Crochet Triangular Shawl: It’s a Colorful Summer Shawl by Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’

Free crochet triangular shawl pattern: It's a Colorful Summer Shawl in Lion Brand Mandala for Itchin' for Some Stitchin' for Underground Crafter | Woman wearing rainbow shawl outside against greenery

Are you looking for the perfect crochet triangular shawl for the summer? Then you’ll love this guest post by RaeLynn from Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’! This beautifully textured, lightweight shawl pattern includes video tutorials to guide you through each part of the pattern. A color-changing yarn does all the colorwork for you!

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation (at no added cost to you) if you make a purchase using these links. Photos in this post are © RaeLynn Endicott/Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’ and are used with permission.

About Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’

Free crochet triangular shawl pattern: It's a Colorful Summer Shawl in Lion Brand Mandala for Itchin' for Some Stitchin' for Underground Crafter | RaeLynn Endicott from Itchin' for Some Stitchin'

RaeLynn Endicott is the crochet designer and blogger behind Itchin for some Stitchin’, where she provides beginner-focused crochet, sewing, and knitting patterns, tutorials, tips, and general know-how.

She is a self-taught stitcher who learned how to crochet and knit as part of her church’s Prayer Shawl Ministry eight years ago.  Around the same time, her husband bought RaeLynn her first sewing machine and her love of sewing was born!

RaeLynn not only has a passion for these wonderful hobbies, but she also has a love of teaching others how to do them, which is why she started her blog three years ago — to provide others with the resources she struggled to find while learning to crochet, knit, and sew.

RaeLynn has only recently discovered a new love – crochet pattern design.  And because she is dedicated to beginners, all her patterns are as beginner-friendly as possible.

As a mother to four step-daughters and one rambunctious toddler, finding the time to design and blog can be challenging, but RaeLynn is up to the task!  

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Crochet Pattern by Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’

It’s a Colorful Summer Shawl

Free crochet triangular shawl pattern: It's a Colorful Summer Shawl in Lion Brand Mandala for Itchin' for Some Stitchin' for Underground Crafter | Woman wearing rainbow shawl outside against greenery

This colorful summer triangle shawl is eye-catching! It features the beautifully textured bead stitch combined with basic stitches to create a gorgeous lightweight shawl you’ll absolutely love to show off. The perfect summer shawl!

Difficulty level

  • Level 2 – Intermediate
  • Pattern is written in US terms

Finished Dimensions

  • 28.5” (72.5 cm) from point to top and 46” (117 cm) from side point to side point.

Gauge

  • 13 stitches and 8 rows = 4” (10 cm) in double crochet
  • Should have 16 sc and 8 bst sts and 12 total rows (includes sc rows & bst stitch rows) = 4” (10 cm) x 4” (10 cm)

Materials

  • Lightweight #3 weight yarn
    • In this pattern I used 2 skeins of Lion Brand Mandala, colorway Thunderbird, 590 yd/540m per skein.
    • Total yardage: 885 to 1180
  • Crochet Hook size G-4.25mm
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle

Abbreviations

  • Pattern is written in US terms.
  • Chain stitch (ch/chs)
  • Double crochet (dc)
  • Single crochet (sc)
  • Slip-stitch (slp-st)
  • Stitch/es (st/sts)
  • *__* – Repeat indicated instructions

Special Stitch

  • Bead stitch (bst) – *yarn over, insert the hook behind the double crochet from front to back, yarn over and pull up a loop* Repeat from * to * 2 more times (3 times total = 7 loops on the hook). Yarn over and pull through 6 loops, yarn over and pull through remaining loops on the hook. NOTE for Beginners: The bead stitch is worked AROUND a double crochet (dc). So, you always start out by working a dc and then start the instructions from * to *. Video and photo tutorials for the bead stitch are available here.

Additional Notes

  • A video tutorial for It’s a Colorful Summer Triangle Shawl is available at the end of the written pattern.
  • An ad-free PDF of this pattern is available to buy on Etsy here.
  • This pattern is worked from the point toward the neckline.
  • Stitch count is very important in this pattern. I advise that you count every stitch, every row, every time.
  • If the bead stitches are not large enough for your taste, you can add one more repeat from * to * for a total of 4 times total = 9 loops on the hook. This will make the stitch slightly larger than a typical bead stitch and this is how I made my bead stitches for this pattern.

