Camera Satchel Bag - Free Crochet Pattern


For years now I've been an earnest photographer, always keen to learn new settings, explore nature and enjoy life through a camera lens!

So, if you adore cameras and pretty bags as much as I do, I've got just the crochet project for you!.. However, if you're not exactly a photography buff, why not instead try crocheting my dahlia hexagon bag


What You'll Need
5.00mm (H) Crochet Hook
490yds Worsted Yarn (10ply)
Tapestry Needle
1 Cream Shank Button (0.6" x 0.6")

Finished Size
Bag – 8” x 8” (20cm)
Shoulder Strap - 1.5” x 50” (4cm x 127cm)

Yarn
Drops Paris (3 skeins)– Light Ice Blue
Drops Paris (2 skeins) – Off White
Drops Paris (1 skein) - Black

Gauge
4 rows & 4 stitches in sc  = 1 inch

Stitches & Abbreviations
st(s) – stitch(es)
ch – chain stitch
sl st - slip stitch


Pattern
Click here to Download the "Camera Satchel Bag Pattern"!



Hope you all enjoyed this pattern, perfect for all camera lovers!
If you did crochet this, please post a photo of your creation onto my Facebook Page.
I'd love to see it!
Have a lovely day crocheting,




6 comments:

  1. This is absolutely adorable! Thank you!!!

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  2. This is absolutely adorable! Thank you!!!

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  3. I sent you an email yesterday but maybe you didn't get it. I was wondering where do you buy this yarn...Drop Paris Yarn for the camera satchel bag? It is so cute and thanks for sharing the pattern. Also can you actually have a camera in this bag? I thought it would be cute to take on trips if I can put my camera in it. Thanks and have a great week-end!

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    1. Hello Gail,
      I got my yarn from LoveCrochet. Yes, you could use this bag to hold a camera, but it depends on the size of the camera as well.
      Hope this helps,

      Olivia

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  4. Ah! Awesome giveaway. Both bags look awesome, especially the full-sized one. I love the colours.I'm entering with a tweet too

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  5. Hello, I noticed that in your youtube tutorial for camel sc you have three loops on your hook before pulling through but in your written instructions it describes only two loops before pulling through. Can you please explain which is correct?

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