I enjoyed making my Darling Bag so much that I wanted to make another bag again. This time I wanted something smaller that would work as a project bag.
If you know me you know that I have a collection of bags SO MANY BAG, so many! I collect 3 things mostly; yarn, candles, and bags.
I would label this bag beginner friendly. As long as you can count you’ll be able to handle making the Kind Hearted Tote.
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The yarn I used to make the Kind Hearted Tote was Yarn Bee Cotton Et Lin in the colorways Skyway (Blue) and Haze (Tan). I like how sturdy the yarn is, perfect for a bag.
To make the Kind Hearted Tote you’ll need:
– Approximately 500 Yards Yarn Bee Cotton Et Lin
– F/3.75mm Crochet hook
– Yarn needle
– Measuring tape
– Stitch markers
Ch – Chain
Dc – Double Crochet
Hdc – Half Double Crochet
MC – Magic Circle
RS – Right Side
Sc – Single Crochet
Sk – Skip
Sl St – Slip Stitch
WS – Wrong Side
Written in US crochet terms.
Worked in rounds.
Ch 1 does NOT count.
Place stitch markers on the 1st St of each row.
Finished size is adjustable. Add rounds at base for wider bag or add rounds on sides for a taller bag.
The pattern is available to purchase on Ravelry and Etsy.
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4 thoughts on “Kind Hearted Tote”
Hi. Good pattern! I simply wanted a firm bottom so, switched to a non-stretchy yarn & used the sc-bottoms used on “Columbian Drench Bags”, without a design. In other words a circle of sc. Then attached the yarn you suggested. The stitch-pattern you used has such an attractive texture.