Instructions

  • Ch 6, slp st into the first ch to form a ring.
  • Row 1: Ch 3 (counts as one dc), work 3 dc into the ring, ch 2, work 4 dc into the ring. (8 dc sts)
  • Row 2: Ch 1, turn work, sc in each of the next 4 sts, work 4 sc into the ch-2 space, make one sc in each of the next 3 dc sts, work one sc into the top of the ch 3 from the previous round. (12 sc sts)
  • Row 3: Ch 1, turn work, work 2 sc into the 1st sc, sc in each of the next 10 sc sts, work 2 sc into the last sc. (14 sc sts)
  • Row 4: Ch 1, turn work, sc in each st across. (14 sc sts)
  • Row 5: Ch 3 (counts as a stitch), turn work, work a bst st into the first sc (the one attached to the ch 3), * skip a stitch, work a bst st into the next sc st,* Repeat from * to * 1 more time, work 1 dc into each of the next 2 sc, ch 2, work 1 dc into each of the next 2 sc sts, work a bst st into the next st, *skip the next sc st, work a bst st into the next sc st* Repeat from * to * one more time (bst st should be worked in the last sc), work 1 dc into the last sc (next to the 3rd bst st). (6 bst sts – each with 2 sts, 6 dc sts, 2 ch sts = 20 total stitches)
  • Row 6: Ch 1, turn work, sc in each st until you get to the dc st right before the ch-2 space (should have 2 sc per each bst and 1 sc in the first dc before the ch-2 space), skip the next dc (the one right before the ch-2 space), work 4 sc into the ch-2 space, skip the next dc (the one right after the ch-2 space), sc in the next dc and in each of the remaining sts (2 sc per each bst st) and into the top of the ch 3 from the previous round.
  • Row 6 Notes: This is the first of four rows you will continue to repeat throughout the pattern.
    • The number of sc on each side of the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space should be EXACTLY the same. FOR EXAMPLE: If you have worked 22 sc before the ch-2, you then work the 4 sc into the ch-2 space, you should then work 22 sc after the 4 sc you worked into the ch-2 space.
    • Every time you work this row, your stitch count before and after the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space should increase by 4. FOR EXAMPLE: If the last time you worked row 6 you had 22 sc before and after the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space then the next time you work this row you should have 26 sc before and after the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space.
    • Make sure that you sc into the top chain of the ch 3 . Do NOT skip this, otherwise your stitch count will be off.
  • Row 7: Ch 1, turn work, work 2 sc in the 1st sc st, work 1 sc in each sc st to the end, work 2 sc in the ch 1 from the previous row.
  • Row 7 Notes: This is the second of four rows you will continue to repeat throughout the pattern.
    • The number of sc on each side of the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space should be EXACTLY the same and should increase by 1 from the previous row. FOR EXAMPLE: If you had 22 sc before and after the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space in the previous row, you should now have 23 sc before and after the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space in the previous row. This makes your total stitch count for this row increase by 2.
    • There should always remain 4 sc within the ch-2 space area.
  • Row 8: Ch 1, turn work, sc in each st to the end.
  • Row 8 Notes: This is the third of four rows you will continue to repeat throughout the pattern.
    • Your stitch count should be exactly the same as the previous row.
  • Row 9: Ch 3, work 1 bst st into the first st (the one the ch 3 is connected to), *skip a st, work 1 bst st into the next st* Repeat from * to * until you get to the 4 sc that you worked within the ch-2 space three rounds back, work 1 dc in the next two sc (2 within the ch-2 space area), ch 2, work 1 dc in the next 2 sc (last 2 within the ch-2 space area), work 1 bst into the next st, *skip a st, work 1 bst st into the next st* Repeat from * to * to end (should end with a bst in the final sc), work one dc into the final sc (next to the last bst st).
  • Row 9 Notes: This is the fourth and final row you will continue to repeat throughout the pattern.
    • The number of bst sts on each side of the ch-2 space should be EXACTLY the same. FOR EXAMPLE: If you have worked 43 bst sts before the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space, you then worked 2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc, then you should work 43 bst sts again.
    • Every time you repeat this row, the number of bead stitches should increase by two. FOR EXAMPLE: If the last time you worked this row you had 43 bst stitches on each side of the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space, the next time you work this row you should have 45 bst stitches on each side of the 4 sc worked into the ch-2 space.
  • Repeat Rounds 6-9 until the shawl reaches your desired length, ending on a repeat of row 6.
  • NOTE: The shawl in the photos is size small to medium and is a total of 92 rows.
  • Bind off & weave in ends.

Embellishment (Optional)

  • Large tassels – Click HERE for a video link on how to make large tassels.
© 2019 by RaeLynn Endicott (Itchin’ for Some Stitchin’) and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate RaeLynn’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. if you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2019/06/10/crochet-triangular-shawl-pattern:-its-colorful-summer-by-itchin-for-some-stitchin/. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

Crochet Market Bag Tutorial and Pattern: Sea Shells by The Shore Market Bag by Nana’s Crafty Home

Sea Shells by the Shore Market Bag, free crochet pattern with video tutorial by Nana's Crafty Home for Underground Crafter | striped, lacy, and textured market bag flat lay on wood with sunglasses and sea shells

If you’re looking for a beautiful crochet market bag with a video tutorial and a written pattern, you’ve come to the right place! I’m introducing my guest contributor, Tonya from Nana’s Crafty Home, and her Sea Shells by the Shore Market Bag. Tonya has made a video tutorial to help you through each step. And, the pattern uses a self-striping yarn to make the colorwork easy.

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation (at no added cost to you) if you make a purchase using these links. Photos in this post are © Tonya Bush/Nana’s Crafty Home and are used with permission.

About Nana’s Crafty Home

Sea Shells by the Shore Market Bag, free crochet pattern with video tutorial by Nana's Crafty Home for Underground Crafter | Tonya Bush wearing Stained Glass Cowl

Tonya Bush is a crochet pattern designer sharing crochet patterns at Nana’s Crafty Home. Tonya grew up in Michigan and her family moved to Kansas while she was in high school and she still makes her home there today. She is married with 2 children, 9 grandchildren, 1 cat and 1 grand dog! On the weekends you will find her house bursting with children and animals! She previously worked in customer service and then primarily the healthcare field as office manager of Family Practice clinics.

Tonya learned to crochet 40 years ago and has spent the majority of her crochet life as a maker. In 2017, she made the leap to pattern designing and blogging and hasn’t looked back since! She is now a full-time blogger and designer at Nana’s Crafty Home.

She enjoys spending time in the kitchen, reading and watching period dramas and mysteries (while crocheting, of course!).

Tonya loves designing unique, colorful and creative patterns that are modern and fun! Her passion is making crochet accessible to anyone: teaching, encouraging and spreading crochet love!

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Sea Shells by the Shore Market Bag

Crochet Pattern by Nana’s Crafty Home

Sea Shells by the Shore Market Bag, free crochet pattern with video tutorial by Nana's Crafty Home for Underground Crafter | striped, lacy, and textured market bag flat lay on wood with sunglasses and sea shells

Hello all of you Underground Crafters!  I am so excited and honored to be here with you and to share this fantastic and fun to make Sea Shells Market Bag!

I really do love to design bags and it might just be because I love to accessorize outfits and bags are the perfect way to do that.

One of the first designs on my website was the Boho Market Bag which has been very popular. And since Caron Cotton Cakes came back into stock at Michael’s this spring I knew I had to design another bag!  This cotton blend yarn is really perfect for summer projects with fantastic stitch definition and lovely spring and summer colors!

Sea Shells by the Shore Market Bag, free crochet pattern with video tutorial by Nana's Crafty Home for Underground Crafter | striped, lacy, and textured market bag flat lay on wood with yarn and sea shells

Many of my designs focus on color and unique stitch combinations for texture with an emphasis on simplicity.  I want everyone to be able to make and love my patterns!

The unique puff stitch I used for this bag reminds me of sea shells.  Really unique and fun to make as they are worked over the previous double crochet made.  This creates a unique looking puff stitch.

This pattern disguises the color changes of the self-striping yarn really well but you could certainly make this in a solid color or change colors manually if desired.

I know there are a lot of visual learners and even those that don’t read written patterns so most of my patterns have a complete video tutorial provided.  I have created a complete video tutorial for this bag as well which you can find after the pattern.

The bag could easily be made larger by adding rounds of repeats — just go to the size desired!

I love to see what you make so please tag me with #nanascraftyhome or @nanascraftyhome so I can see your beautiful projects!

Sea Shells by the Sea Shore Market Bag Pattern

  • Pattern written in US crochet terminology

Supplies

  • Caron Cotton Cakes Blush & Bloom 8.8 oz / 250 g / 530 yds
  • Size H/8 (5.0 mm) crochet hook
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry Needle

Approximate finished size

  • 14” (35.5 cm) tall flat (without handles) x 15” (38 cm) wide

Gauge

  • 8 dc rows & 14 dc st = 4”

Abbreviations

  • blo = back loop only
  • ch = chain
  • dc = double crochet
  • puff st = puff stitch (see special stitch section below)
  • sc = single crochet
  • sk = skip
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sp = space
  • st = stitch
  • yo = yarn over

Notes about pattern

  • ch 3 counts as st at beginning of each round
  • The new 2019 Caron Cotton Cakes are over twice the size of the original Cakes.  The pattern as written will use 2 of the old Caron Cotton Cakes — 7 oz / 422 yds total.  If you make with 1 of the new Cakes you could make larger and add several rounds to the sides of the bag).
  • A complete video tutorial for this project is available at the end of the pattern.

Special stitch

  • Puff Stitch (puff st):  *yo, insert hook around dc into ch 3 sp, yo, pull up a loop,* repeat between * * 6 more times, yo, pull through all loops on hook.

Pattern Instructions

Bag Base

  • Round 1:  Make a magic circle, ch 3 (counts as 1st st), work 11 dc st into magic circle, sl st top of ch 3.  (12)
  • Round 2:  ch 3, dc in same st, 2 dc in each st around, sl st top of ch 3.  (24)
  • Round 3:  ch 3, dc in same st, *dc in next st, 2 dc in next st* repeat between * * to last st, dc in last st, sl st to top of ch 3. (36)
  • Round 4:  ch 3, dc in same st, *dc in next 2 st, 2 dc in next st* repeat between * * to last 2 st, dc in last 2 st, sl st to top of ch 3.  (48)
  • Round 5: ch 3, dc in same st, *dc in next 3 st, 2 dc in next st* repeat between * * to last 3 st, dc in last 3 st, sl st to top of ch 3. (60)
  • Round 6:  ch 3, dc in same st, *dc in next 4 st, 2 dc in next st* repeat between * * to last 4 st, dc in last 4 st, sl st to top of ch 3.  (72)
  • Round 7:  ch 3, dc in same st, *dc in next 5 st, 2 dc in next st* repeat between * * to last 5 st, dc in last 5 st, sl st to top of ch 3.  (84)
  • Round 8:  ch 3, dc in same st, *dc in next 6 st, 2 dc in next st* repeat between * * to last 6 st, dc in last 6 st, sl st to top of ch 3.  (96)
  • Round 9:  ch 3, dc in same st, *dc in next 7 st, 2 dc in next st* repeat between * * to last 7 st, dc in last 7 st, sl st to top of ch 3.  (108)
  • Round 10:  ch 3, dc in same st, *dc in next 8 st, 2 dc in next st* repeat between * * to last 8 st, dc in last 8 st, sl st to top of ch 3.  (120)

Side of Bag

  • Round 11:  ch 3, working in blo, dc in each st around, sl st to top of ch 3. (120)
  • Round 12:  ch 1, sc in same st, sc in next 2 st, *ch 3, sk 3 st, dc in next st, puff st over dc just made, ch 3, sk 3 st, sc in next 5 st,* repeat between * * to last 2 st, sc in last 2 st, sl st to 1st st.
  • Round 13:  ch 1, sc in same st, sc in next 2 st, *3 sc in ch 3 sp, sc in next st (dc post from previous round), 3 sc in ch 3 sp, sc in next 5 st,* repeat between * * to last 2 st, sc in last 2 st, sl st to 1st st.
  • Round 14:  ch 3, dc in same st, puff st over dc just made, ch 3, sk 3 st, *sc next 5 st, ch 3, sk 3 st, dc in next st, puff st over dc just made, ch 3, sk 3 st,* repeat between * * to end, sl st top of ch 3.
Sea Shells by the Shore Market Bag, free crochet pattern with video tutorial by Nana's Crafty Home for Underground Crafter | tutorial 1
Sea Shells by the Shore Market Bag, free crochet pattern with video tutorial by Nana's Crafty Home for Underground Crafter | tutorial 2
  • Round 15:  ch 1, *sc in next st (dc post from previous round), 3 sc in ch 3 sp, sc in next 5 st, 3 sc in ch 3 sp,* repeat between * * to end, sl st top of 1st st.
  • Round 16 – 37:  repeat rounds 12 – 15, ending on round 13.
  • Round 38:  ch 1, sc in same st and in each st to end, sl st to 1st st. (120)
  • Round 39:  ch 1, sc in same st, sc in next 19 st, ch 40, sk 20 st, sc in next 40 st, ch 40, sk 20 st, sc in next 20 st, sl st top of 1st st.  (80 st + 80 ch)
  • Round 40:  ch 1, sc in same st, sc in next 19 st, sc in next 40 ch, sc in next 40 st, sc in next 40 ch, sc in next 20 st, sl st top of 1st st.  (160)
  • Round 41 – 45:  ch 1, sc in each st around, sl st top of 1st st.  (160)
  • Fasten off.
  • Weave in ends.
© 2019 by Tonya Bush (Nana’s Crafty Home) and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Tonya’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. if you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2019/06/05/crochet-market-bag-tutorial-pattern-sea-shells-by-shore-market-bag-by-nanas-crafty-home/. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

Crochet Flower Purse Pattern: Sunflower Purse by E’Claire Makery

Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | hexagonal sunflower purse on marble background

Have you been searching for the perfect crochet flower purse pattern? I’m so excited to introduce a new guest contributor, Claire from E’Claire Makery, and share her Sunflower Purse pattern with you today. This cute little accessory is perfect for when you don’t want to lug a big bag around.

