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Crochet Tote Bag (Mosaic Bricks) Free Pattern

My crochet tote bag is an easy project.  Not only is it a quick make but also perfect for using up your yarn stash (you’ll only need 200g). 

The mosaic pattern gives a retro look so you’ll be right on trend!

Montage of three photos showing 1) crochet tote bag hanging up 2) the inside of the bag 3) the mosaic crochet pattern and the two balls of yarn used

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I’ve used inset mosaic in this free crochet tote bag pattern (if you would like to find out more about the two different mosaic techniques, you might also like this collection of free mosaic patterns).

The inset mosaic technique involves working chain spaces in rows using the first colour.

Trebles (US double) are worked into stitches on the next right side row below in a contrasting colour (this is knows as the Mosaic Treble Stitch (US Mosaic Double Stitch).

Chain spaces remain unworked and are on the wrong side.

Mosaic crochet pattern of rectangles with a blue outline and filled with green
working stitches into the right side row below

The Mosaic Bricks tote bag pattern is repetitive and easy to pick up.

Another plus with this design is the handles. The handles are part of the tote bag (not added separately) which gives added strength. 

If you are looking for an easy project with beautiful results, this crochet tote bag in a retro mosaic design could be the perfect pattern for you.

Bags and shawls hanging on the back of a door showcasing a mosaic crochet tote bag in blue and green

Design Inspiration

When I started crocheting a sample of the mosaic pattern, I wasn’t sure what the finished product would be.  Pillow cover?  Start again with more stitches for a blanket

I’ve been wanting to crochet something for a friend’s birthday (she loves handmade and vintage) and a tote bag fits her lifestyle perfectly.  I had my project!

How the pattern is worked

I’ve written pattern in UK and US Crochet Terms.

  • The bag is worked in two separate panels.
  • The body of the bag is worked in the inset mosaic brick pattern.
  • The handles are worked directly onto the bag by chaining and skipping stitches followed by double crochet (US single crochet).
  • After the 2nd panel has been crocheted, the tote bag is crocheted together (without fastening off).
  • The two panels are joined together with double crochet (US single crochet) on the right side of the work.

This gives a lovely finish to the tote.

mosaic crochet tote bag with red arrows showing where to crochet the seams
crocheting the panels together

Related Crochet Bag Patterns

If you enjoy working with more than one colour you might like to check out the Bramble drawstring bag, Hearts and Stripes tote bag, the Rainbow tote bag and the Checkered Knot bag free patterns.

Granny square bag patterns include the Josephine tote, the easy granny square bag or the Canterbury Edition tote.

If you’re not sure which designs suit your skills, have a browse of this collection of crochet tote bag patterns or these easy granny square bags.

Yarn

I used Emu Classic DK in Navy and Stylecraft Special DK in Bright Green from my yarn stash.

Both yarn brands are soft premium acrylics that offer great value for money and are perfect for accessories.

Gauge is not critical for this project (although you will need to maintain your tension) so using the DK in your stash will keep costs down.

looking inside the crocheted mosaic tote bag
Inside the tote bag

Pattern Notes

  • Chain 1 does not count as a stitch throughout
  • Yarn A – Navy
  • Yarn B – Bright Green
  • Yarn A and B are alternated every two rows 
  • Colour changes take place on the pull through of the last stitch of the 2nd row
  • You will turn your work to start a new row.  You won’t be fastening off at the end of each row but carrying the yarn up the side of your work
  • Make sure this floating yarn isn’t pulled too tightly.  You don’t want the rows to bunch up but to maintain their height
  • Do not fasten off at the end of the 2nd panel as you will continue to crochet seams
  • Weave in ends as you go

Skill Level

Easy

Materials

  • 100g DK (main colour)
  • 100g DK (contrasting colour)
  • 4mm crochet hook
  • Measuring tape
  • Tapestry needle (for weaving in ends)
  • Scissors
mosaic tote bag in green and blue hanging at the bottom of a staircase in a hallway

Stitches and Abbreviations

Special stitches: Treble 3 down (tr3d) / Double 3 down (dc3d)

The mosaic treble stitch (US double crochet) is made three rows below, in the front of the treble below the chains from the missed stitches.

