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Bee the Best Crochet Bag [FREE Crochet Pattern]

Carry It All In This Light And Trendy Bee The Best Crochet Bag

Designed by the talented team at Garn Studio, the Bee the Best Crochet Bag features a lovely zigzag pattern and its overall look resembles a body of a bee.

Worked with these striped zigzags, this highly functional bag can carry your essentials anywhere you need to go while keeping up with your style.

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To make this pattern, you will need the DROPS Nepal, a delightful yarn spun from 35% superfine alpaca and 65% Peruvian Highland wool. Super soft, conveniently hand-washable, and feltable, this chunky yarn provides great shape stability.

You will also need a crochet hook size US E/4. That’s 3.5 mm if you prefer to use the metric system.

Need help with crochet hooks? We have an excellent article that can guide you through choosing the right kind of hook. You can check it out here: Crochet Hooks: The Ultimate Guide to Finding the Right Crochet Hook.

A finished bag measures approximately 23 5/8 inches in circumference and 11 3/4 inches in height, measured at the shortest without the bottom. That’s about 60 cm and 30 cm respectively if you prefer the metric system.

Pattern Details

The pattern comes with both written instructions and a diagram for accuracy.

It’s important to get an accurate gauge so you can ensure that you finish with the right size. If you need more details about this, you can find useful information here: Crochet Gauge: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Gauge Right.

So if you’re looking for a trendy new bag that you can use for both work and leisure, make this Bee the Best Crochet Bag.

You can download the FREE pattern for this essential bag from the Garn Studio website.

To get the FREE downloadable pattern, please click here: Bee the Best Bag Pattern.

In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: DROPS Nepal.

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