Paliki Pocket Tote

Paliki Pocket Tote
Paliki Pocket Tote

"Paliki means “small” in Hungarian (or so I’m told). And this pocket tote is small, but sturdy - perfect for when you need a bag that won’t stretch out, keeping your farmer’s market purchases safe and protected! A great addition to your usual assortment of bags, the Paliki Pocket Tote is the one that’s “just right” for all those small special items! Wondering what a “pocket tote” is? It’s a tote that folds up into itself, perfect for stashing in your purse or car so you always have it when you need it. This one also features a pretty ribbon woven through the handle. That’s not just for looks - the ribbon keeps the handle from stretching out due to the weight of your goodies. And the double layer on the bottom adds even more stability to this handy crochet bag!"


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Finished Size10" x 10"

Materials List

  • US-I hook
  • 300 yds Lion Brand Kitchen Cotton

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I adore how this folds in on itself for easy storage. I try to be one of those shoppers that brings her own bags but sometimes it just does not happen. This is a way to at least to have a little bag handy for those quick errands I have to make. Thank you for the free pattern.

I am anxious to make this crochet bag. I like that the tote folds up small so that it can fit into a purse. I usually bring a bag with me whenever I go out but sometimes, you just don't anticipate going to the store. Leaving my treasured bags in the car is not an option because my husband does not value them as much as I do so this is the perfect solution. Thanks for the free pattern.

What a great gift idea for all my girlfriends! This seems super fun to make and very gratifying at that. I will really have fun picking out my four colors for each bag. Although, I do like the colors Moogly picked for her sample. Such a great design that anybody can make use out of.


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