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Travel Super Light and Extra Trendy with This Honeycomb Crocheted Backpack
Brought to you by the creative Isa Catepillan, the Honeycomb Crocheted Backpack is 100% cotton for a light spring vibe and made with leather straps for an elegant touch.
Worked with a textured stitch that resembles a honeycomb, this nature-inspired backpack is versatile as it is lovely, making it both easy and stylish for you to leave your house without the worry of leaving anything essential behind.
In fact, this pattern is ideal for intermediate crocheters to work on.
For this one, you will need the Dishie Yarn, a highly absorbent, hardworking worsted weight made from 100% cotton. A favorite choice for home decors, this yarn is wonderfully durable and machine washable, ideal for making hard-wearing garments and accessories.
You will also need a crochet hook size US C/2. That’s 2.75 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 backpack measures 11 inches in diameter and 13 inches high. That’s approximately 28 cm and 33 cm respectively if you prefer to use the metric system.
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.
For a new backpack that is both fashionable and functional, craft this sweet Honeycomb Crocheted Backpack. Plus, it makes for a beautiful handmade gift.
You can download the FREE pattern for this must-have backpack from the We Crochet website.
To get the FREE downloadable pattern, please click here: Honeycomb Backpack Pattern.
In addition, you can purchase the recommended yarn here: Dishie Yarn.