You can never have too many tote bags in your life so today we’re sharing some of our favourite crochet patterns for beginner and advanced level projects.
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My family say I have a bag obsession (and sshh they might be right) so today I decided to hop on over to Etsy and feed that obsession a little more by picking out a new tote to crochet!
Whether you need a bag to store your WIP, your library books or for taking to the farmer’s market you’re sure to find one here to suit your tastes.
If you're looking for something a bit plainer you can't go wrong with this lovely pattern that's perfect for beginners. I do love the plain design because it shows off the stitch, but I bet it would work well with self-striping yarn too!
If you're looking for a more challenging pattern suitable for intermediate or advanced crocheters then try this one. The finished bag measures about 16 inches deep by 14 inches wide with a cute braided strap!
Oh how summery is this bag! I love the seashells at the bottom and the ocean waves at the top! This is perfect for the beach this summer for sure. It's a large tote so there's plenty of room for your towels and sunscreen and anything else you need to take along!
Wow I've never seen a tote bag like this one before! I guess you could call it an envelope style with that fabulously oversized button! It's a beginner friendly pattern because it's a simple rectangle folded and sewn into shape.
This market bag is super useful because you can fold it up and put it inside another bag until you need it. You know for those days when you go to the store and buy a little more than you planned to...!
If you enjoyed that hexagon pattern I shared the other day then this would be the perfect tote bag project for you to try! It's got a real summer retro vibe to it and you customise it to suit your tastes by adding tassels or pompoms!