Easy Reusable Crochet Produce Bag (Free Pattern)

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Switching to reusable produce bags in the grocery store is an easy way to reduce the amount of single-use plastic you consume. To alter the diameter of the bag, add another round of increases before continuing to the main body of the bag.

I made the produce bag in an acrylic sport weight yarn I had left over from another project, the same yarn I used for the Tulip headband. This reusable bag is worked primarily in treble crochet to form a mesh and can be finished in just a few hours.

Check out the Peony Tote for another reusable grocery bag pattern.

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Materials

Sport weight yarn (200 yards)

Size E crochet hook

Gauge

9 stitches x 4 rows (2″ x 2″ square treble crochet)

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Abbreviations

Sl st – slip stitch

Tr – treble crochet

Tr 1 – treble crochet 1

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Instructions

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Chain 4, sl st to join with first stitch

Round 1: Chain 6, *tr into the ring, chain 3* (Perform instructions in ** a total of six times, there should be six total tr stitches), sl st to join with third stitch in chain 6.

Round 2: Chain 6, tr into same stitch as sl st, chain 3. *Skip 3 stitches, tr 1, chain 3, tr 1 into same stitch, chain 3* (Perform instructions in ** a total of six times) Sl st to join with third chain in chain 6.

Round 3: Chain 6, tr into same stitch as sl st, chain 3. *Skip 3 stitches, tr 1, chain 3, tr 1 into same stitch, chain 3* (Perform instructions in ** a total of thirteen times) Sl st to join with third chain in chain 6.

Round 4: Chain 6, *skip 3 stitches, tr 1, chain 3* (Perform instructions in ** a total of 27 times). Sl st to join with third chain in chain 6.

Repeat Round 4 until the bag reaches the desired length, weave in all ends (The bag shown in the pictures has 24 rounds)

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