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Produce Bag Crochet Pattern

Produce Bag Crochet Pattern

We all need a good eco-friendly produce bag in our kitchen, and this produce bag crochet pattern is perfect!

In my adventure to become more eco-friendly and live a greener lifestyle, I wanted to have a produce bag that I could take with me to the store and throw my fruits and vegetables in. Thus, this bag was born. It is light enough that it won’t tare, which means the produce scale at the store won’t register the weight. This means that you can leave those delicious apples in the bag while you weigh them!

This bag is made using acrylic yarn for the stretch that it provides. Alternatively, it can be made with cotton yarn. Just keep in mind that cotton does not stretch.

The finished bag will measure approximately 8 inches across and 10 inches from the bottom to row 24.

Three crochet produce bags on a wooden background. One bag is cream colored, one bag is orange, and one bag is gray with orange handles.

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Difficulty: Easy
Yarn Used: Worsted Weight (4)
Hook Used: H hook (5.00mm)
Yardage Needed: Approximately 130yds


Legend

All terms are US standard crochet terms.
ch – Chain
sl st – Slip Stitch
dc – Double Crochet
st – Stitch
sk – Skip


To Start: ch4, sl st in first ch to form a ring

Row 1: ch2 (does not count as a stitch now and throughout), 10dc in ring, sl st to top of 1st dc – 10dc total

Row 2: ch2, 2dc same st, 2dc next 9 sts, sl st to top of 1st dc – 20dc total

Row 3: ch2, 1dc same st, 2dc next st, [1dc next st, 2dc next st] around; sl st to top of 1st dc – 30dc total

Row 4: ch2, 1dc same st, 1dc next st, 2dc next st, [1dc next 2st, 2dc next st] around; sl st to top of 1st dc – 40dc total



Row 5: ch2, 1dc same st, 1dc next 2st, 2dc next st, [1dc next 3st, 2dc next st] ; sl st to top of 1st dc – 50dc total

Row 6: ch2, 1dc same st and each st around, sl st to top of 1st dc – 50dc total

Row 7-8: repeat row 6

Row 9: ch4 (counts as 1st dc and ch1) , sk 1 st, [1dc next st, ch1, sk 1 st] around; sl st in 3rd chain of ch4 – 25dc



Row 10: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc in ch 1 sp, [1sc next dc, 1sc in ch 1 sp] around; sl st to 1st ch1 – 50sc total

Row 11-20: repeat rows 9 and 10

Row 21: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc each st around, sl st in 1st ch1 – 50sc total

Row 22-23: repeat row 21

Begin work on handles

Row 24: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc in next 4 st, ch15, sk 8 st, 1sc in next 17 st, ch15, sk 8 st, 1sc in next 12 st, sl st to 1st ch1

Row 25: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc in next 4 st, 1sc in each ch of the ch15, 1sc next 17 st, 1sc in each ch of the ch15, 1sc in next 12 st, sl st to 1st ch1 – 64sc total



Row 26: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc in each st around, sl st to 1st ch1 – 64sc total

Row 27: repeat row 26

Fasten off and weave in ends!


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