Sunday, July 5, 2015

All around bag


I call this my All Around Bag. Because I use this bag anywhere. From my son's snacks to my crochet materials to my son's clothes. Usually I use this when we will go somewhere. I either stack this with my son's clothes or their snacks.
Here is an example on how it looks like when it is full with my son's clothing. I use this when we went to a friends birthday party. It is very far so I kind of bring some extra clothes for my toddler and also for my eldest. So here is the pattern below, it is so easy anyone can do it:

All Around Bag Pattern.

Materials:

Worsted Yarn any color you like. Here I use green and black. I change color every two rounds
H hook/5mm
 Tapestry needle
some ribbon

Pattern:
Make a Magic Ring

R1: With the black yarn, chain 2 and make 11 Half Double Crochet (hdc) on the ring. Pull the ring tight and join with a slip stitch (sl) on the first hdc.

R2: Chain 2 and make 2 hdc on the same stitch as joining and on each of the stitch around and join with a sl on the top of the first hdc.
R3: Chain 2 and make 2 hdc on the same stitch as joining, then 1 hdc on the next stitch. Then 2 hdc on the next stitch and 1 hdc on the next, continue till the end of the round. And join with a sl on top of the first hdc.
R4: Chain 2 and make 2 hdc on the same stitch as joining, then 1 hdc on each of the next 2 stitches. Then 2 hdc on the next stitch and 1 hdc on each of the next 2 stitches, continue till the end of the round. And join with a sl on top of the first hdc.
R5:  Chain 2 and make 2 hdc on the same stitch as joining, then 1 hdc on each of the next 2 stitches. Then 2 hdc on the next stitch and 1 hdc on each of the next 2 stitches, continue till the end of the round. And join with a sl on top of the first hdc.
R6: Chain 2 and make 2 hdc on the same stitch as joining, then 1 hdc on each of the next 3 stitches. Then 2 hdc on the next stitch and 1 hdc on each of the next 3 stitches, continue till the end of the round. And join with a sl on top of the first hdc.
R7: Chain 2 and make 2 hdc on the same stitch as joining, then 1 hdc on each of the next 4 stitches. Then 2 hdc on the next stitch and 1 hdc on each of the next 4 stitches, continue till the end of the round. And join with a sl on top of the first hdc.
R8: Chain 2 and make 2 hdc on the same stitch as joining, then 1 hdc on each of the next 5 stitches. Then 2 hdc on the next stitch and 1 hdc on each of the next 5 stitches, continue till the end of the round. And join with a sl on top of the first hdc.


 *Continue on adding more rounds depending on your choice of how big your bag will be. Just remember to increase the stitches  in between those 2 hdc in every round. For mine I stop on the the eight round.

R9 (or whatever round you are now): With the green yarn chain 2, then 1 hdc on the same stitch as joining. Then 1 hdc again on each of the stitch around and join with a sl on top of the first hdc.
R10: Change to black yarn then chain 2, 1 double crochet(dc)on the same stitch as joining. Then 1 dc again on each of the stitch around and join with a sl on top of the first dc.
R11: Repeat round 10.
R12: With the green yarn chain 2, then 1 dc on the same stitch as joining. Then 1 dc again on each of the stitch around and join with a sl on top of the first dc.
R13: Repeat round 12.
R14-R27 : Repeat round 10-13. You can continue again to add more rows if you want a longer bag.
R28:  Repeat R9: only with black yarn
R29: chain 4, 1 Treble Crochet(tr)on the same stitch as joining. Then 1 tr again on each of the stitch around and join with a sl on top of the first tr.
R30-32: Repeat round 29.
R33: chain 1, then single (sc) on the same stitch as joining, then 1 sc on each of the stitch around. Join with a sl on top of the first sc. Fasten off and weave all ends.
Insert the ribbon of your choice on Round 28.

So that's it. I hope you have fun making your bag. If you have any clarifications or suggestions please write a comment below.

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