(Chains are made for the missed stitches.  An extra chain is made so that when a treble 3 down stitch is made, there is space.  Example: chain 2 = 1 x treble 3 down)

The images below show 1) a row of chains are made for the missed stitches and 2) treble 3 down to complete the mosaic crochet.

one row of missed stitches in blue as part of the mosaic crochet technique
row of mosaic crochet working trebles three rows below in green
  • Dc – double crochet   /   US single crochet
  • Tr3d – treble crochet three rows down   /   dc3d – double crochet three rows down (see special stitches)
  • St/s – stitch/es
  • Ch – chain
  • Sk – skip
  • Ch-sp – chain space
  • Rep – repeat
  • Cont – continue
  • RS – right side
  • WS – wrong side

Measurements

  • Body of bag : 15 inches / 38 cm (w) X 13.5 inches / 34cm (h)
  • Handles: 11 inches  /  28 cm
holding image to purchase the mosaic crochet tote bag

Related Mosaic Crochet Patterns

If you enjoy mosaic crochet, you might like to browse these patterns:

Crochet Tote Bag Mosaic Bricks

Instructions UK Crochet Terms

Make 2

With Yarn A ch54

Row 1 (RS): dc in 2nd ch from hook, dc across, turn

Row 2: ch1, dc across, turn

Yarn B

Row 3: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk1, * dc x 4, ch2, sk1, * rep across to last st, dc, turn

Row 4: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, * dc x 4, ch2, sk ch-sp, * rep across to last st, dc, turn

Yarn A

Row 5: ch1, dc x 1, *tr3d x 1, ch2, sk1, dc x 3, tr3d x 1, dc x 3, ch2, sk1, *rep across to last 2 sts, tr3d x 1, dc x1, turn

Row 6:  ch1, dc x 2, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 7, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, *rep across to last st, dc, turn

Yarn B

Row 7: ch1, dc x 1, *ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, dc x 5, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk st, dc x 1, turn

Row 8: ch1, dc x 1, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 9: ch1, dc x 1, *tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, ch6, sk 5sts, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, *rep across to last 2 sts, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, turn

Row 10: ch1, dc x 2, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch6, sk 6 ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, *rep across to last st, dc, turn

Yarn B

Row 11: ch1, dc x 1, *ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 5, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk st, dc x 1, turn

Row 12: ch1, dc x 1, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc, turn

Yarn A

Row 13: ch1, dc x 1, *tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, ch6, sk 5sts, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, * rep across to last 2 sts, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, turn

Row 14: ch1, dc x 2, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch6, sk 6 ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, *rep across to last st, dc, turn

Yarn B

Row 15: ch1, dc x 1, *ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 5, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk st, dc x 1, turn

Row 16: ch1, dc x 1, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 17: ch1, dc x 1, *tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, dc x 5, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, *rep across to last 2 sts, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, turn

Row 18: ch1: dc x 2, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 7, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, *rep across to last st, dc, turn

Yarn B

Row 19: ch1, dc x 1, *ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, dc x 3, ch2, sk st, dc x 3, tr3d x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk st, dc x 1, turn

Row 20: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *dc x 4, ch2, sk ch-sp, * rep across to last st, dc, turn

Yarn A

Row 21: ch1, dc x 1, tr3dx1, dc x 3, ch2, st st, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, *dc x 3, tr3d x 1, dc x 3, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, *rep across to last 5 sts, dc x 3, tr3d x1, dc x 1, turn

Row 22: ch1, dc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *dc x 7, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *rep across to last 5 sts, dc x 5, turn

Yarn B

Row 23: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk st, dc x 2, [ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1] twice, *ch2, sk st, dc x 5, [ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, ch2, sk st, dc x 2, ch2, sk st, dc x 1, turn

Row 24: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 2, [ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1] twice, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 5, [ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1] twice, *rep to last 5 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 2, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 25: ch1, dc x 1, tr3d x 1, ch3, sk 2 sts, [tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *tr3d x 1, ch6, sk 5sts, [tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, tr3d x 1, ch3, sk 2 sts, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, turn

Row 26:  ch1, dc x 2, ch3, sk ch-sp, [dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp] twice, *dc x 1, ch6, sk ch-sp, [dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, dc x 1, ch3, sk ch-sp, dc x 2, turn

Yarn B

Row 27: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 2, [ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1] twice, *ch2, sk st, tr3d x 5, [ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1] twice, *rep to last 5 sts, ch2, sk st, tr3d x2, ch2, sk st, dc x 1, turn

