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Chocolate Tote
Chocolate Tote
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"This bag works up quickly with bulky yarn and an easy to remember stitch pattern that produces a lovely textured fabric. The bag features four outside pockets - one on each end, one in front, and one in back to hold all your necessities. The purchased handles and fabric lining are optional, but recommended."


Crochet HookK/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge10 sts and 12 rows = 4" in pattern stitch

Finished SizeApproximately 13" wide, 10" tall and 4 1/2" deep not including handles

Materials List

  • Deborah Norville Serenity Chunky Yarn - 4 skeins
  • Yarn Needle
  • Purse Handles (optional)
  • Craft Stabilizer (optional)
  • Lining Fabric (optional)
  • Matching Thread (if using lining and/or handles)

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Theres not too many woman out there that will turn down chocolate. The complete pattern for this tote can be found here http// == e-pattern-for.html/ on the Amanda Saladin blog. She is a busy lady. If you check out her blog you will find more patterns and a few other interesting things.

MMMM, what lady doesnt love her chocolate? I know I love me some chocolate. Just looking at this tote makes me want to fill it with bags of my favorites, Dove dark chocolate and MMs with peanuts. Yum. Not overly crazy for the handles on this tote, would rather have them made out of the yarn also.

Chocolate is my new favorite color. I like that this design adds a pocket to the design. This is the first time I have encountered the eesc stitch, interesting. I will surely make this pattern and be proud to carry this rich chocolate tote during the winter months

Badly written pattern.

This is a very easy pattern to follow. I like that because I usually end up crocheting at night while watching TV. Secondly, this is a large purse. I can put my folders in it. I always line my purses so an object placed inside can't poke a hole thru it. It's very easy to line one shaped like this too. Time to use up my left over bulky winter yarn. Thank you for posting this.

This tote makes a great project bag for some of your smaller projects. It is also great for outings where you need to bring a few things along. It would be easy to line for reinforcement. I think it would make a really cute diaper bag if you used pastel colours. It is perfect for when you only need a diaper or two and a couple of small items. You could easily make the pockets a bit deeper to hold the bottles.

I like this Chocolate Tote pattern, it is well written and reads so easy. I like the outside pockets too, I want to add a few to the inside as well. I like that the pattern is a tight one, may not put a liner in, will have to see when it's done. Thank you for this well done pattern.


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