Crochet Nautical Tote


This Crochet Nautical Tote is perfect for the summertime! Down by the beach, at your neighborhood farmer's market, or as a simple daily bag, this crochet tote bag is everything you need in one. The blue and white is a perfect addition to your summer accessory collection, and if you want to transition it into another season? Simply use this free crochet tote bag pattern again and switch the colors! It will look great in any combo you could imagine. Adding charms to the bag, like the anchor you see, is a cool way to personalize the crochet bag, and anyone heading to school would love this bag with an initial charm!


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

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It is hard to believe that this tote uses just one and a half skeins of cotton yarn. The braided handle is an original idea and I like that look. I think it is a way to reinforce the strength of the crocheted handle- which we all know is a tough one to do. SO, making it braided instead of stitched we get a real sturdy handle that will not stretch out with weight.

I went to the site where the nautical tote was suppose to be and got everything BUT! Why do people try to guide you over to other things when all you want is the pattern and none of the other STUFF???

Hi there, I just tested the link to the blogger's site and was able to find the pattern. If you scroll down a bit on The Stitchin' Mommy's page, past the picture of the nautical tote, you'll see the project materials and project directions. Thank you! Julia, editor for AllFreeCrochet


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