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a twenty-something kawaii lifestyle blogger, and creator of Mooeyandfriends, based in the United States. On my blog, I share rambles of my daily life, advice, DIY, crochet patterns, stationery-related posts.

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Animal Crossing Item Bag ♥ Crochet Pattern

Animal Crossing Item Bag Crochet Pattern
Welcome back to another Animal Crossing blog post! Check out my previous Animal Crossing post here. There are tons of Animal Crossing crochet patterns out there (check out my previous AC pattern) but I wanted to make something that hadn't been made before so I decided to crochet the famous Animal Crossing item bag.

I'll really satisfied with how it came out. Whenever I'm able to crochet something that looks exactly like what I was trying to crochet I feel really proud of myself! Like, I can't believe I was able to crochet a paper bag! haha

If you don't crochet and would like your own Animal Crossing item bag (or would like to support me) you can order this Animal Crossing starter set I just posted in my shop.

Animal Crossing Item Bag Crochet Pattern
Supplies
- H/5.00 mm crochet hook
- Tan worsted weight yarn
- Slanted tapestry needle
- Scissors
- Brown felt
- No-sew glue

Aberrations
ch(s) - chains
st(s) - stitch(es)
slst - slip stitch
sc - single crochet
flo - front loop only
blo - back loop only
(x_) - repeat (_) amount of times
[x_] - repeat everything inside the [_] times amount of times

Crochet Level
Beginner

Pattern Notes
The pattern is written in US terms

If you have any problems with this pattern feel free to contact me so that I can make corrections to the pattern.

Animal Crossing Lost Item Bag Crochet Pattern
Bottom
With H hook and tan yarn
Row 1: ch 13, sc starting from 2nd st from hook, sc 12 sts. Total = 12 sts
Rows 2-9: ch 1, sc 12 sts. Total = 12 sts
Cut off and leave long ends for sewing

Front/back (make 2)
With H hook and tan yarn, insert your hook on the bottom part of the bag.
Row 1: blo, sc 12 sts. Total = 12 sts
Rows 2-25: ch 1, sc 12 sts. Total = 12 sts
Cut off and leave long ends for sewing

Sides (make 2)
With H hook and tan yarn
Row 1: ch 9, sc starting from 2nd st from hook, sc 8 sts. Total = 8 sts
Rows 2-25: ch 1, sc 8 sts. Total = 8 sts
Cut off and leave long ends for sewing

Assembly
Sew the sides of the bag between the front, back, and bottom part of the bag. Weave-in all the loose ends. To create that "paper bag effect" fold the sides of the bag. 

With brown felt and scissors cut out a raccoon-shaped piece. Glue with no-sew glue and press lightly to secure. Leave to dry.

Animal Crossing Lost Item Bag Crochet Pattern
Feel free to make the bag bigger if you want by adding stitches and rows. I made this bag by trying to imagine the size of the item bag as if I were an Animal Crossing character. If you want the bag to hold heavier things use a sturdy yarn.

Animal Crossing Lost Item Bag Crochet Pattern
Check out all of my free crochet patterns here. If you want to learn how to crochet watch my how-to video here. If you decide to make this pattern post it on Ravelry or tag me @mooeyscrochet. Check out my shop to buy my original crochet items or message me if you would like to commission anything.

Animal Crossing Lost Item Bag Crochet Pattern
Have you preordered Animal Crossing New Horizons yet?

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