Crochet Panda Backpack


Crochet Panda Backpack

Crochet Panda Backpack
Crochet Panda Backpack

"This crochet panda backpack free pattern is a cute and fun little pattern that kids will love to keep their treasure. It has little paws. Eyes, ears, and a button as a nose on the flap! This panda backpack is so easy to crochet. The finished size of this bag is 9” height without ears and 8.75” wide without hands and legs. It would be a great gift for kids as a holiday or birthday gift."


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge13 sc x 14 rows = 4″ with I-9, 5.5mm crochet hook

Finished Size9″ height without ears x 8.75″ wide without hands and legs

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Now who does not love pandas. They are all so cute. This is the perfect little book bag for school or could easily be an overnight bag to Grandma's house. I don't have any old book bags to use the straps of so I guess I will have to crochet them.

I would love to have this for my own. I love pandas. Alas, it would be a little too small for me. However, I know the perfect person to make this for. School has already started but this would be a perfect mid year book bag to gift during the winter holidays. Adorable.

Oh how cute! This Crochet Panda Backpack is just what one of my Granddaughters has been asking for. The pattern is well written and easy to follow. I like that it is only 9 inches which is great for a 5 year old. I don't have any straps to use so I'll crochet them. Looking forward to making this cute backpack.. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet backpack pattern.

Do you think- that an adult could wear this over her shoulder casually, like a mini backpack? If you are quirky like that, I think you could pull that off. The entire back pack is worked in separate pieces, then all sewn together. Te best part is the upcycled straps from an old backpack! I love that. Sturdy, too.


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