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Types of Kanas or Patterns Each mochila is different because of its colors, patterns, and thread tension. Do check out the link below…. I have provided graphs for those who are more of a visual learner. It is well thought out and is a cultural as well as a personal emblem for the Wayuu people. Make another knot at the end to close. It actually reminds me of t-shirt yarn. This Mochila Bag crochet pattern incorporates a tapestry crochet technique that creates a beautiful and interesting design. The bags usually carry indigenous drawings or representations of animals and other objects of their cosmology. Significance of the Kanas or Patterns A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. Traditionally, the women learn to weave from an early age by watching their mothers.

I hope you have enjoyed crocheting this Mochila Bag pattern. Take 12 strands of yarn approx. Although the whole Arhuaco community is involved in production, only Wati Arhuaco women can weave the bags together according to custom. Zizhu, to carry cocoa leaves, 3. Share Tweet Pin shares. Share this pattern! When a man and woman will marry, the future wife weaves two bags, one for her and one for her husband, to symbolize the love of the couple. This row ends with two Cream stitches. You will also carry your yarn throughout the pattern. Be sure to tag me on Instagram with all of your work.

Hi Penny! Note — To avoid an obvious color change when joining, change color on last stitch of the round to complete a better transition when slip stitching. This is a great project if you are looking to expand your crochet skills. The women carry the tutu gawa made of agave. Round 22 is where the color changes take place. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Certain tribes or villages have their own distinct patterns. Have you seen those beautiful mochila bags on Pinterest? Join with ss to first sc. You will also carry your yarn throughout the pattern.

Join with Cream. Make a knot. It is a bulky weight yarn made of cotton and nylon. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Each design identifies families, some of the most important are:. Mochila Crochet — History pic courtesy the internet Ever since I saw these intricately woven bags on the internet especially in crochet groups, I have been intrigued by them. Footer Follow me on:. Notify me of new comments via email.

Each ranchería is named after a plant, animal or geographic place. I have provided graphs for those who are more of a visual learner. Below is a graph showing you what your work will look like. A susu is a backpack typically 20cmcm wide and 35cm high, used to store personal and work items. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Notify me of new posts via email. The women carry the tutu gawa made of agave. The Nordic Cowl

Another one for food storage or travel items. Below is a graph showing you what your work will look like. When you say 2 skeins, do you mean 1 of each color or 2 of each color. Like this: Like Loading Below is a graph to help you. Make a knot. It got me thinking, maybe I could create something like that. I seriously love this pattern.

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You are commenting using your Facebook account. Post to Cancel. Join with a ss to first sc. Make a knot. The Classic Twisted Crochet Earwarmer. Is basically Single crochet, but in a slightly different manner…. Remember, the graph is read from right to left. The Wayuu congregated in rancherias are usually isolated and far from each other to avoid mixing their goat herds. Zizhu, to carry cocoa leaves, 3.

Each design identifies families, some of the most important are:. Join with a ss to first sc. Remember, the graph is read from right to left. Be sure to tag me on Instagram with all of your work. I think this yarn is absolutely perfect for bags, purses, clutches etc. Lay mochila bag flat so seam side is facing you. This row ends with two Cream stitches. Zizhu, to carry cocoa leaves, 3.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Each ranchería is named after a plant, animal or geographic place. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts via email. The good news is there are numerous videos explaining how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work. This is when she is taught to weave, to cook, to bring up children and all the chores that a woman must know. I hope you have enjoyed crocheting this Mochila Bag pattern. Round 22 is where the color changes take place.

Hi Penny! Thanks in advance. This row ends with two Aqua stitches. In the olden times, the Spanish who had invaded South America used these bags as saddle bags to carry the mail on ponies. Each ranchería is named after a plant, animal or geographic place. This row ends with two Cream stitches. On the last stitch change back to Aqua. How long would the strap had to be in inches? Take 12 strands of yarn approx.

I was hoping to make the strap length wise instead of row of 7 sc. It explains how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work. You can also make the Mochila with cotton thread provided it is taken in double strength.. Normally a bag wil take from 20 days to 30 days to make. Your email address will not be published. This is when she is taught to weave, to cook, to bring up children and all the chores that a woman must know. Email required Address never made public. The graph is read from right to left.

Row 2 — Ch. The pattern for this Mochila Bag can be a little tricky if you do not know how to change colors in crochet. This error message is only visible to WordPress admins Error: There is no connected account for the user Feed will not update. Changing Colors — Insert hook into last stitch before color change, yarn over and pull up a loop two loops on hook. The Mochila Bag pattern is actually pretty simple. Thanks in advance. This row ends with two Cream stitches. Zizhu, to carry cocoa leaves, 3.

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They are so gorgeous with all their wonderful patterns and colorwork, I could look at them all day! Name required. Notify me of new posts via email. The Wayuu people are a Matriarchal society and it is the women who weave the Mochila bags. I think this yarn is absolutely perfect for bags, purses, clutches etc. Notify me of new comments via email. This row ends with two Cream stitches. This row ends with two Aqua stitches. The Classic Twisted Crochet Earwarmer.

I think this yarn is absolutely perfect for bags, purses, clutches etc. How the Arahuaca People use the Mochila Arhuaco men traditionally use three bags: 1. This is when she is taught to weave, to cook, to bring up children and all the chores that a woman must know. It explains how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work. Below is a graph to help you. You can also make the Mochila with cotton thread provided it is taken in double strength.. Note — To avoid an obvious color change when joining, change color on last stitch of the round to complete a better transition when slip stitching. It is well thought out and is a cultural as well as a personal emblem for the Wayuu people.

