Nautical Tote Knit Pattern

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

A simple tote with a touch of lace makes for a beautiful addition to your bag collection. With signature nautical colors, this bag is sure to catch everyone's eye. 

The Nautical Tote is a beautiful and simple bag that includes both knit and crochet. The body of this tote is knit while the handles are crocheted. The body includes some eyelet v-stitches to make it stand out a little from just a plain colorblock tote.


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-5.0mm knitting needles
-4.5mm crochet hook
-a skein of Loops and Thread Impeccable in colors gold, pale gray, and sapphire
-tapestry needle


Crochet straps: every 16 stitches equal 4 inches

Tote Body: every 25 rows and 18 stitches equal 4 inches


The tote panels are approximately 12 inches long and 10.8 inches wide.

The straps have are approximately 20.5 inches long and will have approximately an 18 inch drop after it is sewn onto the tote.


To alter the length, crochet more rows for a longer tote and less for a shorter tote.

For a smaller or wider tote, simply cast on in multiples of 12+1.

To make your handle straps longer increase the number of beginning chains. To shorten them, decrease the number of beginning chains.

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