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Crochet Hobo Bag

By: Dao Lam for Just One More Line

The Crochet Hobo Bag is one of our favorite free crochet purse patterns. Very stylish and easy to wear, this will compliment any outfit.


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook, J/10 or 6 mm hook, K/10.5 or 6.5 mm hook

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

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Phew what a complicated 2nd row makes no sense and this is rated easy - I may as well give up now. has anyone worked it out or found a tutorial to help.

I think the make 3 ch is usually just written as "ch 3". it confusing the way its written.

Can someone help me with ending row two? very confusing. "make 3 ch, repeat **on the back loop of ch, ch 3, sl st to the 3rd ch of first ch3 sp" what is she tryna say?

Mrsstubby this is the row so I am unsure as to where you are confused as I seem to understand it well enough :) Row 2: from the fourth chain space from the hook, make three dc in the same sp, *sk 3 ch spaces, 4 dc in the next sp * until the end of the ch, make 3 ch, repeat * * repeat from * to * until the end, then on the last stitch, only using the back loop of the chain, chain 3, sl st into the 3rd chain of the first ch3 space to join. (22 ch4 clusters, 2 ch3 spaces)

Sorry I meant to take out the I understand it well enough, do you now understand it the way I have written it :-) please feel free to send me a message if you still dont understand it and I am only too happy to help you :)

I am 68 years old and just started crocheting again after 25 years. I would like to make your hobo bag, but I'm having trouble with the instructions for row 2. It says to continue the pattern to end of ch,( make 3 ch, repeat **on the back loop of ch, ch 3, sl st to the 3rd ch of first ch3 sp) to join. What is in () is what i'm having a hard time figuring out. Can you help. thanks for your time

Well join the club. I'm turning 60&just picked up my knitting&crochet needles after 20 years. I'm left-handed so it's been hard to find help learning what I need to know. Have you gotten a reply yet? I'm thinking what's in () means after you get to the end of your chain on row two you make 3 chains, then repeat those 3 chains on the back side of the first loop of that row, then sl st -slip stitch -(it means to slide the stitch onto your working needle without working it.) to the 3rd chain of first chain 3 sp (space). Not promising I'm 100% correct but if you still can't figure it out you can go to this website=the gals there are so helpful. hope this helps u. Chris in Indiana


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