. Then I started creating my own designs and found out I could also write the instructions for them when someone asked me to. I also became a knitting teacher in one of those LYS learning even more from each student that comes into this world. So now Im taking the next step into publishing my patterns and sharing my ideas. Hope you like them.