Hoooked Tote


"This tote works up quickly in super bulky Hoooked Ribbon XL yarn! The colors are vibrant and ready to celebrate warm days. It makes a great beach bag as it is absorbent and washable. With it’s granny squares and long tassels, it fits right in with the currently popular Boho style. So choose your favorite colors of Hoooked ribbon XL and make your own Hoooked Tote, then head out for a great summer day in style!"


Crochet HookL/11 or 8 mm hook

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)

Crochet Gauge8 sts x 9 rows = 4” [10 cm] in sc

Finished Size11.5″ wide x 4″ deep x 11″ tall

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I know that this hoooked tote is made with the hooked ribbon but it would also be beautiful in regular yarn as well. I know I would love to make this with the hooked yarn and I have already started my online search for the item. Thanks for the free pattern.

One look at this bag with those spiral motifs, and I was instantly blasted back to the 60s. I havent seen that Hoooked yarn anywhere, but there are some other yarns out there that mimic that classic double knit look. I know Ive seen some recycled yarns. Actually, this might be a case where Plarn might work. I know just the stores where I can get bags in these colors.

What I love about surfing the site here at All Free Crochet, I am always stumbling across something new. No, a tote is not new but the medium used to create it is new to me. I have never heard of the Hoooked Ribbon and I honestly thought it was a typo to start with. Here I go on another expedition. I just have to make this.

Our newly expanded JoAnns just opened last week, and I had to go out of town and couldn't explore it. Plenty of time this week!

The pattern is easy enough to follow for a beginner and the yarn used makes this bag stand out even more. It says it's ribbon yarn but it looks a lot like a fabric yarn so I think it would be easy to substitute with red heart strata or bernat hom dec or even home made t shirt yarn.

This tote bag looks like it is made from straw, but it is in fact made from a yarn that is 80% recycled cotton and 20% something else... So it will be soft to the touch. I can see this bag in a hot pink and green combo and it will look just as nice and make an impact just the same. Easy pattern to follow, using just single crochets, chains and skips.


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