Produce Bag – Crochet Pattern

In my quest to become more eco-friendly and live a greener lifestyle, I wanted to create a produce bag that I could take with me to the grocery store. This bag is light enough that it doesn’t tare (the produce scale won’t register its weight) and compact enough that I can throw a couple in my purse and just go.

This pattern has NOT been extensively tested. Errors may be present. Please let me know if you find any errors or have any feedback.

Alternatively, this bag could be made with cotton yarn. However, if you make it with cotton, keep in mind that it will not stretch.

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Difficulty: Easy
Yarn Used: Worsted Weight (4)
Hook Used: H hook (5.00mm)
Yardage Needed: Approximately 120yds


Legend

All terms are US standard crochet terms.
ch – Chain
sl st – Slip Stitch
dc – Double Crochet
st – Stitch


Row 1: ch4, sl st in first ch to form a ring

Row 2: ch3 (counts as first dc now and throughout), 9dc in ring, sl st in 3rd chain of ch3 – 10dc total

Row 3: ch3, 1dc same st, 2dc next 9 sts, sl st in 3rd chain of ch3 – 20dc total

Row 4: ch3, 1dc same st, 1 dc next st, [2dc next st, 1 dc next st] 8 times; sl st in 3rd chain of ch3 – 30dc total

Row 5: ch3, 1dc same st, 1dc next 2 st, [2dc next st, 1dc next 2st] 8 times; sl st in 3rd chain of ch3 – 40dc total

Row 6: ch3, 1dc same st, 1dc next 3st, [2dc next st, 1dc next 3st] 8 times; sl st in 3rd chain of ch3 – 50dc total

Row 7: ch3, 1dc each st around, sl st in 3rd chain of ch3 – 50dc total

Row 8-9: repeat row 7

Row 10: ch4, sk 1 st, [1dc next st, ch1, sk 1 st] 24 times; sl st in 3rd chain of 1st ch4 – 25dc

Row 11: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc in ch 1 sp, [1sc next st, 1sc in ch 1 sp] 24 times; sl st to 1st ch1 – 50sc total

Row 12-21: repeat rows 10 and 11

Row 22: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc each st around, sl st in 1st ch1 – 50sc total

Row 23-24: repeat row 22

Begin work on handles

Row 25: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc in next 4 st, ch15, sk 8 st, 1sc in next 17 st, ch15, sk 8 st, 1sc in next 12 st, sl st to 1st ch1

Row 26: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc in next 4 st, 25sc in sc ch sp (your ch15), 1sc next 17 st, 25sc in sc ch sp, 1sc in next 12 st, sl st to 1st ch1 – 84sc total

Row 27: ch1, 1sc same sp, 1sc in each st around, sl st to 1st ch1 – 84sc total

Row 28: repeat row 27

Fasten off and weave in ends!

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