Crochet Grocery Bag

Crochet Grocery Bag

"Get ready for Farmers market season with this fun and simple cotton market bag. The lovely triangle stitches give this tote a nice open air feel. The bag is made using single crochets, chains, and a modified cluster stitch - a fun opportunity to learn a beautiful new stitch! You can skip the plastic bags and go green with this bag. Works great for holding yarn too (of course). Made with Lion Brand 24/7 cotton the bag is as functional as it is beautiful!"

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookJ/10 or 6 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Lion Brand 24/7 Cotton Yarn

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This is a cute bag that works up really quickly. It is a good size for small shopping trips. I also like to use it when I go to the library. The modified cluster stitch works up fast and creates a nice texture that gives a good amount of stretch to the bag without leaving large openings.

This pattern works up really pretty. I love the stitch and I appreciate the designer in that she took the time to include photos. I agree with her statement about taking the time to slow down. When the warm weather, this is the perfect time to stroll the aisles of the local farmer market with the family.

This crochet grocery bag is just the right size for the produce that I would pick up in the local market or at the farmers market. My husband and I are empty nesters so we no longer have to purchase in bulk. I know when this bag is full, we are set for the fruits and veggies for the week.

This is a really great idea. Not only is it easy to make but it's practical and what I like the most is its ability to be able to stash it any where. I like carrying one in my trunk or glove compartment. Plus if I make it out of cotton yarn, it's washable.

Farmers markets and reusable bags go hand in hand of course. Now that I have a new crochet grocery bag, Im ready to head over to my local farmers market! A modified cluster stitch gives this bag its unique pattern. I love the look and the texture of this bag.

I absolutely love the texture effect this stitch creates. If you want to go strictly natural, you can easily work this up in the cotton. However, I dont have a problem working this up in acrylic yarns because they wear just as well, and wash and dry even quicker than the cotton. I like to use the Caron One Pound for bags like these because that particular yarn tends to be coarser and stiffer than many other brands.

I use my grocery bags that I make quite a lot. This is another one that will work up fast. Cotton yarn is often on sale so it does not cost much to make one and they last. You just wash then when they get dirty. I would make the handles thicker on this which is not hard to figure out. I like the stitch pattern on this one. Thank you.

Has anyone made this for themselves and tested how it holds up with all those oranges in there? I love the look of this cotton (looks like mercerized which I really love!) triangle patterned bag which looks on the longer side, longer than most others I have seen. But the tiny 1" wide handle doesn't look like it will hold up!

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