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Box-Bottom Tote

By: Kayla Kramer from
Updated December 13, 2017

Keep your groceries or most cherished items with you in this over sized Box-Bottom Tote. This free crochet pattern is made of plarn making it a great project to work on with your recycled bags. All you need to know is single crochet to make this great bag.


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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Totes are one of my best things and I have made gazillions of them for myself and family and friends. Here is another great tote pattern and I love the box bottom which is such an unusual design touch. The only change I am going to make is slighter longer handles which is simply a personal preference. I have mountains of plarn as well as fabrics that I have cut into yarn so all that is left to do is select the yarn and get started!

I think this is a great way to use these plastic bags, am looking forward to making one for myself. I have also been trying to find the pattern for a crochet bleach bottle purse, what I have found on line is not like what we made in the seventies. The ones from the seventies were cut into about foue to five inch squares then crocheted around the edges pretty much like the can hats, then put together to make pretty purses. Can you help me find thid pattern, as it is I'm doing it on my own as I remember from those good ole days. Ha Ha. Thank you for this pattern, love the look of these bags. Helen


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