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I am super excited to start Part 1 of the Modular Pocket Bag CAL that is sponsored by Lion Brand Yarn. In Part 1 we will work on the main front and back panel of this bag which I used 2 skeins of the Jeans yarn in color Classic. Of course, you can also use other worsted weighted yarn, but it the bag might be a bit smaller or larger, depending on the yarn and your gauge.
As this bag uses only single crochet, it is perfect for beginners as well. But even advanced crocheters will find join in it.
If you have absolutely no idea what this Crochet Along is all about and need further information, please click HERE for the main post that explains everything.
Remember that this Crochet Along has a Giveaway attached to it. Everyone who participates in this Crochet Along and who does the below points will be automatically entered!
- Add the Modular Pocket Bag to your Ravelry Favorites and as a Project HERE
- make the Modular Pocket Bag and post WIP (work-in-progress) pictures and the final completed bag as a picture to Ravelry and my Facebook group (join HERE)
- Go to the Lion Brand website and sign up for their newsletter and follow them on Facebook and tell them THANK YOU (on their Facebook page) for sponsoring the Modular Pocket Bag Crochet Along (that is a very important point!!!)
- optional: Share this Modular Pocket Bag Crochet Along post on social media for others to join! The more people join the more fun it is!
If you cant wait for Parts 3 to 4, you can also purchase the full pdf of this pattern here:
So before any further ado, let’s get right into the FREE pattern which is super easy and works up fairly quickly. If you have just started to crochet, this project is perfect for you!
4 sc x 5 rows = 1 square inch
Stitch used, in US terms:
Main Front and Back Panel (make 2 panels) in color Classic
Make a chain of 61
Row 1: 1 sc in each ch, starting from the 2nd chain from the hook, ch 1 turn (60 sts)
Row 2-50: 1 sc in each sts, ch 1, turn
Fasten off after row 50 and weave in the ends.
The picture below shows both panels after they are completed.
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