/ May 2, 2010 / 10 Comments / ,

Crocheted market bag





Good grief, I have been pretty much neglecting my blog... As much as I love blogging it sometimes ends up being the one thing to go by the wayside when things get busy around here.

Always manage to get some crocheting in though, thank goodness. Even an hour at night when the house is finally quiet is enough to relax and wind down. Crocheted a super quick market bag in rough thick cotton last week, based on a bag pattern from yet another Japanese crochet book (Summer Crochet n2823, picture of the bag from the book at the bottom) I wanted a taller bag good for cramming in all my stuff with much longer across the body straps so kind of fudged the top half of the pattern. I just know this will be my go-to summer market shopping bag.
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10 comments:

  1. I would like to take this bag to the market :)

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  2. A great bag, that looks like it will be very useful for market shopping.

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  3. where can I get the pattern from?

    Thanks!

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  4. Glad you were able to make some time for yourself to crochet this wonderful bag!

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  5. I found a copy of this book in Pink Nelie's shop on Etsy!

    It stashes an incredible amount of stuff!! :)

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  6. Oops, looks like the link didn't work.... Here it is ready to copy and paste,

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/46384732/summer-crochet-n2823-japanese-craft-book?ref=sr_gallery_1&ga_search_query=Summer+Crochet+n2823&ga_search_type=all&ga_page=&includes%5B%5D=tags&includes%5B%5D=title

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  7. Oh my goodness I love this!,!! Can you share the pattern?!?

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  8. i love making market bags. they're so useful!

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Hello, I am Sandra van Katwijk, mama to 3 incredible girls and founder of Yarning Made. I combined my love for bold graphics, colors and knitting into a tiny line of modern and cozy blankets for baby, dollies, and the home. Each blanket is hand knit and finished in Victoria, BC. My blankets can be found on Etsy and design loving shops around the world. Thanks for visiting my blog!