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Sandy Shore Messenger Bag


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Sandy Shores Messenger Bag Crochet Pattern Inspired by my recent trip to The Outer Banks and its serene beaches. With colors of the warm sand and tranquil waters. Interesting stitch combination is fun to work and creates a beautiful texture. Multiple handle options. Skill level: Easy Materials Needed: 2 skeins worsted weight yarn Size H-8 (5.00 mm) and I-9 (5.50 mm) crochet hooks Large eye blunt needle for weaving ends and sewing Coordinating button, 1 to 1 1/4" (2.54 to 3.81 cm) in diameter Purse-n-alize-it! cotton adjustable shoulder strap-33" (83.8 cm), OR 33" (83.8 cm) purse handle with snap hooks on each end for connecting to bag, OR alternate handle (instructions given at bottom of pattern). Optional: coordinating fabric for lining Measurement: Approximately 10" x 10" x 2" (25.4 cm x 25.4 cm x 5 cm) This pattern was tested by independent makers and follows the standards and guidelines for crochet and knitting compiled by Craft Yarn Council. They can be found at For Free Patterns, tips and more, visit me at Please do not copy, re-write, sell, or redistribute this pattern. You may use this pattern to create your own personal item, for gifts or charity, and to make items for resale. Thank you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY sl st, sc, hdc, sew basic seam GAUGE 8 [hdc, sl st] st and 21 rows using I hook SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 10" x 10" x 2" SUGGESTED YARN 300 yards of Worsted weight PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Caron Simply Soft COLORWAY soft green, bone, aqua, blue, sand, stone

Recommended with this pattern

  • worsted weight yarn -2 colors- approx 300 yards
  • large button
  • optional: purse handle

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Orange September
Orange September
My mom taught me to crochet when I was young. Now I have a huge cedar chest filled to the top with yarn. I love writing patterns inspired by the world around me, and creating something unique and functional. I also love learning new stitches, methods, and tricks.