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation (at no added cost to you) if you make a purchase using these links. Photos in this post are © Claire Goodale/E’Claire Makery and are used with permission.

About E’Claire Makery

Claire Goodale is the owner, designer, and maker behind E’Claire Makery. When she’s not obsessing over yarn and coming up with patterns, you can find her out exploring, baking, watching superhero shows, and enjoying her newly married life with her husband Stephen. As a maker, her goal is to create patterns and tutorials, and share design and business tips to help give crocheters the confidence to create.

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Sunflower Purse

Crochet Pattern by E’Claire Makery

Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | hexagonal sunflower purse on marble background
  • Pattern Difficulty Level: Advanced Beginner
  • Terminology Used: U.S. Terminology
  • Finished Size: 20” (51 cm) long x 7.5” (19 cm) wide

Supplies List

  • Worsted weight yarn in brown, yellow, and blue; I used Red Heart Soft yarn in Lemon (50 yards), Premier Everyday yarn in Coffee (25 yards), Hobby Lobby Soft & Sleek yarn in Periwinkle (50 yards)
  • Size J 6mm crochet hook
  • Yarn Needle
  • Stitch Marker

Gauge (made using single crochet)

  • 15 st x 17 rounds

Abbreviations Used in this Pattern

  • Ch = chain
  • Dc = double crochet
  • Hdc = half double crochet
  • Rnd = round
  • Sc = single crochet
  • Sl st = slip stitch
  • St = stitch
  • Tr = triple crochet
  • *= repeat everything between two *
  • [ ] = stitch count at end of round
LoveCrochet

Front of Purse

  • Starting with brown yarn
  • Rnd 1: sc 6 in magic circle [6]
  • Place st marker at beginning of round from this round onward to mark beginning of round
  • Rnd 2: sc 2 in each sc around [12]
  • Rnd 3: *sc 1, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [18]
  • Rnd 4: *sc 2, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [24]
  • Rnd 5: *sc 3, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [30]
  • Rnd 6 : *sc 4, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [36]
  • Rnd 7: *sc 5, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [42]
  • Switch to yellow yarn
  • Rnd 8 (sc in back loops only): *sc 6, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [48]
  • Rnd 9: *sc 7, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [54]
  • Rnd 10 (sc in back loops only): *sc 8, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [60]
  • Rnd 11: *sc 9, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [66]
  • Rnd 12 (sc in back loops only): *sc 10, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [72]
  • Rnd 13: *sc 11, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [78]
  • Rnd 14 (sc in back loops only): *sc 12, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [84]
  • Switch to blue yarn
  • Rnd 15: *sc 13, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [90]
  • Rnd 16: *sc 14, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [96]
  • Rnd 17: *sc 15, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [102]
  • Fasten off and weave in ends
Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | hexagonal sunflower purse on marble background

Back of Purse

  • Using blue yarn
  • Rnd 1: sc 6 in magic circle [6]
  • Rnd 2: sc 2 in each sc around [12]
  • Rnd 3: *sc 1, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [18]
  • Rnd 4: *sc 2, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [24]
  • Rnd 5: *sc 3, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [30]
  • Rnd 6 : *sc 4, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [36]
  • Rnd 7: *sc 5, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [42]
  • Rnd 8: *sc 6, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [48]
  • Rnd 9: *sc 7, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [54]
  • Rnd 10: *sc 8, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [60]
  • Rnd 11: *sc 9, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [66]
  • Rnd 12: *sc 10, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [72]
  • Rnd 13: *sc 11, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [78]
  • Rnd 14: *sc 12, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [84]
  • Rnd 15: *sc 13, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [90]
  • Rnd 16: *sc 14, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [96]
  • Rnd 17: *sc 15, sc 2 in next sc, repeat from * 5 more times [102]
  • Fasten off, leaving a tail for sewing
Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | hexagonal sunflower purse hanging against plants

Flower Petals

Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | tutorial collage 1
  • Step 1 – Join with sl st to back loop in first back loop row
  • Step 2 – ch 1
  • Step 3 – sc 1 in same st as sl st
Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | tutorial collage 2
  • Step 4 – dc 1 in next back loop
  • Step 5 – tr 2 in next st
  • Step 6 – dc 1 in next st
Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | tutorial collage 3
  • Step 7 – sc 2 in next 2 st
  • Repeat steps 4-7 till you reach the beginning of the rnd again. Fasten off and weave in ends.
  • Repeat this same process on each back loop row.
Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | sewing tutorial photo
  • Assemble purse together by placing front and back pieces right sides together. Sew along edge of purse along the black line indicated in the photo, leaving an opening at the top. Fasten off and weave in ends.

Strap

  • Ch 110, hdc 108 across, fasten off and leave a tail for sewing. Sew to inside of purse.
Free crochet pattern: Sunflower Purse by E'Claire Makery for Underground Crafter | hexagonal sunflower purse on marble background
© 2019 by Claire Goodale (E’Claire Makery) and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Claire’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. if you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2019/05/27/crochet-flower-purse-pattern-sunflower-purse-by-e’claire-makery/. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

Crochet Pattern: Sweet Honeycomb Super Wrap by Stitch in Progress

Free crochet pattern: Sweet Honeycomb Super Wrap in Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran yarn by Stitch in Progress for Underground Crafter | smiling model wearing shawl against tree background

I’m excited to introduce you to a new guest contributor to Underground Crafter. Lisa from Stitch in Progress is here to share a beautiful and colorful crochet shawl pattern with us. Get ready to wrap yourself up in this lovely and lacy rectangular shawl!

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation (at no added cost to you) if you make a purchase using these links. Photos in this post are © Lisa Rollins/Stitch in Progress and are used with permission. Yarn for the sample was generously provided by Paintbox Yarns.

About Stitch in Progress

Lisa Rollins is a crochet designer and shares her patterns and tutorials at Stitch in Progress. She is a former teacher and technology specialist and has found a new love in working with yarn and sharing crochet with the world. Lisa learned to crochet as a child, but gave it up as she grew older. It wasn’t until after having kids that she decided to pick up a hook again and since then, she has been truly “hooked”. She continues to focus on teaching crochet and learning as much as she can about it, too. She believes that there is always something new and that yes, old dogs can learn new tricks! 

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Sweet Honeycomb Super Wrap

Crochet Pattern by Stitch in Progress

Free crochet pattern: Sweet Honeycomb Super Wrap in Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran yarn by Stitch in Progress for Underground Crafter | smiling model wearing shawl against tree background

Hello Underground Crafters! I am so excited to share this super wrap with you!

It really is super…super stylish, super long, and super fun to crochet!

I love, love, love to make patterns that are a repeat of something geometric and this honeycomb trellis stitch is one of my favorites. It is very easy and looks simply stunning when worked with a a stiff cotton yarn or a bulky yarn. The key is to use something sturdy that will hold the stitches wide open.

I used the Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran generously supplied by LoveCrochet and when I saw all those fun summer colors in one pack of 10 balls, I was all in!

At Stitch In Progress, I focus on Learn More, Make More, so I usually provide a tutorial for all the stitches that I learn and use. If you would like to see how this stitch pattern is created, you can check out my honeycomb trellis stitch tutorial post for the honeycomb trellis stitch pattern.

Free crochet pattern: Sweet Honeycomb Super Wrap in Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran yarn by Stitch in Progress for Underground Crafter | honeycomb trellis stitch detail

This wrap is very long, but it can also be resized easily if you want a shorter wrap.

Yarn

Hook

Techniques and Abbreviations: US terms

  • ch – chain
  • sc – single crochet
  • st(s) – stitch(es)
  • tc – treble crochet
  • tch – turning chain

Finished measurement

  • Gauge: 4 inches x 4 inches (10 cm x 10 cm) – 15 sts x 12 rows to create the pattern stitch (blocked)
  • Finished measurements/sizing: Approximately 14.5 x 98 inches (37 cm x 249 cm) when blocked

Tips and Other Ideas

  • If you would like to make this wrap shorter in length, simply use a multiple of 5 sts + 2 to determine your foundation chain.
  • If you would like your wrap to be wider, simply add more repeats of rows 3 – 6.
  • Always end the stitch pattern on a row of sc (row 3 or 6 and then add another row of sc to finish the piece).
Free crochet pattern: Sweet Honeycomb Super Wrap in Paintbox Yarns Cotton Aran yarn by Stitch in Progress for Underground Crafter | model wearing lace shawl shown from behind against tree background

Sweet Honeycomb Super Wrap Written Pattern

  • Ch 302
  • Row 1 – work 1 sc in 2nd ch from hook, 1 sc in every st to end, turn. (301 sts)
  • Row 2 – ch 1, work 1 sc in each of the first 2 sts, *ch 5, skip 2 sts, 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts; repeat from * to the last 4 sts, ch 5, skip 2 sts, work 1 sc into each of the last 2 sts, turn. (60 ch-5 loops, 181 sc)
  • Row 3 – ch 1, 1 sc into first sc, *work 5 sc in the next ch-5 space, skip 1 st, 1 sc into next st, skip 1 st; repeat from * to last st, work 1 st in the last st , turn. (361 sc)
  • Row 4 – ch-6 (counts as tr plus ch 2), skip the first 2 sts, work 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts, *ch 5, skip 3 sc, 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts; repeat from * to last 2 sc, ch 2, 1 tr in last st, turn. (59 ch-5 loops, 180 sc, 2 tr, 2 ch 2 sps)
  • Row 5 – ch 1, 1 sc in first tc, 2 sc in the ch-2 space, skip 1 st, 1 sc in next st, *5 sc in next ch-5 space, skip 1 st, 1 sc in next st, skip 1 st; repeat from *to last ch-2 space, 2 sc in last ch space, 1 sc in 4th st of ch-6 from row below, turn. (361 sc)
  • Row 6 – ch 1, 1 sc in each of the first 2 sts, *ch 5, skip 3 sts, 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts; repeat from * to last 5 sc, ch 5, skip 3 sts, 1 sc in each of the last two sts, turn. (60 ch-5 loops, 181 sc)
  • Row 7 – 45 – repeat rows 3-6 (row 45 is a repeat of row 5, so you will end there)
  • Row 46 – ch 1, work 1 sc in each st across (361 sts)
  • Finish and weave in ends.

I love to see what everyone makes, so please tag me @StitchinProgress and Marie @ucrafter when you share!

© 2019 by Lisa Rollins (Stitch in Progress) and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Lisa’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. if you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2019/05/13/crochet-pattern-sweet-honeycomb-super-wrap-by-stitch-in-progress/. Thanks for supporting indie designers!

Crochet Pattern: Flower Clutch by Thoresby Cottage

Flower Clutch, free crochet pattern by Thoresby Cottage for Underground Crafter - flatlay of clutch with pens

I’m thrilled to share this beautiful crochet flower clutch pattern by Thoresby Cottage today. If you love pretty pastels,, portable projects, or granny squares, then get your hook ready for the Flower Clutch!

This post contains affiliate links. I may receive compensation (at no added cost to you) if you make a purchase using these links. Photos in this post are © Caitie Moore/Thoresby Cottage and are used with permission.

About Thoresby Cottage

Flower Clutch, free crochet pattern by Thoresby Cottage for Underground Crafter - photo of Caitie Moore/Thoresby Cottage

Caitie is the busy mum, designer, and maker behind the blog and online shop Thoresby Cottage. She is based in the vibrant city of Cape Town, South Africa, where she lives with her husband (live-in tech support), toddler (official toy tester), and fur-friend Lily. She draws much of her crochet inspiration from nature and loves creating whimsical and cheerful amigurumi and home décor. She is fuelled by faith and does most of her designing and making armed with a cup of tea.

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Flower Clutch

Crochet Pattern by Thoresby Cottage

Flower Clutch, free crochet pattern by Thoresby Cottage for Underground Crafter - flatlay of clutch with phone

Hi! I’m Caitie from the blog and online store, Thoresby Cottage. I’m so excited to share this pattern with you. I don’t know about you, but a girl can never have too many pouches. Even better is one that is handmade. This little pouch is the perfect size for my phone and some change, which is great when I just need to pop out and I don’t want to take my big mom bag with me.

I love working with cotton and the gorgeous natural colors of Scheepjes Catona are perfect for this floral project (although you can use any yarn you have on hand).

Flower Clutch, free crochet pattern by Thoresby Cottage for Underground Crafter - hands holding clutch

This pouch is made using a repeat motif (small flower square) that is then sewn together to form the pouch. The stitches used fit quite snugly together, which means that you don’t have to line the pouch if you plan to use this for slightly larger things like your phone or wallet. It’s the perfect project to use up all those colorful scraps!

Flower Clutch, free crochet pattern by Thoresby Cottage for Underground Crafter - hands holding clutch

The finished pouch measures 12 cm x 10 cm (5″ x 4″), but you could very easily make your pouch bigger or smaller by simply adjusting the number of motif squares that you use. I think a tiny pouch for small change would be fantastic, and a big beach bag would be gorgeous too! I love seeing all your finished makes, so please tag @thoresbycottage on Instagram, share the picture on Facebook, or send me an email.

Requirements

  • 2.75mm hook
  • Yarn needle
  • 2 x buttons (1 cm/ diameter)
  • Scheepjes Catona in the following colors:
    • 238: Powder Pink
    • 240: Amethyst
    • 393: Charcoal
    • 399: Lilac Mist
    • 402: Silver Green
    • 408: Old Rose
    • 406: Soft Beige
    • 414: Vintage Peach
    • 509: Baby Blue
LoveCrochet

US Terminology

  • Ch – chain
  • ch-sp – chain space
  • Dc – double crochet
  • Popcorn: work 5 dc into the same stitch. Remove your hook from the last dc and insert it, from front to back, into the top of the first dc of the popcorn stitch. Insert the hook into the loop from the last dc and pull it through to make the popcorn stitch puff. Change to the next color by doing a chain st. Moogly has a helpful video tutorial for this stitch here.
  • R – round(s)
  • Sc – single crochet
  • St – stitch
  • Slst – slip stitch

Pattern Notes

Flower Clutch, free crochet pattern by Thoresby Cottage for Underground Crafter - hand holding clutch

Instructions

  • R1. Start with Color A. Into a magic ring; ch 3 (counts as dc), 11 dc. Invisible join or slst to 3rd ch of initial ch 3 to close. Cut yarn and weave in ends (12 dc)
  • R2. Join Color B with a standing dc (or ch 3, counts as first dc of popcorn st) into any st. Continue to *work a popcorn st, ch 1. Repeat from * around. Slst or invisible join into the back of the first popcorn to close the rnd. Cut yarn and weave in ends. (12 popcorns, 12 ch)
  • R3. Join Color C with a standing dc (or ch 3, counts as first dc of popcorn st) into any ch-1-sp. Continue to *work a popcorn st + ch 1, work a popcorn + ch 1 into the next two ch-1-sp, ch 3. Repeat from * around. Slst or invisible join into the first popcorn st to close the round. Cut yarn and weave in ends (12 popcorns, 4 x ch-3-sp)
  • R4. Join Color D with a standing dc (or ch 3, counts as a dc) into any ch-3-sp. Into the same ch-3-space, work another 2 dc, ch 2, 3 dc. Dc into each of the next 6 st (i.e. into the back of the popcorn and into the ch-1-sp). *Into the ch-3-sp [3dc, 2 ch, 3 dc) Dc into each of the next 6 st. Repeat from * around. Invisible join into the initial dc to close the round. Cut yarn and weave in ends (48 dc, 4 x ch-2-sp)
  • Make 12 flower square motifs.
  • Arrange your squares into a 3 x 4 rectangle (i.e., a rectangle that is 3 squares wide and 4 squares long). I like to have the colors fairly random, but you can mix and match as you please. Join the squares together using the invisible join (i.e., whip stitching together  the back loops of the squares you wish to join). You should now have a panel of flower squares. Fold the panel in half, with 6 squares on one side and 6 on the other, wrong sides together and right side facing outwards.
  • With the opening of the pouch pointing upwards /  away from you, join the background yarn color (in this case, green) at the bottom left hand ch-2-sp. Slst in each st (through both layers of squares) to close up the left side. When you reach the top left hand corner, begin to slst across the top of the work, but only through the front layer of stitches. (If you go through both layers you will stitch your pouch closed!). When you reach the ch-2-sp on the far right hand side of the pouch, continue to slst through both layers down the right hand side of the pouch. The basic construction of the pouch is complete, now to add the loops.
  • Flip the pouch over and join the yarn on the top right hand ch-2-sp. Slst across the top of the pouch, until you reach the next ch-2-sp. Ch 14 (check that your buttons will fit through the loop and adjust the chain length accordingly) and slst back into same ch-sp to make the first loop.  Slst right across the top of the next square and into the first ch-2-sp of the last square. Ch 14 and slst back into same ch-sp to make the second loop. Slst to the end of the row, fasten off and weave in any ends.
  • Sew buttons onto the front of the bag.
© 2019 by Caitie Moore (Thoresby Cottage) and published with permission by Underground Crafter. This pattern is for personal use only. You may use the pattern to make unlimited items for yourself, for charity, or to give as gifts. You may sell items you personally make by hand from this pattern. Do not violate Caitie’s copyright by distributing this pattern or the photos in any form, including but not limited to scanning, photocopying, emailing, or posting on a website or internet discussion group. if you want to share the pattern, point your friends to this link: https://undergroundcrafter.com/blog/2019/05/06/crochet-pattern-flower-clutch-by-thoresby-cottage/. Thanks for supporting indie designers!