At times, you do long to get back to school when you see the children showing off their new backpacks on the way to school in the morning. Well, the excitement is no longer felt now, but you can relive it once again making some chic crochet backpacks that can be used by the kids and you as well, especially if are a regular hiker or camper. Enlisted below are some cool tutorials showing you the details.
It looks like the crocodile stitch pattern is a current favorite among the crochet enthusiasts. So why not follow the trend in making this book bag for the kiddos?
Now getting back to school after a long winter break would be fun for your little one when she goes to school wearing the adorable honey bee backpack.
The piles of leftover yarns that have been accumulating inside the drawer can be put to the best use crocheting a cute and petite backpack for the preschoolers.
Regular backpackers too can pack their essentials in the rucksack and head on for their next adventure trip. It can be crocheted bigger if you are fetching for more space.
The fashion-conscious teens can team the gorgeous crochet backpack with a solid tee and a pair of denim when out on an expedition with friends.
Sling on the crochet rucksack and tote around carrying the daily things without troubling your back.
If you ever thought that the days of flaunting colorful backpacks are over, then just check out the stunning crochet backpack, ideal for the grown-ups.
Pack your kid’s essentials in the comfortable backpack and spend a warm Sunday afternoon at a park nearby with family.
The little ones can leap onto a fun and frolic adventure strapping a cuddly frog backpack .
The bright and colorful Lego-inspired backpack is just what you need for stuffing your child’s lunchbox, notebooks, and pens.
Another unique theme your little daughter may like for packing her school stuff or some mouth-watering desserts for her school picnic.
Make your little princess happy crocheting a girly pink backpack not just for her but also for the adorable doll she plays with daily.
All your personal belongings can go right into the backpack and can be carried around with ease. The same applies to your school goers.
As year after year buying book bags for the children can be quite taxing, penny-wise, you can encourage your crocheting hands to make a backpack that lasts longer without straining the back. And do give a try to other patterns such as the owl, sunflower, turtle, hello kitty, and monkey as the kids would just love them.
Published on April 2nd 2016 by Michelle Anderson