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No Plan(et) B Beach Bag - Crochet pattern


Remember this one? The No Plan(et) B Beach Bag was released on the October 2019 issue of Happily Hooked Magazine (Yay!) and I can now release it independently (double yay)!

It was around this time last year that I finished this WIP, I remember sitting on Bigbury beach in the gorgeous sunshine cursing that it wasn’t quite done and I was missing out on fab pictures! Luckily the infamous British weather held and we still got some lovely ones when all was done and dusted!


Crochet Beach Bag Pattern No Plan(et) B

The bag is made up in Aran cotton using Centre Single Crochet (US), Centre Double Crochet (UK) or sometimes known as waistcoat stitch. This allows the very important message to line up perfectly and creates a super sturdy bag that can be slung over your shoulder or into the back of the car without fear. I have used Rust Proof eyelets and some cord for the handles, I love the contrast with the crochet and it helps everything feel nice and robust.

We use this bag all the time at home, its just the right size for your picnic, swimmers and a towel – I love it and I hop you do too!


As usual you can find the pattern on Love Crafts, Ravelry and Esty. I’m sure you are all aware of this now but…, the Love Crafts links are affiliate links, which means I make a small commission if you purchase something through it. This is at no extra cost to you but really helps me to keep the website running and the free patterns coming. As a small business I really value your support.

Using the Love Crafts link means all the yarn in the necessary colours is there and ready to go when you purchase. You just need a hook, some cord and those eyelets – I found them at my teeny tiny local craft store.


Crochet Beach bag pattern

Love and Yarny Hugs,

Pennie xxx


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