Yoga Tote Bag : Free Crochet Pattern

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I’m set to start yoga at the beach on the lake in beautiful Trevignano Romano with my stylish new yoga mat tote bag. How inspiring.

My prior excuse of it being too much work to get organized is no longer valid as my new yoga mat carrier holds all: rolled mat, wallet, keys, belt, plus my workout gear.  A bag designed to be as blissful as yoga!

Its easy crochet pattern makes this in an idea for beginners AND an ideal crochet-at-the-beach project.

yoga bag crochet pattern

Bag Size & Dimensions

This bag is going to fit your rolled mat and measures 15 x 30 “ , or 38×76 cm.

Yarn & Crochet Supplies Needed

3 colors of yarn required:

COLOR A: 2 balls, happy orange

COLOR B: 3 balls, lime green

COLOR C: 3 balls, rose petal pink

The pattern uses a worsted-weight 100% wool. For this pattern, we’ve assumed 3 oz. or 85 g, which holds about 158 yd, or 144 m .

Crochet Hook – Size L-11

Large-Eye Blunt Needle, or carpet needle.

Crochet Bag Design Ideas & Suggestions for Variations

This bag is made in three color banners. To jazz it up, add the large crochet flowers.

For pattern variation, try using different colors, thinner stripes, or more complicated: use color blocks that are 1/3 of the width.

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