Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Kitties In A Row Tote Bag Free Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

I Love This stitch Pattern. 
It is fun to crochet 
and looks really cute when it is done.
But because I have and
 love Chihuahuas,
 I decided to call it 
"Chihuahuas in a Row".
 Just kidding. 

You will see I didn't stitch my tote bag up 
in the traditional way of 
doing the "Kittens in a row" Stitch pattern..
I changed colors every 2 rows,
 not every 3 rows.
You know me,
 I like to change things up a bit.

I Love These Bright colors too!
And the yarn is Redheart Supersaver.
So it can be washed easily.

I really do think they look like 
Chihuahuas in a row!

Kitties In A Row Tote Bag Crochet Pattern
 By Sara Sach

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Skill - Easy

Materials -
Crochet Hook - I
Yarn  - Worsted Weight (4) 2.5 oz of each color
I used Redheart Supersaver -
Spring Green - C1, Bright Pink  - C2,  Teal - C3
Yarn Needle

Stitches -
Chain ( ch)
Skip ( sk) 
Slip Stitch (sl st)
Single Crochet ( sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Puff Stitch ( pf st) 


Size - Bag measures approx. 14 inches Wide X 12 inches long

Note: As you change colors, do not tie off yarn,
keep yarn attached and trail it behind, on the inside of the bag.

Pattern:
R : 1 - With C1, Ch 33, 1 sc in 2nd ch from the hook, and in each ch across,
Working down the opposite side of the ch, 1 sc in each sc,
 join with a sl st to the 1st sc, ch1 ( 64 sc)

R : 2 - 1 sc in each sc, join, ch 1 ( 64 sc)

R : 3-4 - Repeat R : 2

R : 5 - *2 dc in next sc, ch 1, 2 dc in the next sc, ch1, sk next 2 sc*
Repeat From * to * around bag, join to the top of the first dc, with a sl st,
( 16 clusters of 2dc, ch1,  2dc)

R : 6 - Sl st to the ch1 between the 1st "2dc, ch1, 2dc cluster", Then
*2dc, ch1, 2dc* in that ch1 space, Repeat * to * in each ch1
 space around the bag. (16 clusters of 2dc, ch1 2dc)

R : 7 - Change to C2, Sl st to the ch1 between the 1st "2dc, ch1, 2dc cluster",
*Then 2dc, ch1, 2dc in that ch1 space,
St a Pfst between the cluster Stitch of the previous row*
Repeat From * to around bag,  join to the top of the first dc, with a sl st,
( 16 clusters of 2dc, ch1,  2dc)
R : 8 - Repeat R : 6
R : 9 - change to C3, Repeat R : 7
R : 10 -Repeat R : 6
R : 11 - Change to C1, Repeat R : 7
R : 12 - Repeat R : 6
R : 13 -18  - Repeat R : 7 - 12

If you want your bag longer, keep repeating 
 till you get the length you want.

R : 19 - Change to C2, 1 sc in each st round, join, ch 1 ( 64 sc)
R : 20-21- Repeat R : 19

R : 22 - Forming the handles,
Change to C3, 1 sc in the 1st 13 sc,
 ch 25, skip the next 19 scs,
join to the next sc, 1 sc in the next 25 sc,
ch 25, skip the next 19 scs, join to the next st,
1 sc in the next 12 sc, join,ch1


R : 23 - 1 sc in each sc and in each ch around, join, ch 1
(76sc)

R : 24 - 1 sc in each sc, join, ch 1
(76sc)

R : 25 - Shell stitch trim -
*1 sc in the next st, sk the next st, 3 dc in the next st*
Repeat Around , join, and tie off.
Weave in all your ends.


Flower -
R : 1 - With C1, Ch 3, 10 dcs in the 2nd ch from the hook, join with a sl st.
R : 2 - Change To C3, *1 sc in the 1st dc, 3 dc in the next dc*
Repeat From * to * 4 more times, join to the 1st dc, with a sl st,
(5 petals)
R : 3 - Change to C3, *1 sc the next sc, 1 sc in the next dc,
2 dc in the next dc, 1 sc in the next sc* Repeat From * to *
 around the trim of the flower.
Place Flower on the front of the bag and
sew in place with matching yarn

This bag is the perfect size
 for a project bag.
And it has a little stretch to it,
 to fit lots of extra stuff.
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