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Bouncy Bubbly Tote
Bouncy Bubbly Tote

"This tote features a gorgeous texture that you are sure to love. It takes bit of patience to crochet it up, but I'm sure you'll enjoy the final results. The bag is a fairly nice size, making it great for your summer trips to the beach."

Intermediate

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Crochet Gauge3 in. over 11 sts.

Finished SizeLaying flat it measures 17 in. wide by 14 in. high not counting the handles.

Materials List

  • Bernat Handicrafter Cotton #4
  • H/8-5.00mm crochet hook
  • Optional: Material for lining the bag.
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This is such a pretty design. It's like the popcorn or bobble stitch in a smaller version. It's very easy to learn. This would look nice done up in an ombr type yArn. It will self shade and bring out the design more. And a vibrant lining material really would be perfect.

An all-around great basic tote bag, good for just about anything you need it for. I am not too fond of the color she used, but it is just my personal opinion.-) If I made it in black, I could add surface crochet or a motif for Halloween. I like kitsch! Ooooh, a white skull on one side and a classic Jack-o-lantern on the other. This is what I see for this bag. For the lining I would choose a novelty print, maybe spiderwebs or bats. Super fun!

Im always attracted to projects with unusual textures, and while I may or may not complete the actual project, I at least work up a swatch to try out the techniques. Since this is worked in the round, I just reduced the initial chain by half and took it from there. The designer explains how to work the Bead Stitch, and also embeds a photo tutorial.

Im always attracted to projects with unusual textures, and while I may or may not complete the actual project, I at least work up a swatch to try out the techniques. Since this is worked in the round, I just reduced the initial chain by half and took it from there. The designer explains how to work the Bead Stitch, and also embeds a photo tutorial.

I am currently working on a crochet tote very similar to this one. My tote will be four different colors. I started about a week ago and expect to fix in about two weeks.

This might look like your standard tote bag, but think of how you could customize it to your own taste? You could crochet it as the photo shows, in a solid colour, or you could crochet this tote in a variegated yarn too. If you're not opposed to weaving in a bunch of ends, you could also crochet this tote in many colourful stripes too!

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