Row 28: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk st, dc x 2, [ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1] twice, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 5, [ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 2, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 29: ch1, dc x 1, tr3d x 1, ch3, sk 2 sts, [tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *tr3d x 1, ch6, sk 5 sts, [tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, * rep across to last 5 sts, tr3d x 1, ch3, sk 2 sts, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, turn

Row 30: ch1, dc x 2, ch3, sk ch-sp, [dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp] twice, *dc x 1, ch6, sk ch-sp, [dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, dc x 1, ch3, sk ch-sp, dc x 2, turn

Yarn B

Row 31: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 2, [ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1] twice, *ch2, sk st, tr3d x 5, [ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 2, ch2, sk st, dc x 1, turn

Row 32: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 2, [ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1] twice, *ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 5 [ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1] twice, *rep to last 5 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 2, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 33: ch1, dc x 1, tr3d x 1, dc x 2, [tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *tr3d x 1, dc x 5, [tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, tr3d x 1, dc x 2, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, turn

Row 34: ch1, dc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *dc x 7, ch2, sk ch-sp, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *rep across to last 5 sts, dc x 5, turn

Yarn B

Row 35: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk st, *dc x 3, tr3d x 1, ch2, sk st, tr3d x 1, dc x 3, ch2, sk st, *rep across to last st, dc, turn

Row 36: ch1, dc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *dc x 4, ch2, sk ch-sp, *rep across to last st, dc, turn

Row 37 – 54, rep rows 5 – 22 keeping colour changes = 2 rows Yarn A, 2 rows Yarn B

Row 55: ch1, dc x 5, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, tr3d x 1, *dc x 7, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, tr3d x 1, * rep to last 5 sts, dc x 5, turn

Row 56: ch1, dc across, turn

Row 57: rep row 56

Row 58 (handles): ch1, dc x 18, ch 70, sk next 17 sts, dc x 18, turn

Row 59: ch1, dc x 18, cont to dc in chains from previous row (70), dc x 18, turn

Rows 60 – 62: ch1, dc across, turn

DO NOT FASTEN OFF the second panel

To crochet the seams, place both panels with ws facing inwards.

Continue crocheting in dc, evenly down the side, across the bottom of the tote bag and up the side seam.

Fasten off.

Instructions US Crochet Terms

Make 2

With Yarn A ch54

Row 1 (RS): sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc across, turn

Row 2: ch1, sc across, turn

Yarn B

Row 3: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk1, * sc x 4, ch2, sk1, * rep across to last st, sc, turn

Row 4: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, * sc x 4, ch2, sk ch-sp, * rep across to last st, sc, turn

Yarn A

Row 5: ch1, sc x 1, *dc3d x 1, ch2, sk1, sc x 3, dc3d x 1, sc x 3, ch2, sk1, *rep across to last 2 sts, dc3d x 1, sc x1, turn

Row 6:  ch1, sc x 2, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 7, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, *rep across to last st, sc, turn

Yarn B

Row 7: ch1, sc x 1, *ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, sc x 5, ch2, sk st, dc3d x1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk st, sc x 1, turn

Row 8: ch1, sc x 1, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 9: ch1, sc x 1, *dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, ch6, sk 5sts, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, *rep across to last 2 sts, dc3d x 1, sc x 1, turn

Row 10: ch1, sc x 2, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch6, sk 6 ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, *rep across to last st, sc, turn

Yarn B

Row 11: ch1, sc x 1, *ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 5, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk st, sc x 1, turn

Row 12: ch1, sc x 1, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc, turn

Yarn A

Row 13: ch1, sc x 1, *dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, ch6, sk 5sts, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, * rep across to last 2 sts, dc3d x 1, sc x 1, turn

Row 14: ch1, sc x 2, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch6, sk 6 ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, *rep across to last st, sc, turn

Yarn B

Row 15: ch1, sc x 1, *ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 5, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk st, sc x 1, turn

Row 16: ch1, sc x 1, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 17: ch1, sc x 1, *dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, sc x 5, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, *rep across to last 2 sts, dc3d x 1, sc x 1, turn

Row 18: ch1: sc x 2, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 7, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, *rep across to last st, sc, turn

Yarn B

Row 19: ch1, sc x 1, *ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, sc x 3, ch2, sk st, sc x 3, dc3d x 1, *rep across to last 2 sts, ch2, sk st, sc x 1, turn

