C2C Geo Crochet Bag Pattern

New pattern release!!! Yay! I’ve been working on this one for a while and I wanted to make sure it was perfect. I wish I could make loads of these crochet bags, I love them. Can you tell that I’m a lover of the corner to corner stitch?! I don’t think I’ll ever get it out of my system, there are just so many things you can do with it.

I had a vision of making black and white geometric patterns, somehow I just couldnโ€™t bring myself to go monochrome so ended up trialling lots of colourful designs instead! I couldnโ€™t stop at one design either. This pattern contains three different designs for the main body of the bag and two different strap designs.

The basic C2C pattern is written and there are comprehensive instructions and photographs for construction, including how to add a lining and magnetic clasp. I hope you love it as much as I do. I’ve added it to my collection of Ravelry designs here.

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14 thoughts on “C2C Geo Crochet Bag Pattern

  1. Lovely Rosina, just listened to the podcast. My 7 year old was very impressed with my friend on the telly ๐Ÿ˜‰

    I tried c2c a long time ago, remember that cal that was out . I might try n dig it out never finished it !!


  2. Aha! I’ve been curious about these little lovelies since I first spotted them in an earlier post somewhere! They’re so cool – and it’s really clever how you’ve reinforced the strap on the reverse, too. Thanks for sharing! ๐Ÿ˜€


    1. Hi Hannah,
      I wouldn’t be happy if you were making large quantities to sell commercially. But if you want to make a small number of bags for something like a local Christmas fete then I don’t mind but please label each item as being designed by Zeens and Roger.
      Thank you.


      1. Thank you for your response!
        Actually I was thinking of exactly that! The Christmas Craft Fair is a big deal around these parts and I thought these would sell very nicely! I would definitely give you credit!

        Wow that’s a lot of exclamation points.
        Thanks again,

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