19 Stylish and Easy Crochet Scarf Patterns

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19 Stylish and Easy Crochet Scarf Patterns - These easy crochet scarf patterns will fit any mood or any style. #crochetpatterns #crochetscarf #crochetlove #crochetaddict

19 Stylish and Easy Crochet Scarf Patterns

Colder temps are coming, so prepare to bundle up with all of your Autumn scarves. You can never have too many. Which is why we’ve compiled 19 Easy and Stylish Crochet Scarf Patterns.

These easy crochet scarf patterns will fit any mood or any style. There’s a gift for everyone here. Or just keep them all for yourself. With so many cozy options, you can’t go wrong!

Try a long scarf to wrap around you…or a circle scarf to throw on and go. Whatever your mood and whatever your lifestyle, you can stay warm and stylish with these 19 Easy and Stylish Crochet Scarf Patterns.

Candy Kisses Triangle Scarf

This is an easy and repetitive pattern but with a lot of appeal!  So pretty, frilly and feminine! The edging is just about the easiest edging you could ever do — just single crochet and chains!

Via Nanas Crafty Home

Candy Kisses Triangle Scarf

 

Easy Lace Scarf

The Easy Lace Crochet Scarf uses a little less than 1 skein of yarn. This scarf is pretty long and skinny which makes it easy to wear in different styles.

Via The Unraveled Mitten

Easy Lace Scarf

 

Andie Scarf

This scarf is just so easy to make. It’s one of those mindless projects that you can work up while watching a movie. It is designed to be pretty long so it could wrap around the neck with plenty of slack- plus fall down quite a bit and it can also be worn so many ways!

Via Meg Made With Love

Andie Scarf

 

Super Scarf

This scarf is super simple to make and looks great with just about any outfit that needs an extra touch. It’s also long and wide enough that you can wear it many ways.

Via Simply Collectible Crochet

Super Scarf

 

Desert Winds Scarf

This free Caron Cakes crochet pattern takes all the stress out of choosing colors because the skein does it for you! And the actual construction of this scarf is quite simple. You just increase for a bunch of rows and then you decrease for a bunch of rows.

Via Make and Do Crew

Desert Winds Scarf

 

Mint-Circle Scarf

The Mint-circle Scarf is a simple scarf with a modern twist. The great news is that this is very much a beginner-friendly crochet pattern and it will work up quickly.

Via Left in Knots

Mint-Circle Scarf

 

Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf

The Raspberry Buttercream Infinity Scarf is a luxurious, lacy and stunning scarf to add to your wardrobe this season.  It is fun and easy to crochet and the lace pattern is engaging as well.

Via Fiber Flux

 

Double Crochet Infinity Scarf

This scarf pattern is cozy, full of lovely texture, and really simple! You only need to know how to slip knot, chain, double crochet, seam your work, and weave in ends.

Via Delia Creates

Double Crochet Infinity Scarf

 

La Vie en Rose Ladies Scarf

This scarf pattern is simple and easy to crochet, the texture is subtle, but gorgeous, and the special touches (crab stitched edging, and tassels) really bring this piece to the next level!

Via Kristen Holloway Designs

La Vie en Rose Ladies Scarf

 

Island Lace Scarf

The Island Lace Scarf is colorful, airy, and lacy…like a fresh tropical breeze! Using super easy stitches, it works up in no time at all too.  Perfect on a day if you need just a little something or some fabulous color to brighten your day.

Via Fiber Flux

Island Lace Scarf

 

4 Hour Infinity Scarf

This infinity scarf is super easy, you’ll be able to memorize it quickly and have your very own completed in about 4 hours.

Via Lady By The Bay

4 Hour Infinity Scarf

 

Vertical Stripe Scarf

The pattern is super simple and is a combination of single crochet alternated with single chain.  Single crochets are worked around the previous row’s single chain.

Via Eating Out Loud

Vertical Stripe Scarf

 

Chevron Infinity Scarf

Have fun crocheting this easy pattern as you can use any combination of colors that you’d like.

Via Dandelion Daze

Chevron Infinity Scarf

 

Puff Stitch Circle Scarf

This pattern is incredibly simple and easy to follow. It’s a super cozy and soft stitch but also nice and thick when wrapped around your neck creating a lot of warmth in the cold fall and winter months.

Via DIY From Home

Puff Stitch Circle Scarf

 

Tipped Crochet Scarf

Here’s an easy scarf pattern  to combat the chilly weather. This scarf uses two skeins of chunky weight yarn and crocheted in superwash merino, making it super duper soft and washable!

Via Little Things Blogged

Tipped Crochet Scarf

 

Cozy Striped Infinity Scarf

The pattern is crazy simple – just a simple pattern of single and double crochets. This will go with so many of your winter outfits.

Via Flamingo Toes

Cozy Striped Infinity Scarf

 

Easy Ribbed Scarf

The Easy Ribbed Scarf looks more fabulous with variegated yarns that color changes shortly. It’s a simple pattern crocheting in back loop of each single crochet stitches.

Via Crochet For You

Easy Ribbed Scarf

 

Noro Windowpane Scarf

The Windowpane is the perfect spring or fall scarf to keep the chill off your neck without being bulky. It is a really easy pattern that works up very quickly.

Via I Can’t Count

Noro Windowpane Scarf

 

Sunset Scarf

Sunset scarf is elegant with the right kind of yarn and will easily dress up your casual evening and it’s a  fun and quick scarf pattern.

Via Elk Studio

Sunset Scarf

 

These 19 Easy and Stylish Crochet Scarf Patterns are so fast to make, and fun too. There are so many options available.  The only hard part is deciding which one to start with. Whatever you choose, you will look and feel amazing.

Still can’t get enough of crocheting scarves? Check out these pattern books for more lovely ideas! One + One: Scarves, Shawls & Shrugs: 25+ Projects from Just Two Skeins, Mirror Image Scarves | Crochet | Leisure Arts (6805), Hooded Scarves to Crochet

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Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern

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Color Block Rucksack Crochet Pattern - This bag is just the thing for bringing all the gear you need to live your day to day life. #crochetbag #crochetbackpack #crochetpattern #crochetloveColor Block Backpack Crochet Pattern

We’re always on the go. From meetings to get-togethers to trying to go to the gym. We’re always looking to do it all.

If you’re like us and always going places, you’ll need something to take along with you. This bag is just the thing for bringing all the gear you need to live your day to day life. And just the thing for doing it in the cutest style possible. A backpack lets you take your life with you. Might as well do it looking adorable.

The moss stitch adds texture and detailing that makes your rucksack stand out from the crowd. Combine that with the color blocking details, and you’re all set to turn heads no matter where you’re going next. It’s your backpack of attack.

Get crocheting – choose three of your favorite complementary colors, and you’re ready to go. You even get to learn how to make drawstring ties so you can make sure all your valuables are nice and safe inside your rucksack.

Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern

 

 

Skill Level: Intermediate

Hook(s) size: 4mm
Yarn: Cascade Ultra Pima
Yarn yardage: Color A: Taupe (750 yds) Color B: Natural (100 yds) Color C: Lipstick Red (50 yds)

Approx. finished dimensions: Laying flat – Width 13” Height 15”

Special notes
Ch – chain, sc – single crochet, st(s) – stitch(es), sp – space

Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern
The pattern:
Color A
Body: Ch 50
Row 1: Sc into the 4th ch from the hook. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next ch; repeat from * to end -46 sts
Row 2 – 24: Ch 2, turn, sc into the first ch 1 sp. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 46 sts
*Will be working in the round for rounds 25 – 89, use a stitch marker*
Round 25: Ch 2, sc into first ch 1 sp.* Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * all the way around – 140 sts
Round 26: Sc into the next ch 1 sp. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 140 sts
Round 27: Sc into the next ch 1 sp. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next sp; repeat from * around, sl/st into the last st. Cut yarn and tie off – 140 sts

Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern
Color B
Round 28 – 30: SC into the first st. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 140 sts
Round 31: Sc into the next ch 1 space. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next sp; repeat from * around, sl/st into the last st. Cut yarn and tie off – 140 sts

