Aligned Cobble Stitch Anytime Tote Crochet Pattern

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The Aligned Cobble Stitch Anytime Tote Crochet Pattern. This crocheted tote is a perfect size to stash towels, magazine, lunch or whatever you want to fill it with. If you're looking for the perfect anytime tote, this is definitely it. #crochettote #crochetbag #crochetpattern #crochetaddict #ilovecrochet #crochet #freecrochetpatternsAligned Cobble Stitch Anytime Tote Crochet Pattern

There are just some things you can never have enough of and totes fall perfectly into that category. I always like to have extra totes around for shopping, going to the beach, taking drinks and snacks with me while I watch Noelle at her gymnastics competitions and taking my latest crochet project with me wherever I go.

This crocheted tote is a perfect size to stash towels, magazine, lunch or whatever you want to fill it with. The tighter stitch pattern means you don’t have to worry about losing hooks, pencils or other small items out the sides. If you’re looking for the perfect anytime tote, this is definitely it.

Learn how to make this beautifully crocheted tote below.

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Aligned Cobble Stitch Anytime Tote Crochet Pattern

NOTES: Pattern in U.S. crochet terminology

SKILL LEVEL: Easy/Intermediate

MATERIALS:

  •        Hook:  I / 5.5mm
  •        Yarn: 4 (Medium) Universal Yarn – Cotton Supreme in Color A – White 180 yds, Color B – Brindle 250 yds, Color C – Powder Blue 180 yds. Get yarn here.
  •       Tools: scissors, tapestry needle, stitch marker, approx 54 inches of ¾ inch nylon rope

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • st(s) = stitches
  • ch = chain
  • sl = slip stitch
  • sc – single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • tr – treble crochet
  • xs – times

NOTES:

The Aligned cobble stitch is worked in rows of 2. Watch for turning and color changes, ch 3 in round 2 counts as dc. See the aligned cobble stitch video tutorial here.

FINISHED SIZE:  17″ wide x 14″ high

PATTERN:

Color A – Chain 41

Round 1: dc in 4th loop from chain, dc in 37 sts, last st – dc 7 xs. Do not turn. Dc along the other side (37 sts), last st, dc 7xs. Sl st to join. (88 dc)

Round 2: ch 3, dc into ch space, do not turn, 2 dc each in next 2 sts, 1 dc in next 30 sts, 2 dc in next 13 sts,  1 dc in next 30 sts, 2 dc in next 11 sts.  Sl st to join. (114 dc)

Round 3 – 8: ch 1, sc in each stitch, sl st to join (114 sc)

Change to color B

Round 9: ch 1, turn work, sc in first st, tr in next stitch. Repeat sc and tr 56 xs. Sl st to join (114 sts)

Round 10: ch 1, turn work. Sc in each stitch, sl st to join (114 sts)

Rd 11-18: Repeat rows 9 and 10, 4 more xs  (5 rounds total = 10 rows -114 sts)

Change to color A

Round 19 – 21: ch 1, do not turn work, sc in each st, sl st to join(114 sts)

Change to color C

Round 22 – 31: ch 1, turn work, repeat rows 9 and 10 4xs  (5 rounds total = 10 rows -114 sts)

Change to color A

Round 32 – 34: repeat rows 19 – 21 (114 sts)

Change to color B

Round 35 – 44: repeat rows 9 and 10 4xs  (5 rounds total = 10 rows – 114 sts)

Change to color A

Round 45 – 50: repeat rows 3 to 8, fasten off, break yarn. (114 sts)

Finishing: Handles

Cut 2 pieces of ¾ inch nylon rope, approx 27 inches each. Using chosen color, ch 6, hdc into next 5 sts (5hdc) ch 1, turn work and repeat (approx 58 xs) until there is an extra 2 ½ inches past each side of the rope. Place rope in center of work and sew together to join (leaving 2 ½ inches on either side)

Place handle at the desired spot on the bag and sew on with a tapestry needle. Repeat for the other side.

 

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