Sunday 2 March 2014

Totes for All Reasons ~ Book Review

Totes for All Reasons ~ Book Review

Totes for All Reasons
by Marty Miller
available in eBook and Book format from

A bag for the gym, another for school or work,
and several for trips to the grocery store--there are never too many tote bags!
These seven designs by Marty Miller are easy to make and so nice to have on hand.


Each bag is shown twice, with one made using yarn from a craft store 
and the other with yarn from a specialty shop. 
The pictures are proof that no matter where the yarn comes from, 
the tote will turn out beautifully. 

Each of the designs have their own unique look
and designed for a different use.

Seven totes to crochet (5 in medium weight yarn and 2 in bulky):
Puff Stitch Tote, Granny Square Tote, Trellis Stitch Tote,
Bucket Tote, Beach Tote, One Skein Tote, and Circle Mesh Tote.

The patterns are in easy to read written format.
They are clearly marked with everything you need to know
so that you can easily make your project look as good.

With all the different designs you are bound
to find a design that's useful to you.
The patterns are practical and look good as well.

Luckily the patterns are easy to make because
your friends will be asking you to make one for them.

Practically doesn't have to look bad.
As you can tell from all of these patterns.

eBook and Book format from

I received a copy of the eBook to review.
However all opinions expressed are my own.
Affiliate links are included on the post.
No monies were received in return for this review. 


  1. Who needs a reason for a new tote?! They're both practical and fashionable. This looks like a great resource. Thank you for sharing it, Susan. :)

  2. WOW! Such a wonderful knitted tote handbags displayed above I must say. Though, I like all of them, but if I have to pick one, then definitely I will choose that first one. I like knitted accessories especially the handbags. Recently, I found somewhat similar stuff in handbag at The only difference is that it is in different color and having a large shoulder strap.

  3. Lovely patterns

    Prusca Pitso


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