Color A
Round 32 – 88: SC into the first st. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 140 sts
Round 89: SC into the first st. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * around, sl/st into the last st – 140 sts
Round 90: *Ch 3, skip 3, sc into the next st; repeat from * around, sc into the bottom of first ch 3 – 140 sts
Round 91: Sc 3 into each ch 3 sp around, sl/st into the first sc – 140 sts
Round 92: Ch 1, sc into each st around, sl/st into ch 1 sp. Cut yarn and tie off – 140 sts

Color Block Backpack Crochet Pattern
Color A
Bag Flap: Ch 50
Row 1: Sc into the 4th ch from the hook. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next ch; repeat from * to end -46 sts
Row 2 – 15: Ch 2, turn, sc into the first ch 1 space. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 46 sts
Cut yarn and tie off.
Color C
Row 16 – 20: Ch 2, turn, sc into the first ch 1 space. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 46 sts
Cut yarn and tie off
Color B
Row 21 – 28: Ch 2, turn, sc into the first ch 1 space. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 46 sts
Row 29: Turn, sc 2 together. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * across. Sc 2 together at end – 44 sts

Switching between appropriate colors, sc around edges of flap. Cut yarn and tie off. Sew flap onto the top of the bag. I lined it up by laying the bag flat and folding up the bottom so I could mark on the top of the bag where to place the flap.

 

Straps (make 2): Color A
Ch 114
Row 1: Sc into the 4th ch from the hook. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next ch; repeat from * to end – 110 sts
Row 2 – 20: Ch 2, turn, sc into the first ch 1 space. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 110 sts
Fold in half widthwise and sc edges together, tie off and cut yarn. Line up the straps on the back of either side of the flap. Pin and sew on and repeat for the other ends of the strap.

Handle: Color A
Ch 30
Row 1: Sc into the 4th ch from the hook. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next ch; repeat from * to end – 26 sts
Row 2 – 10: Ch 2, turn, sc into the first ch 1 space. *Ch 1, skip 1, sc into the next st; repeat from * to end – 26 sts
Fold in half widthwise and sc edges together, tie off and cut yarn. Sew handle on the back center of the flap with approx a 2.5” space in between each end of the handle.
Sew in all ends.

Icord: Color A
Ch 3. Insert hook into 2nd ch from hook, yarn over and draw up a loop, insert hook into next ch, yarn over and draw up a loop (3 loops on hook).
Row 1: Drop 2 loops from hook. Hold onto the dropped loops with your non-hook hand so they don’t come undone. Yarn over and draw through remaining loop on hook. Insert hook into first dropped loop, yarn over and draw through (2 loops on hook). Insert hook into second dropped loop, yarn over and draw through (3 loops on hook).
Repeat Row 1 until i-cord is approx 46” long. Cut yarn, leaving a long yarn end. Draw end through all 3 loops on hook and pull tight to fasten off.

Weave cord through holes in the top of the bag. Sew in all ends.

 

 

Getting a new backpack is exciting. Call us selfish, but we want to get to share some of that excitement with you. Once you’ve made your rucksack, snap a picture and send it on over to us. Seeing what you make is part of the reason why we got into the crocheting game.

If you’re not sure where to get your yarn, head on over to Maker Drop. You’ll know exactly where you’re getting it from because each skein is locally sourced and supports small business. You can make a backpack using entirely materials sourced from your own front yard.

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Girls’ Boho Halter Top Crochet Pattern

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We love this girls' boho halter top crochet pattern. It's fun, easy to make and perfect for hot summer days. #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict #crochettopGirls’ Boho Halter Top Crochet Pattern

It seemed to take a while to get here this year but summer is officially in full swing. My daughter Noelle and I have moved up to the lake for the summer holidays and are soaking up the amazing weather. 

For me, time at the beach means time to crochet. Anyone who finds me at the beach will see me sitting with my crochet bag alongside my chair and with yarn and a hook in my hands. This year has been no different. My first project was a cute color block bag (coming shortly) and then this cute halter top for Noelle.

Sadly, this morning we dropped Noelle off at rhythmic gymnastics camp in the Okanagan. Now, it’s obviously not sad that she’s at gymnastics camp, she’s going to have an amazing time, but it’s just sad for me to be without Noelle for 2 weeks – the longest we’ve ever been away from each other 🙁

If you aren’t familiar with the Okanagan in British Columbia, it’s an incredibly beautiful lake-filled valley where the average summer day is around 35 degrees Celcius in the summer. Needless to say, you want to remain as cool as possible when you’re there. This is where my idea for this cute halter top pattern comes in. After 9 hours of gymnastics training, starting early in the day, Noelle is going to be very hot after practice and will be heading right to the water to cool off. She might as well stay cool on the way to the beach or pool by wearing this breezy halter top.

We love this girls' boho halter top crochet pattern. It's fun, easy to make and perfect for hot summer days. #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict #crochettop

I’ve never made a crochet halter top before but I have to say, I absolutely love this top and it was super easy to make. I whipped it up in only a few hours. The most challenging part of the halter top is crocheting stitches together (double crochet 2 together) but once you’ve got that mastered (it’s really easy) you’ll have this adorable top made before you know it. Also, if you’re looking for something a little more modest, you could make the bottom part longer or add a fringe to cover more of the belly. 

We love this girls' boho halter top crochet pattern. It's fun, easy to make and perfect for hot summer days. #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict #crochettop

Girls’ Boho Halter Top Crochet Pattern

NOTES: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

 

SKILL LEVEL: Easy/Intermediate

MATERIALS:

  •        Hook: G/4.00mm 
  •        Yarn: Cascade Ultra Pima Yarn – Deep Coral – 150 yards
  •        Darning Needle & Scissors

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st = stitch
  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • dc = double crochet
  • dc2tog = double crochet 2 together

NOTES:

I made this halter top to fit my 12-year-old daughter who is quite small – probably closer to a 9-year-old. But, this pattern is very forgiving as far as size goes as it has the long ties that go around the back and are adjustable and adaptable. I would say this would fit most girls age 7 – 13.

We love this girls' boho halter top crochet pattern. It's fun, easy to make and perfect for hot summer days. #crochetpattern #crochetlove #crochetaddict #crochettop

PATTERN:

Chain 81

Row 1: Dc in the 3rd st from the hook and then dc in every chain until you reach the end. Fold the finished piece in half and place a stitch marker in the middle stitch so that you have the same number of stitches on either side of the stitch with the marker in it. Ch 2 and turn.

Row 2: Ch2 (counts as first dc) and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until you reach the stitch before the stitch marker, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 3: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the stitch before the ch space from the previous row, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch (2 spaces with 1 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 4 – 12: Repeat Row 3 (If you’d like to make this halter top longer, this is where you’d add a few more rows)

Row 13: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x2  (4 spaces with 3 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 14: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x3  (6 spaces with 5 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 15: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x4 (8 spaces with 7 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 16: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x5 (10 spaces with 9 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 17: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x6 (12 spaces with 11 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 18: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x7 (14 spaces with 13 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 19: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x8 (16 spaces with 15 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 20: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x9 (18 spaces with 17 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 21: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x10 (20 spaces with 19 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 22: Ch2 and in the next stitch Dc2tog (Double crochet 2 together). Dc in each stitch until the middle of the row, before you reach the 2 stitches before the ch space from the previous row, *ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch, ch1, skip one stitch and dc into the next stitch* x11 (22 spaces with 21 dc in between) then dc in each stitch until you reach the 3rd stitch from the end. Dc2tog over the next 2 stitches and then dc into the top of the turning ch from the last row to finish off. Ch2 and turn.

Row 23: Ch3, dc, ch, *dc, ch* rep* across row, ending with ch3.

Row 24: Ch3, dc, ch, *dc, ch* rep* across row, ending with ch3.

Now, with the yarn still on your hook keep chaining until you’ve reached the desired length for the top strap (I made it about 12” long). Cut and tie into a tight knot at the end of the strap.

