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Caribe Summer Bag Pattern

Caribe Summer Bag Pattern
Caribe Summer Bag Pattern

"This awesome summer bag can hold your towels, your lunch or all that you need for your fun summer day! It's crocheted with worsted weight cotton yarn and uses basic crochet stitches. Follow the pattern and use the colors indicated, or be creative and make this with your favorite summer colors. There are pictures to help you along as you make this gorgeous bag and you'll find a picture tutorial on how to make the tassels as well!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

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I spent part of my childhood on a Caribbean island that is still part of the Commonwealth, so I instantly recognized this charming pattern. Im not overly fond of purses, but I do like tote bags. I have a recent acquaintance who lived on the island the same time as I did, and I might make this for her as a Christmas surprise. I might even get a homemade Jamaica Bun in return!

Is there ever a time you can say that you have too many bags? I know I cant. I have lots of them, but love finding beauties like this to add to my growing collection. The colorful insert gives the bag the extra little something it needs to make it stand out. This part could be a stashbuster.

You know how sometimes you see a particular project and instantly you know who to make it for? It just speaks to me, namely for my friend Laurie. She's always on the go, and she's a fashionable lady. Hey wait a minute- so am I! This will probably be something I am going to make for her AND another one for me. Why not? It only uses 7-8 total skeins of the Lion Brand 24/7 cotton. That is a good deal to me! How creative that this bag is made in two side panels and a third panel that runs all the way front to back- in all those tropical Carribbean colors?!


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