Row 20: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *sc x 4, ch2, sk ch-sp, * rep across to last st, sc, turn

Yarn A

Row 21: ch1, sc x 1, dc3dx1, sc x 3, ch2, st st, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, *sc x 3, dc3d x 1, sc x 3, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, *rep across to last 5 sts, sc x 3, dc3d x1, sc x 1, turn

Row 22: ch1, sc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *sc x 7, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *rep across to last 5 sts, sc x 5, turn

Yarn B

Row 23: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk st, sc x 2, [ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1] twice, *ch2, sk st, sc x 5, [ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, ch2, sk st, sc x 2, ch2, sk st, sc x 1, turn

Row 24: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 2, [ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1] twice, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 5, [ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1] twice, *rep to last 5 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 2, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 25: ch1, sc x 1, dc3d x 1, ch3, sk 2 sts, [dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *dc3d x 1, ch6, sk 5sts, [dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, dc3d x 1, ch3, sk 2 sts, dc3d x 1, sc x 1, turn

Row 26:  ch1, sc x 2, ch3, sk ch-sp, [sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp] twice, *sc x 1, ch6, sk ch-sp, [sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, sc x 1, ch3, sk ch-sp, sc x 2, turn

Yarn B

Row 27: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 2, [ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1] twice, *ch2, sk st, dc3d x 5, [ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1] twice, *rep to last 5 sts, ch2, sk st, dc3d x2, ch2, sk st, sc x 1, turn

Row 28: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk st, sc x 2, [ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1] twice, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 5, [ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 2, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 29: ch1, sc x 1, dc3d x 1, ch3, sk 2 sts, [dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *dc3d x 1, ch6, sk 5 sts, [dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, * rep across to last 5 sts, dc3d x 1, ch3, sk 2 sts, dc3d x 1, sc x 1, turn

Row 30: ch1, sc x 2, ch3, sk ch-sp, [sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp] twice, *sc x 1, ch6, sk ch-sp, [sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, sc x 1, ch3, sk ch-sp, sc x 2, turn

Yarn B

Row 31: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 2, [ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1] twice, *ch2, sk st, dc3d x 5, [ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 2, ch2, sk st, sc x 1, turn

Row 32: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 2, [ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1] twice, *ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 5 [ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1] twice, *rep to last 5 sts, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 2, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, turn

Yarn A

Row 33: ch1, sc x 1, dc3d x 1, sc x 2, [dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *dc3d x 1, sc x 5, [dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st] twice, *rep across to last 5 sts, dc3d x 1, sc x 2, tr3d x 1, dc x 1, turn

Row 34: ch1, sc x 5, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *sc x 7, ch2, sk ch-sp, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *rep across to last 5 sts, sc x 5, turn

Yarn B

Row 35: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk st, *sc x 3, dc3d x 1, ch2, sk st, dc3d x 1, sc x 3, ch2, sk st, *rep across to last st, sc, turn

Row 36: ch1, sc x 1, ch2, sk ch-sp, *sc x 4, ch2, sk ch-sp, *rep across to last st, sc, turn

Row 37 – 54, rep rows 5 – 22 keeping colour changes = 2 rows Yarn A, 2 rows Yarn B

Row 55: ch1, sc x 5, dc3d x 1, sc x 1, dc3d x 1, *sc x 7, dc3d x 1, sc x 1, dc3d x 1, * rep to last 5 sts, sc x 5, turn

Row 56: ch1, sc across, turn

Row 57: rep row 56

Row 58 (handles): ch1, sc x 18, ch 70, sk next 17 sts, sc x 18, turn

Row 59: ch1, sc x 18, cont to sc in chains from previous row (70), sc x 18, turn

Row 60 – 62: ch1, sc across, turn.

DO NOT FASTEN OFF the second panel.

To crochet the seams, place both panels with ws facing inwards.

Continue crocheting in sc evenly down the side, across the bottom of the tote bag and up the side seam.

Fasten off.

Happy crocheting!

Copyright Notice

The pattern and photographs of this design are the property of Sharon Goodwin at Jera’s Jamboree.  This pattern and design are subject to copyright and are for personal, non-commercial use only.  You may not share, resell, alter or redistribute this pattern in part or in whole. You may, however, sell any finished items you make.  If you would like to include this pattern in a roundup, you may take one photo and link back to this pattern.

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