Crochet Giant Shell Stitch Beach Tote Pattern

How to Crochet - This Crochet Giant Shell Stitch Beach Tote Pattern has a round base of about 15.5″ diameter and the body (including the shoulder straps) is about 25″ tall.

This Crochet Giant Shell Stitch Beach Tote Pattern has a round base of about 15.5″ diameter and the body (including the shoulder straps) is about 25″ tall. It is big enough for your beach trip essential items. Read further to get the list of items to bring along. Summer is officially here and Crochet Giant Shell Stitch Beach Tote would be fabulous to carry around. This one is eye catching and elegant when I first saw it and cannot wait to try myself. With the gorgeous shell stitch design and the scallop edge, makes the beach bag so unique and cast on a character. Get some raffia yarns today and start to crochet both to make them a set for your next sun sunny trip or your beach vacation.

Materials:
Crochet raffia yarns, Raffia With Passion, 3.5 rolls.
Crochet hook 2.5mm
Flat Circle Ring, 4 pcs.
Tools:
Stitch marker
Tapestry needle
Warm iron

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How to Crochet - This Crochet Giant Shell Stitch Beach Tote Pattern has a round base of about 15.5″ diameter and the body (including the shoulder straps) is about 25″ tall.

Written Instructions

This is the perfect Crochet Raffia Beach Hat Pattern. You can wear them to the park, beach, pool, or basically anywhere. Use them at any time when you’re out in the sun & the sun hats will protect your skin & eyes.

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