Adventurer Backpack

Adventurer Backpack

Adventurer Backpack
Adventurer Backpack

"Every little (or not so little) adventurer needs a place to store treasure. This backpack is perfect for collecting goodies. The yarn is a 100% acrylic yarn, Main Street Yarns Shiny + Soft. The color is Grass Green, because my little adventurer's absolute favorite color is green! I used a size 7 crochet hook. This backpack could be crocheted by a beginner. While my four year old is happy with his backpack, this would also work as a "mini-bag" for a more mature adventurer! Let's get ready to go on an adventure!"

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Crochet Hook4.5 mm hook

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

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My Grand children will love this cute Adventurer Backpack. The written pattern is well written and easy to follow. It sounds so easy to make, but I do have one question that is what does she mean by the top loop only in row one? Is this the same as the back bump you see on the back of the chain or are you to crochet in only one loop of the chain? I'm going to have to find the yarn she used, it sounds nice and sturdy and great for this project. I'm thinking of adding a few inside pockets too. I'm looking forward to making a few of these. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet backpack pattern.

The top loop is the back loop. It's referred to in many different ways by different people. If you ever want to make a pretty, interesting pattern that is super easy, do the back loop only on every row. It will surprise you in the way that it urns out. People will think you worked very hard when it really is a breeze.

I cannot believe that no one has commented on this darling Adventurer Backpack! It is no less than 100% pure sweetness. Not sure which is more adorable the backpack or the model! So great of the mom/artist to say it was his turn for some "mama made goodies". This pattern looks very well written. The tightness of the stitching in the bag itself is a big plus! Each piece well stitched and then whipped together. Only thing I can think of that might have been helpful especially for us newbies are the dimensions of the finished project. All in all this is definitely a winner!!!

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