Beach Wave Tote Bag

Beach Wave Tote Bag

Beach Wave Tote Bag
Beach Wave Tote Bag

"Create this gorgeous puff tote bag! This bag works up quickly and uses 7, 2.5 oz of 100% cotton yarn. I used Lily Sugar’n Cream yarn in 7 colors. Each skein will be enough to complete each color sequence on both sides with a little bit left over. You will crochet directly into the zipper for this project (this part is super easy!). Just poke into the zipper with an awl or sharp thicker needle and insert your crochet hook in the hole and crochet as usual. You will work both sides then sc pieces together with an outter seam. The finished bag measures 21″ wide and 14″ tall. You can add a lining if you plan on using the bag for smaller items, for larger items the bag will be fine as is. Enjoy the free pattern!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookF/5 or 3.75 mm hook

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

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I love totes. They are great for just everyday use and they are great for storing stuff when you are traveling. I have a collection that is always growing because I love making new ones that I find free patterns for. This one will definitely be making it into my collection.

Sometimes it is difficult to tell what type of yarn is used in a project and you will not know until you read the directions. I could tell by the photos that were so clear that a cotton yarn was used. I love that this bag has a zipper and I thank the designer for sharing just how easy it can be to add a zipper.

This is a very pretty bag. It has a great Summer look. It will be very useful here in Florida. I made a similar one last year. But I didn't put a zipper on mine. This is will be a step up for a new one from me. Thank you for sharing this.

I think I really do want to try this for myself! Crocheting directly into the zipper is not difficult to do, as I previously thought it was. I would say, don't let that hold you back. These are my colors, too! Truthfully, this size is the PERFECT size to wear. Not too, too big!

The designer left a lot of notes at the beginning of the directions to wet your whistle and express just how easy this project can be. I love the design and most bags do not have a zipper so that added feature is a plus. Thanks for the free pattern and all the hints along the way.


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