Briar Produce Bag Crochet Pattern

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Meet the Briar Produce Bag! This large, lacy crochet market bag is perfect for carrying your groceries in while also helping the environment. The pattern features lots of shells and v-stitches that are sure to make a statement!

Inside This PDF Produce Bag Crochet Pattern You Will Find:

1. Full written instructions for produce bag with stitch counts
2. Photo tutorials to help with tricky sections

Materials Needed:

- We Crochet Cotlin Yarn: (70% Tanguis Cotton, 30% Linen, 123 yds / 112 m, 1.7 oz / 50 g) 3 Balls, color Linen 
- Or approximately 400 yards of DK weight yarn (will be best in a plant fiber like cotton!)
- E/3.25mm crochet hook 
- Yarn needle

Skill Level: Intermediate

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Terms of use:
This pattern is my original design. It is for private use only; please do not redistribute or resell it in any way.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
gloria Cotten
Love this

Quick weekend project.. simple and easy to follow.

Made for my sister's Christmas gift