Differing Diamonds

This bag is so beautiful, it’s hard to believe you could make one just like it. But you can 🙂

Here’s the graph for you all! Note that in the picture above, not all the diamonds are exactly the same. To mimic that, I made two different variations of the diamond, which alternate between rows. It adds just a little extra visual appeal.

differing diamonds pattern(Click on image to see larger version.)

**An important note: this pattern uses the modified single crochet stitch, not the regular single crochet. Click here for a tutorial on how to do the modified single crochet.**

I haven’t given this pattern a try yet, but when I do, I’ll keep you all updated on the All Tapestry Crochet Facebook page. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the comment section below. And if you’re new to tapestry crochet, check out the part of this website called The Basics, where you can find tutorials to help you get started. Happy crocheting!

Rebecca Medina

Rebecca Medina

Hello there, I'm Rebecca! I love creating beautiful things from nothing, which is why I love crocheting. I especially love the tapestry method.. but as I've been picking it up, I've noticed that it's completely underrated! I made this site to spread the word about the greatness of tapestry crochet. I hope that my passion becomes yours and that you create something beautiful today 🙂
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5 thoughts on “Differing Diamonds

    • Rebecca Medina says:

      Hi Lauren! Unfortunately, I found this bag on Pinterest and it only showed this angle of it, so I couldn’t graph out the base or be sure of how many times the main pattern repeats. Until I have time to give it a try myself, I’d have to guess on the exact details on the pattern. I have a pretty good guess though that the base probably has 180 stitches in the last round and that the main pattern repeats 6 times (in other words, 6 diamonds around the bag). If you were to do a base using the general pattern that I use in my videos on YouTube, you would have to do 22 rounds with an extra 4 increase in the last round to get 180 stitches. I hope that makes sense. If you have questions about anything I just said, please feel free to ask. I know sometimes when I try to explain things I can actually create more confusion 😛

  1. Janel says:

    Hi there. I would like to make this. what are your thoughts on doing it in a circle, square, or oblong base? how would the pattern look? or would this only look good one the base is done and your working the sides?

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