St Tropez Beach Bag

Issue: 66, 2015

St Tropez Beach Bag by Heike Gittins (issue 66)

Photography by Leanne Dixon

Roomy enough for all your essentials and inspired by the French Riviera, this bag will become a firm favourite in no time.

● Scheepjeswol Cocktail, 50% cotton/50% acrylic, 50g/125m/136yds
Yarn A: Dark Blue 7688 x 2 balls
Yarn B: Sunshine Yellow 7621 x 1 ball
Yarn C: Light Blue 7803 x 1 ball
Yarn D: Light Yellow 7654 x 1 ball
Yarn E: Turquoise 7804 x 1 ball
● 4mm hook
● Stitch marker
● Yarn needle

You can use any DK weight cotton to achieve a similar effect. Scheepjeswol Cocktail can be difficult to find in the UK, we recommend Phildar Cabotine as a possible alternative.

Height (without strap): 45cm/17¾in.
Circumference: 54cm/21¼in.
Strap Length: 52cm/20½in.

Heike lives a life of colour in the foothills of Snowdonia in Wales. See more of her designs and inspiration at or follow her on Twitter or Instagram @madewithloops .

This pattern is tagged with:

Accessories: Bag

Designer: Heike Gittins

Price: Magazine Only

Yarn Type: DK

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