Finish

With your hook on the opposite side of the top of the halter top, attach yarn and chain a strap the same size as your first strap. Cut and tie into a tight knot at the end of the strap.

Next, with your hook in the bottom left corner, attach your yarn and chain a strap to your desired length (I made this strap about 10 inches long but my daughter has a very tiny torso, make your strap the appropriate size for the person who’s wearing it). Cut and tie into a tight knot at the end of the strap. Repeat on the right bottom corner to make the last corner.

If you’d like an embellishment, you could add fringe to the bottom of your halter at this point.

 

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Round Crochet Bag with Tassel Pattern

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Round Crochet Bag with Tassel Pattern - A round crochet bag that could take along with you to lunch with your girlfriends, or to a night out on the town. #crochetpattern #crochetbag #crochetlove #crochetpurse

Round Crochet Bag with Tassel Pattern

We’re ultra excited to share this bag with you. We wanted to design something you could take along with you to lunch with your girlfriends, or to a night out on the town. It quickly became a favorite design – and we want to take it everywhere.

You’ll need to grab three skeins of yarn in your favorite color, and get crocheting. You can pick whatever color matches what you wear most. Classic black? A complimentary tone?

You’ll be working in magic rings. If you’ve never used them before, well, they’re just as fun as they sound. Learn this new skill if you’ve never crocheted using magic rings before, or continue to perfect an old skill. At the end, you’ll have a practical, gorgeous bag to add to your collection.

Round Crochet Bag with Tassel Pattern

 

Difficulty: Beginner

MATERIALS:

Yarn: Blue Sky Worsted Weight Cotton- Bone 200 yds, Blue Sky Worsted Weight Cotton- True Red – 15 yds 

Hook: 5.5mm hook, 4.5mm hook

Tools: Yarn needle, Scissors, 6-inch cardboard square

Round Crochet Bag with Tassel Pattern

ABBREVIATIONS:

Sc: single crochet

Dc: double crochet

Sl st: slip stitch

St: stitch

PATTERN:

Using the 5.5mm hook, begin with a magic circle, and make 8 single crochet stitches

Row 1: Ch 1 and make a sc into the first st. Make 2 sc in each st around, sl st to join

Row 2: Ch 1 and make a sc into the first st. Make 1 sc into the next st, then 2 into the next.

Row 3: Ch 1 and make a sc into the first st. Make a sc into the next 2 st, then 2 into the next.

Rows 4- 20: Continue increasing the number of single crochets between increasing stitches. For example, row 4 will have 3 sc between the increasing stitch, row 5 will have 4, etc.

Round Crochet Bag with Tassel Pattern

ASSEMBLY:

Placing the right sides of the work together, whip stitch the piece together leaving 45 stitches open on top. To make handles, sl st to join and make 15 sc, ch 30, sk 15, then make 15 more sc. Do not ch, turn work and sl st back over the 15 sc of the previous row. Make 45 dc in the ch 30 sp, then 15 more sl st down the other side. Break yarn, and repeat on the other side.

With the red yarn, ch 30 using a 4.5mm hook, leaving long tails on both ends.

Make tassel by wrapping the red yarn around the cardboard square about 40 times. Cutting just the working thread, leave the yarn wrapped around the cardboard and thread yarn needle with about 18 inches of red yarn. Slide needle under the yarn on the cardboard, and tie a loose knot with the yarn threaded on the needle. Cut the bottom of the yarn on the cardboard, then tighten the knot at the top. Wrap the yarn on the needle securely around the tassel, about 1” down. Pull snugly, then secure with a knot. Pull up through top to use to attach to chain. Weave ends in, pulling any long tails down in to blend in with tassel.

Round Crochet Bag with Tassel Pattern

We want to know all the places you took this little bag for a spin. Did you go out to the beach or enjoy a nice brunch? Even if you just took it to the movies, we’re sure you have cool pictures for us to see – send them our way!

We know you put the magic in magic rings with your crochet skills, and you’re going to want to make a new project straightaway after this one. Fancy making a pillow? We’ve got just the thing for you with this cobble stitch pillow to check out over at our sister site – Ideal Me.

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