The Marigold Market Bag by Kristen Caldwell

The Marigold Market Bag

Crochet
June 2019
DK (11 wpi) ?
4 stitches and 4 rows = 1 inch
4.0 mm (G)
200 - 250 yards (183 - 229 m)
US
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This pattern is available for $3.00 USD
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Just in time for all those wonderful summer farmers markets, I wanted a market bag that was mesh but had a more stable base, and I wanted it to be beautiful, so a mandala bottom is the key feature of this lovely bag. Made with your favorite cotton (or natural blend) yarn (suggestions given in the pattern), the detail of the stitches are so beautifully defined. It works up so quickly, you’ll be making them in every color! As a bonus, I include directions for two coaster variations made from the mandala!

his Intermediate level PDF pattern has EVERYTHING you might need to make this pattern all in one place, including tutorials and linked video tutorials for special stitches, supplemental pattern pictures, tips and trips for beginner crocheters and novice pattern readers, a video pattern showing the mandala round by round, PLUS a stitch chart and round/row tracker!

Not a beginner? The PDF also has a consolidated, printer-friendly version of the pattern for you more experienced crocheters.

Level / Experience: Intermediate
Finished Size: 9” diameter x 15.25” from base to top of bag (not including straps)
PDF Includes

  • Large photos of the finished item
  • Clickable Table of Contents for easy navigation
  • Photo tutorial for 4 special stitches (magic circle, 3dcCl, sc2tog, dc3tog) with links to video tutorials
  • Full pattern with supplemental photos, tips and tricks for novice pattern readers/beginners
  • Stitch Chart
  • Round/Row Tracker
  • Video pattern showing the mandala round by round

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