Like this bag a lot. I may need to move on, since I don’t think I can improve on it.
This one is all Tunisian crochet and kinda homely, but it worked well on its maiden run (in the 2nd picture it’s loaded and strapped to the back seat of my scooter).
As you can see in the 2nd picture, it’s fairly large. It has a 2.5 gallon (9.45 liter) container of water and other stuff inside.
This one is all Tunisian crochet in the round.
I used my Denise hooks…
and a variety of sizes for the forward hook, to make the rows taller and the fabric thinner at the bag’s mid-height…
I also used a little starter square at the bottom,
then crocheted to its edges to start the in-the-round crochet…
This project turned out well.
This is another market bag, of large size and with an improvement.
I’ve used thin rayon crochet yarn to give it thin, stretchy walls.
The improvement is that I doubled the yarn so that the bottom, top, and loops are made with a thicker, plusher fabric. This worked out well.
Pictures of bag, empty and loaded: