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Crocheted Loaf Pan Carrier

Posted on February 21, 2013

I thought I’d share my loaf pan carrier that I crocheted. I used the Crochet N More loaf tote pattern and did a few changes to fit my large loaf pan. A few people had commented on this pattern that it ran a bit small so I did a few modifications to make sure my loaf pan fit comfortably into the carrier tote.

I crocheted my loaf pan tote using two strands of Red Heart chunky yarn. The project used just under two skeins of RH Super Saver chunky yarn. I used two strands of Windsor colored yarn held together with a N (9 mm) crochet hook to work the pattern. I crocheted rows 2-12 of the pattern for a size of 5-3/4″ wide by 10-1/2″ long after row 12. After row 12 which is a repeat of row 6, I moved to row 14 and followed the patten thru row 16.

I used an H (5 mm) hook to work a single crochet (Sc) row around the top edge rather than doing the reverse Sc edging that the pattern called for. I did my edging row using just one strand of chunky yarn. I did have to work 2 Sc in a few stitches around to make the edging lay down flat.

My finished measurement for the loaf pan carrier tote is 9-1/2 inches long by 5-1/2 inches wide. The tote is 4 inches tall at the side and 10 inches tall to the top from the bottom base. A full sized glass loaf pan fits nicely into the carrier tote as shown.

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2 Responses to “Crocheted Loaf Pan Carrier”

  1. narf7
    Feb 23, 2013

    Cheers for this excellent pattern and for it being crochet! Knitting and I don’t gel ;). I love this pattern and your site, kudos for giving us so many wonderful and most sustainable patterns šŸ™‚

  2. Christa
    Mar 01, 2013

    Very creative and bet this would be great to make with plarn as well šŸ™‚

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