Crochet Pattern: Eagle Pose Yoga Mat

This yoga mat bag crochet pattern was created out of a genuine need.   I needed something to carry my yoga mat!

Using 100% cotton makes this a very sturdy yoga mat bag that keeps it shapes.  I designed this yoga mat bag crochet pattern with minimal ends to weave and minimal sewing.

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Yoga Mat Bag Crochet Pattern Sizes:
One Size – Will fit a standard size yoga mat (23″x67″).

Difficulty Level:
Level 4

Materials:

Yarn: Cotton
Weight: 4
Yards: 360-400 yards
Hook: 5.00mm
Tapestry Needles



Stitches Used:

sl st = slip stitch

ch = Chain

sc = Single Crochet

hdc = Half Double Crochet

dc = Double Crochet

tr = Treble Crochet

Finished Sizes:

One Size – Will fit a standard yoga mat 24 inches wide and 68 inches long

Begin Eagle Pose Yoga Bag

Finished this pattern will make a yoga mat bag that will fit any standard yoga mat. The pattern is worked in rounds, with turns after each finished round.  Each round begins with a ch 1 but does not count towards the total stitch count.

Magic circle

Round 1: Make 9 dc in the ring. ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn. = 9 stitches

Round 2: Make 2 dc in each stitch of the previous row.  ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn.  = 18 stitches



Round 3: *Make 2 dc in stitch, make 1 dc in next stitch,* repeat until end. ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn.  = 27 stitches

Round 4:  *Make 2 dc in stitch, make 1 dc in next stitch, make 1 dc in next stitch* repeat until end.  ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn.  = 36 stitches



Round 5: *Make 2 dc in stitch, make 1 dc in the next three stitches* repeat until end.  ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn. = 45 stitches

Round 6 – 10:  hdc in each stitch.  ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn. = 45 stitches



Round 11:  *Skip 2 stitches, tr in the 3rd stitch, chain 1, tr in first skipped stitch, *, repeat until you have 15 sets of (tr, ch1, tr). ch 1 (does not count as as stitch), turn.  = 45 stitches

Round 12: *hdc in 1st stitch, hdc around the ch 1 space of the previous row, hdc in next stitch, * repeat until the end.  ch 1 (does not count as as stitch), turn.  = 45 stitches

Round 13:  *Skip 2 stitches, tr in the 3rd stitch, ch 1, tr in first skipped stitch, *, repeat until you have 15 sets of (tr, ch1, tr). ch 1 (does not count as as stitch), turn.  = 45 stitches

Round 14: *hdc in 1st stitch, hdc around the ch 1 space of the previous row, hdc in next stitch, * repeat until the end.  ch 1 (does not count as as stitch), turn.  = 45 stitches

Round 15-18:  hdc in each stitch.  ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn. = 45 stitches

Repeat Round 11-18 five more times ending with rows of hdc.  Fasten off.  Weave all ends.



NOTE:  If your yoga mat is wider than 24”, then repeat Rounds 11-18 a total of 6 more times.

Begin Eagle Pose Yoga Bag Strap

Leave a long 12” tail.

Chain 12

Row 1: hdc in 3rd stitch from the hook.  ch 1 (does not count as a stitch), turn. = 11 stitches

Repeat Row 1 until your strap measures 22-23” long.  Do not fasten off.

Ch 1, *make 1 sc in each row until the corner.  On each corner make 1 sc, ch1, 1 sc in the corner stitch*, repeat along the 3 remaining strap sides.  sl st to the first ch1 stitch.  Leave another long 12” tail.  Fasten off.

Using the long 12” tails and a tapestry needle, sew the strap to the bag.  Make sure the strap is on very securely before weaving in the remaining end.



Eagle Pose Yoga Mat Bags on sale at the yoga studio I frequent.
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