The Perfect Day Market Tote is a fun and flexible pattern - you can make it in any size you like! See how in the Perfect Day Market Tote Tutorial on Moogly!
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Perfect Day Market Tote Tutorials:
How to Crochet the Perfect Day Market Tote - Right Handed
How to Crochet the Perfect Day Market Tote - Left Handed
As Seen in This Video (click each for more info!):
Perfect Day Market Tote - FREE Pattern!
Furls Crochet US - K, 6.5mm hook
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And that's another project in the bag - so to speak. I hope that you enjoyed the Perfect Day Market Tote Tutorial and that the video answered any questions you had - like how to make that fun wrapped stitch! If not, please ask in the comments below - I'm always happy to help!
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This is so pretty! My sister wants me to crochet her a tote, so I'll probably make this for her. Thank you for sharing!
Thank you so much!!
Thank you so much for sharing the Perfect Day Market Tote...I truly enjoyed making this tote and following you through the tutorial. This was fun!
I'm so glad to hear it Fritzetta, thank you! ♥
I tired making your bag and I was wondering if the whole circle is suppose to stay flat because mine is doing that wondering if I'm doning something wrong if you can help me thank you
Hi Sandy! It should be flat through Rnd 8. and then start pulling up into a bag shape after that. 🙂