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Jul 1, 2018 16:48:20   #
gawatoc
 
This looks like a great little knit bag http://www.simplynotable.com/2017/knit-produce-bag-pattern/. I’m primarily a knitter but since large knitting needles and thin crochet thread are killers on my hands, I’ve been looking for a pattern like this in crochet and can’t seem to find one anywhere. This is a very small bag that would hold only a few apples, onions etc. I can find plenty of large crochet bags but no small ones. Has anyone seen a pattern similar to this in crochet?
 
Jul 1, 2018 16:57:13   #
Sandysmom
 
http://theadventuresofcassie.blogspot.com/2008/03/free-reusable-crocheted-grocery-bag.html
I am not much of a crocheter but maybe you could make this smaller if you want a smaller bag.
Jul 1, 2018 17:04:48   #
gawatoc
 
Sandysmom wrote:
http://theadventuresofcassie.blogspot.com/2008/03/free-reusable-crocheted-grocery-bag.html
I am not much of a crocheter but maybe you could make this smaller if you want a smaller bag.


Thanks. I’m not much of a crocheter either and would have no idea how to downsize a large bag.
Jul 1, 2018 17:13:59   #
val
 
http://pinterest.com/pin/47991552256950494/?source_app=android
This one is croched. Check it out.
Jul 1, 2018 17:20:16   #
JanetLove2Knit
 
These are crochet:
On Ravelry, I bookmarked the pattern and clicked this link
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/grocery--produce-string-bag
and it took me to this web page which has the actual crocheted bag pattern and a smaller crocheted version of the original pattern.
https://awaifwhowrites.wordpress.com/2018/04/24/zero-waste-kitchen-crochet-produce-bag-free-pattern/
The link for the PDF. of the smaller pattern and the original-sized pattern are at the bottom of the page.
Good luck!
Jul 1, 2018 17:29:37   #
gawatoc
 
JanetLove2Knit wrote:
These are crochet:
On Ravelry, I bookmarked the pattern and clicked this link
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/grocery--produce-string-bag
and it took me to this web page which has the actual crocheted bag pattern and a smaller crocheted version of the original pattern.
https://awaifwhowrites.wordpress.com/2018/04/24/zero-waste-kitchen-crochet-produce-bag-free-pattern/
The link for the PDF. of the smaller pattern and the original-sized pattern are at the bottom of the page.
Good luck!
These are crochet: br On Ravelry, I bookmarked the... (show quote)


Thank you. It’s perfect.
 
Jul 1, 2018 17:31:41   #
gawatoc
 
val wrote:
http://pinterest.com/pin/47991552256950494/?source_app=android
This one is croched. Check it out.


Thank you.
Jul 1, 2018 18:15:37   #
run4fittness (a regular here)
 
val wrote:
http://pinterest.com/pin/47991552256950494/?source_app=android
This one is croched. Check it out.


Jul 1, 2018 18:21:43   #
6catsplus1
 
JanetLove2Knit wrote:
These are crochet:
On Ravelry, I bookmarked the pattern and clicked this link
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/grocery--produce-string-bag
and it took me to this web page which has the actual crocheted bag pattern and a smaller crocheted version of the original pattern.
https://awaifwhowrites.wordpress.com/2018/04/24/zero-waste-kitchen-crochet-produce-bag-free-pattern/
The link for the PDF. of the smaller pattern and the original-sized pattern are at the bottom of the page.
Good luck!
These are crochet: br On Ravelry, I bookmarked the... (show quote)

Yes, thank you! I copied both.
Jul 1, 2018 18:51:00   #
hougland
 
I'm going to try the knit pattern. Thanks for the link. If successful, I am going to make them as stocking stuffers for my adult female relatives. I think anyone could use something like this. My DD shops for all her produce at Aldi's and this would be perfect.
Jul 1, 2018 18:57:08   #
annhkmiller
 
I have a crocheted bag my DIL got for me at the farmer's market. Just remember that the more you put in, the more it stretches.
 
Jul 1, 2018 19:26:15   #
painthoss (a regular here)
 
annhkmiller wrote:
I have a crocheted bag my DIL got for me at the farmer's market. Just remember that the more you put in, the more it stretches.


And the more likely the thread is to cut the produce.
Jul 2, 2018 06:14:44   #
farkasw
 
Not identical to the knit pattern, but perhaps of interest to you?

http://www.yarnspirations.com/bernat-market-bag/BRC0103-008738V.html
https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/eco-produce-bag-set
https://marie-lucienne.blogspot.com/2017/05/lets-go-shopping.html
Jul 2, 2018 07:59:34   #
YarnCreations
 
gawatoc wrote:
Thanks. I’m not much of a crocheter either and would have no idea how to downsize a large bag.


Thinner yarn and a smaller hook?
Jul 2, 2018 09:12:19   #
Rosette (a regular here)
 
Thanks for all the replies, as I now have a crochet pattern for market bags - let's go shopping. I finished a bag that had one wide handle and I had to join it to the other side, but this looks neater and very attractive. Thanks farkasw.
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