Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern

Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern

Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern
Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern

"If you’re like us and always going places, you’ll need something to take along with you. This bag is just the thing for bringing all the gear you need to live your day to day life. And just the thing for doing it in the cutest style possible. A backpack lets you take your life with you. Might as well do it looking adorable. The moss stitch adds texture and detailing that makes your rucksack stand out from the crowd. Combine that with the color blocking details, and you’re all set to turn heads no matter where you’re going next. It’s your backpack of attack."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished SizeLaying flat – Width 13” Height 15”

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This pattern for the Color Block Backpack is just in time for me to whip up for the Grand kids for school. I was happy to see that the easy crab stitch is what is used to create this. A nice sturdy stitch that looks good. I'm thinking of making the front flap a little longer and adding a button or snap to keep it closed. The pattern is so well written and easy to understand that this should come out nicely. I love the I cord for the pack closer, nothing will come out. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet backpack pattern.

It is so nice that the straps are actually crocheted double wide, and then you fold them in half! So, they are double sided! Which means they will provide much more strength for your books. IF you will be using them for books. This backpack is so fashionable, that it could be worn in more of a stylish way and less of a utilitarian way, if you know what I mean. I see that it is done with the moss stitch, too, which is a nice and tight stitch. Thanks for sharing!

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