FO: Market Bag

I finished off the crochet market bag last night and decided to take it for a test run to the coffee shop this morning filled with just the essentials- plastic baggies for doggie doo-ty, keys, wallet, sunglasses, and a knitting book.  I haven’t tested it yet with heavy grocery items like fruits and vegetables, though I know it will stretch a little more when filled with those items.

Pattern: Rust Goes Green by Jill Chatelain (slightly modified)

Yarn: Debbie Bliss Cotton DK, four balls

4.00mm crochet hook

Overall, I think this turned out pretty well.    It was a quick and fun project, perfect for the summertime and I think it resulted in a pretty cute bag.

3 thoughts on “FO: Market Bag

  1. Julie says:

    awesome bag!! looks really cute, and sturdy.

  2. KSD says:

    It does look terrific — good luck on the grocery test drive.

  3. JillsKnit says:

    You’re right, the bag will stretch a bit with the heavier items. I love that you have an Elizabeth Zimmermann book sticking out of it. She was one of the people who encouraged me to design back in the 1980s and foolishly I didn’t listen to her then. I have some catching up to do to make EZ proud of me!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

%d bloggers like this: