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3 Knitted Tote Bag Patterns

By: Audrey Huggett, Editor for

It is easy to forget that your knitting skills can be put to work to create something practical, like a tote bag.  Scarves, sweaters, hats, and mittens often get the lion's share of the knitting world's attention, but there is a lot to be said for the benefits of a tote you knit yourself.  Totes are incredibly useful projects; you can use them in any number of ways, from carrying produce to your books.  These knit tote patterns are just in time for a new harvest.  With early vegetables nearing harvest time, you can knit yourself a bag to take to the farmers market.

3 Knitted Tote Bag Patterns

3 Knitted Tote Bag Patterns

Felted Floral ToteRainbow Market BagFlora Bag

Felted Floral Bag - This lovely felted knit tote is perfect for a casual night out, carry whatever you need with you in style.  The elegant red detail on this bag is knitted right into the design.

Rainbow Market Bag - Pack away all of your produce in this handsome tote bag.  Knitted on a larger yarn, the mesh body of this bag is a type of lace work.  A quick and simple project, this knitted tote bag pattern will almost fly off your needles.

Flora Bag - Handsome felt flowers make this one bag you'll want to keep by your side.  This is a good pattern for a beginning knitter to try out, since the felting process will hide any mistakes.


9 Free Knitting Patterns Perfect For SpringAre you hungry for more patterns like these lovely shawls?  Take a peek at our spring eBook, 9 Free Knitting Patterns Perfect for Spring, for some more top notch warm weather knitting patterns.  You don’t need to put those needles down just because winter is over!

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