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As always, I hope you enjoy my free pattern below.
Open Mesh Magic Crocheted Dishcloth Pattern
“H” 5.00 mm Crochet Hook
2 ozs of Cotton yarn
¼ oz contrasting Cotton yarn for trim
9-1/2” X 9” Cotton Dishcloth
Ch 32, Sc in 2nd ch from hook and in ea st. (31) […]
This week I present my recycled plastic flat bottom tote bag. This tote bag features a wide flat bottom so it is very roomy and can stand up. I also added regular worst yarn to the handles for color and to make the handles more comfortable when you carry this bag on your shoulder or by hand.
Here is a closeup the bag bottom so you can see how this bag is worked in rounds, without seams and is flat.
You can add a piece of cardboard or plastic canvas for extra strength and stability to the bottom. Here is a photo with a piece of cardboard added. You can click on any of the photos to super-size them for more details.
So this wraps up this week’s recycled bag project. Below you will find the complete free crochet pattern and details. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you make it a great day today!
Flat Bottom Recycled Tote Bag Pattern
Hooks: “N” U.S. size metal hook for bag
“H” Hook for trim
Description: Recycled Flat Bottom Plastic Tote Bag
Bag measures 15” wide and 13” long with 14” handles and 6″ wide at base
Using N hook, Ch 22. […]
This recycled craft project was created by me out of necessity. I needed a pot handle cover for my old cast iron skillet. The handle gets hot and I wanted a sleeve type cover that I could just leave on the skillet. Well I grabbed some curled t-yarn or tarn and started crocheting. Here are my two finished t-yarn skillet covers.
Maybe you haven’t heard about t-yarn yet. Well it’s yarn you create from old recycled t-shirts. You take the t-shirts and cut them into long continuous strips. I then stretch it which causes the t-yarn to curl in on itself. Here is a picture tutorial if you’d like to make your own t-yarn.
The nice thing about t-yarn or tarn is that it stretches and fits snugly on my skillet handle. I also wanted to make one using regular rug so I crocheted this handle cover using some thrift store black rug yarn.
So whether you’d like to crochet your handle cover using recycled materials or regular yarn, here is the free pattern and details below. This pattern is easily adaptable for pots and skillets of different sizes. It’s a very easy pattern with simple stitches that works up quickly. So what are you waiting for — Grab your hook and crochet!
Free Crocheted Pot Handle Cover Pattern
Finished handle cover shown is 5″ long and 1-3/4 to 2″ wide
1 oz) T-yarn cut about 1/2″ wide and stretched or chunky rug yarn
Hook: Metal “J” US sized hook
Using T-yarn or regular yarn, ch 10 and join with Sl St to form a ring. […]
This project was crocheted using plastic bags made into plarn along with one strand of some fingering weight yarn I had to add color. You just crochet holding the plarn and the yarn together. I then trimmed the top and bottom edges using just the fingering yarn. I also used the fingering yarn to make the ties for the bag as shown. This project was a request for a teal or turquoise bag holder and since I can’t really find that color of plastic bags to recycle, I added this yarn that I got at a garage sale for just 25 cents. Anyway using regular yarn along with recycled plastic bags is a great way to add color and spice up those boring white bags.
Enjoy the project and free crochet pattern below.
Plarn Plastic Bag Keeper Pattern
Finished Bag Keeper measures 4” circular wide and 18” long. Strap holder length is 10 inches.
One large ball of plastic bags cut into 1” Plarn strips (Approx 25 bags)
3 ozs fingering yarn
Hook: Metal “N” US sized hook
With plastic bag yarn (plarn) and fingering yarn held together, Ch 30, Sl St to join in first st of chain to form ring. […]