This bucket bag free crochet pattern looks like a great project with beautiful details and lovely finishing. Mosaic Bucket Bag designed by Rebecca Langford is a fun and casual bag with a unique mosaic look, which you’ll probably be able to complete using yarn from your own stash. How awesome is this! The pattern is going to be released in segments over the course of a number of weeks. Get your FREE Mosaic Bucket Bag PDF Planning Guide to make several bags in different color combinations. What’s your color scheme choice: lighter color for the background and darker for the accent or darker background and a lighter color for the accent? Let us know in the comment below. Happy crocheting!
Mosaic Bucket Bag Free Crochet Pattern
FINISHED SIZES: Please note that measurements are approximate and may vary slightly depending on thickness of yarn used for COLOR C.
Classic size: 12.5” (w) x 13” (h)
Mini size: 9.5” (w) x 8.5” (h)
Standing up with flat base, uncinched:
Classic size: 10” (w) x 5” (d) x 10” (h)
Mini size: 7.5” (w) x 4” (d) x 7” (h)
HOOK: F/G (4.0 mm) or whichever hook is needed to obtain correct gauge
YARN: Bag is comprised of 3 different yarns.
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WELCOME to the Planning Guide for the Mosaic Bucket Bag! In this video I go over the supply list and show you lots of bag samples to help get your creativity flowing. Please note that this pattern is originally part of a crochet-along and it is divided into 3 parts to be published according to the following schedule:
Part 1: Base of bag (Publish date: March 27, 2019)
Part 2: Mosaic (Publish date: April 3, 2019)
Part 3: Top, Drawstring, + Straps (Publish date: April 10, 2019)
The complete supply list, pattern information, and the pattern itself (published according to the aforementioned schedule) will be available at https://yarnandchai.com/mosaicbucketbag.
Get the pattern: Mosaic Bucket Bag Free Crochet Pattern.
Thanks to Rebecca Langford for the article inspiration and featured image.