Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern - The Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern looks intricate, but it's much easier than it looks!
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Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern

August 26, 2020

The Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern looks intricate, but it’s much easier than it looks!

Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern - The Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern looks intricate, but it's much easier than it looks!

Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern - The Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern looks intricate, but it's much easier than it looks!

For this bag, I used Lily’s Sugar ‘n Cream cotton yarn. Because crocheted market bags have a tendency to stretch, I wanted to use a strong cotton. This yarn does the job! Any cotton yarn would work. This bag could also be lined to make it sturdier.

Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern - The Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern looks intricate, but it's much easier than it looks!

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Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern - The Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern looks intricate, but it's much easier than it looks!
Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern - The Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern looks intricate, but it's much easier than it looks!

Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern

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Materials
3 skeins Lily Sugar ‘n Cream in Overcast (any worsted weight cotton)
4.5 mm hook
yarn needle
scissors

Level
intermediate

Pattern notes & Stitches to Know
magic circle
ch – chain
dc – double crochet
sc – single crochet

· Written in US terms

· ch 3 counts as dc

· ch 1 does not count as sc

· The pattern is made as one entire piece starting at the bottom with joined rounds

LATTICE MARKET BAG CROCHET PATTERN

make a magic circle

Round 1: ch 3, 11 dc in circle, pull circle closed tight, join to first ch 3 with sl st (12 dc)

Round 2: ch 3, dc in same stitch, 2 dc in each stitch around, join to first ch 3 with sl st (24 dc)

Round 3: ch 3, 2 dc in next, *dc, 2 dc in next* repeat from * to * around, join to first ch 3 with sl st (36 dc)

Round 4: ch 3, dc in next, 2 dc in next, *dc in 2 stitches, 2 dc in next* repeat from * to * around, join to first ch 3 with sl st (48 dc)

Round 5: ch 3, dc in next 2, 2 dc in next, *dc in 3 stitches, 2 dc in next* repeat from * to * around, join to first ch 3 with sl st (60 dc)

Round 6: ch 3, dc in next 3, 2 dc in next, *dc in 4 stitches, 2 dc in next* repeat from * to * around, join to first ch 3 with sl st (72 dc)

Round 7: ch 3, dc in next 4, 2 dc in next, *dc in 5 stitches, 2 dc in next* repeat from * to * around, join to first ch 3 with sl st (84 dc)

Round 8: ch 3, dc in next 5, 2 dc in next, *dc in 6 stitches, 2 dc in next* repeat from * to * around, join to first dc with sl st (96 dc)

Round 9: ch 3, dc in next 6, 2 dc in next, *dc in 7 stitches, 2 dc in next* repeat from * to * around, join to first dc with sl st (108 dc)

Round 10: ch 3, 2 dc in same stitch, ch 2, skip 3 stitches, sc in next, ch 5, skip 3 stitches, sc in next, ch 2, *skip 3 stitches, 5 dc in next, ch 2, skip 3 stitches, sc in next, ch 5, skip 3 stitches, sc in next, ch 2* repeat from * to * around, to last 3 stitches, skip 2 stitches, 2 dc in last, join to first ch 3 with sl st

Round 11: ch 4 (counts as dc + ch 1), dc in next, ch 1, dc in next, ch 2, sc in ch 5 space, ch 2, *(dc in next dc, ch 1) four times, dc in next, ch 2, sc in ch 5 space, ch 2* repeat from * to * around, to last 2 stitches, (dc in next dc, ch 1) twice, join to first ch 3 with sl st

Round 12: ch 5 (counts as dc + ch 2), dc in next, ch 2, dc in next, *(dc in next dc, ch 2) four times, dc in next* repeat from * to * around to last 2 dc, (dc in next dc, ch 2) twice, join to first ch 3 with sl st

Round 13: ch 3, 2 dc in ch 2 space, dc in dc, 2 dc in ch 2 space, dc between next 2 dc, *(2 dc in next ch 2 space, dc in dc) three times, 2 dc in next ch 2 space, dc in between next 2 dc* repeat from * to * around, to last 2 dc, 2 dc in ch 2 space, dc in dc, 2 dc in ch 2 space, join to first ch 3 with sl st

Round 14 – 25: repeat rounds 10 – 13 three more times

Round 26 – 27: ch 3, dc in each stitch around, join to first ch 3 with sl st (108 dc)

STRAP

Row 1: ch 1, sc in 8 stitches (8 sc)

Row 2 – 61: ch 1, turn, sc in each stitch across (8 sc)

Fasten off. Leave a long end for sewing.

Sew the last row of the strap to the opposite side of the bag from where the strap started (46 stitches from row 1 of the strap).

Sew with a whip stitch using the long end.

Weave in all the ends.

And you’re done with this pretty bag! I hope you love it!

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Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern - The Lattice Market Bag Crochet Pattern looks intricate, but it's much easier than it looks!

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  1. Hi I’m working the market bag is it 108 stitches in each round ? I seem to be getting bigger and bigger each round I’m confused

  2. Hi! I am working on this but am confused on round 11. After I do the dc chain 2, I am supposed to the chain 5 space and then the next part seems confusing as I have a single crochet there and another chain 5. Am I skipping stitches here? Any advice would prefer appreciated. Thanks.

    1. When is the bag supposed to start curbing? I’m on row 14 and it looks like a big frisbee. What am I doing wrong?

      1. Hi! It might take a few more rounds 🙂 The beginning circle is pretty big, so it will take a bit before it tightens up

        1. It’s still a frisbee, and I’m on round 18…is that right? What round should it start curling into a basket?

        2. I think I’m doing something wrong, I’m on round 18, and it’s still flat…is that right? What round should it start curling into a basket? I’ve already taken it apart and put it back together.

  3. I’m having a lot of issues with this pattern… On row 13, I ended up with a count of 138 dc. Pretty sure it was supposed to be 108. The way the pattern is written, I get really lost with whether I’m supposed to skip something or include it. Like when it says to “*(2 dc in next ch 2 space, dc in dc) three times, 2 dc in next ch 2 space, dc in between next 2 dc*” on row 13, that means you would be repeating before you get to the end of the repeat from the last round. Unless I misunderstood it even more… I am not a beginner crocheter and have made pretty complicated pieces… Something about this one I just can’t get right at all.

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