Conway Bucket Tote
Materials needed Tshirt yarn 12mm crochet hook Large tapestry needle or something to weave in your ends. (I used the largest size Susan Bates finishing needle)
MR - magic ring SS - slip stitch CH - chain DC - double crochet SK - skip
CH 1 does not count as a stitch CH2 counts as a stitch CH3 counts as DC+CH 1
Round 3 should measure 8 1⁄2 inches across Bucket tote stands 10 inches tall (not including handles)
Round 1 - Magic ring, CH 1 then 12 dc into the ring. Pull tight. Join to the first dc with a ss. (12)
Round 2 - Ch 1 and 2 dc in the same stitch and in each stitch around. Join to first dc with a ss. (24)
Round 3 - Ch 1 and 2 dc into the same stitch, dc in next stitch, *2 dc in next stitch, dc in the next* repeat from * around. Join to first dc. with a SS (36)
Round 4 - Ch 1 and dc in the blo in the same stitch and in each stitch around (36)
Round 5 - Ch 3 (counts as a stitch plus a Ch 1) skip 1 dc and dc in the next. *ch 1, sk 1, dc in the next. Repeat from * around. Join to the second ch in the beginning ch 3 with a ss
Rounds 6-10 - ch 3 *dc in the next dc, ch 1. Repeat from * around. Join to the second ch in the beginning ch with a ss.
Round 11 - ch 2, dc in each stitch and ch 1 space around (36)
Round 12 - ch 1, sc in 5, ch 10, sk 9, sc in the next 9, ch 10, sk 9, sc in the last 4. Join to first sc with a ss.
Round 13 - ch 1, sc in 5, 10 sc around the previous round’s ch 10, sc in 9, 10 sc around the previous round’s ch 10, sc in the last 4. Join to first sc with a ss.
Break yarn and weave in all ends.
Fill with anything your heart desires!