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  • How To Crochet A Tote Bag- Crochet Tote Bag Tutorial

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    I’m excited to share a new tutorial to show you how to crochet a tote bag! 

    This crochet tote bag is the perfect one! It’s fun and easy to make with just a few materials.

    The pattern is easy enough for beginners, but interesting enough that experienced crocheters will enjoy it as well.

    I’ve been crocheting for a while and have always loved the idea of making my own bags. If you’re like me, you’ll love this crochet tote pattern!

    This crochet tote bag tutorial courtesy of Made by Lunda will show you how to crochet a simple and sturdy crochet tote bag.

    This is a quick project that takes you a few hours to make depending on the yarn you choose.

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    How To Crochet A Tote Bag- Crochet Tote Bag Tutorial

    Materials:

    Hook: 7.0mm
    Yarn: approx 1.25 skeins of Alison and Mae All weather Special yarn
    (1 skein = 200g = 183 m = 200 yards)
    (1.25 skeins = 250g = 229 m = 250 yards)

    My bag bottom size is: 35cm x 9cm. The bag is 28cm tall without the handles. Each handles 60cm long.
    BUT! you just cut a leather bottom what size you need. You don’t need the same stitches count 😉

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    Crocheting a tote bag is an easy and fun project that can be done in just about any color or pattern you want.

    You can use t-shirt yarn, tube, and cord yarn as well. And you can also change the crochet hook size.

    You can make this tote big enough to hold everything you need–a laptop computer, books, binders–anything!

    So without further ado here are the instructions for how to crochet a tote bag. Let’s get started!

    Get the pattern: How To Crochet A Tote Bag via Made by Lunda ( the written pattern is below the video. You can print it from there)

    Thanks to Made by Lunda for the article’s inspiration and featured image.

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