This error message is only visible to WordPress admins Error: There is no connected account for the user Feed will not update. Your email address will not be published. Round 33 is where the next colorwork pattern takes place. It explains how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work. Each ranchería is named after a plant, animal or geographic place. Take three sections, each with 4 strands of yarn and braid the strands. It is a bulky weight yarn made of cotton and nylon. The good news is there are numerous videos explaining how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work.

Originally they were woven with natural fibers from the Arahuaco lands, such as agave and cotton. On the last stitch, change to Cream. Join with Cream. It explains how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work. You are commenting using your Google account. Normally a bag wil take from 20 days to 30 days to make. Row 2 — Ch. Round 33 is where the next colorwork pattern takes place. Row 4 — Ch. It could be her perception of her life or the life around her.

Another one for food storage or travel items. I seriously love this pattern. Row 2 — Ch. Remember, the graph is read from right to left. This error message is only visible to WordPress admins Error: There is no connected account for the user Feed will not update. Zizhu, to carry cocoa leaves, 3. I think this yarn is absolutely perfect for bags, purses, clutches etc. Join with Cream.

The Wayuu people are a Matriarchal society and it is the women who weave the Mochila bags. Join with a ss to first sc. I have provided graphs for those who are more of a visual learner. The women carry the tutu gawa made of agave. Do you also Carry Yarn all the way thru this pattern? Next, being careful not to twist the strap, sew the other end onto the bottom left of the bag right above the last Aqua sc row of the base. Lay mochila bag flat so seam side is facing you. I think this yarn is absolutely perfect for bags, purses, clutches etc.

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This row ends with two Cream stitches. It explains how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work. I seriously love this pattern. Be sure to tag me on Instagram with all of your work. Join with Cream. Normally a bag wil take from 20 days to 30 days to make. There are many styles of mochilas. The only color that should be different is the the loop on your hook. In the olden times, the Spanish who had invaded South America used these bags as saddle bags to carry the mail on ponies.

You will also carry your yarn throughout the pattern. The Wayuu people are a Matriarchal society and it is the women who weave the Mochila bags. Certain tribes or villages have their own distinct patterns. I have provided graphs for those who are more of a visual learner. Row 2 — Ch. This error message is only visible to WordPress admins Error: There is no connected account for the user Feed will not update. Join with a ss. They are so gorgeous with all their wonderful patterns and colorwork, I could look at them all day! Below is a graph showing you what your work will look like. How the Arahuaca People use the Mochila Arhuaco men traditionally use three bags: 1.

It actually reminds me of t-shirt yarn. You are commenting using your Twitter account. When a man and woman will marry, the future wife weaves two bags, one for her and one for her husband, to symbolize the love of the couple. Yarnspirations has numerous colors to choose from as well. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Like this: Like Loading The Wayuu congregated in rancherias are usually isolated and far from each other to avoid mixing their goat herds. Another one for food storage or travel items.

Make a knot. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. This tapestry technique is fascinating and so addictive that I lost no time in googling information about it. Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below, but these are all products I highly recommend. This row ends with two Cream stitches. When a girl first attains puberty she is kept isolated for 6 months or so. Email required Address never made public. Round 22 is where the color changes take place.

Although the whole Arhuaco community is involved in production, only Wati Arhuaco women can weave the bags together according to custom. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Notify me of new posts via email. The colors with which the mochilas are woven are earth tones, ranging from brown and beige to black and gray. Wayuu culture is known for crafts such as bags or mochilas. The Bellevue Cardigan Ever since I saw these intricately woven bags on the internet especially in crochet groups, I have been intrigued by them. I think this yarn is absolutely perfect for bags, purses, clutches etc. The Wayuu people are a Matriarchal society and it is the women who weave the Mochila bags. Take three sections, each with 4 strands of yarn and braid the strands.

Traditionally, the women learn to weave from an early age by watching their mothers. When you say 2 skeins, do you mean 1 of each color or 2 of each color. I seriously love this pattern. Share this pattern! The graph is read from right to left. You are commenting using your Facebook account. New Pattern! How long would the strap had to be in inches? Round 33 is where the next colorwork pattern takes place. This row ends with two Aqua stitches.

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Is basically Single crochet, but in a slightly different manner…. The Bellevue Cardigan A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. Have you seen those beautiful mochila bags on Pinterest? Take three sections, each with 4 strands of yarn and braid the strands. Make a knot. You are commenting using your Facebook account. This row ends with two Aqua stitches. They are so gorgeous with all their wonderful patterns and colorwork, I could look at them all day! It is well thought out and is a cultural as well as a personal emblem for the Wayuu people.

Hi Penny! A susu is a backpack typically 20cmcm wide and 35cm high, used to store personal and work items. This row ends with two Cream stitches. Learn how your comment data is processed. However, there are certain patterns that have recognized names within the community. It got me thinking, maybe I could create something like that. Next, being careful not to twist the strap, sew the other end onto the bottom left of the bag right above the last Aqua sc row of the base. Yarnspirations has numerous colors to choose from as well. Have you seen those beautiful mochila bags on Pinterest? Ever since I saw these intricately woven bags on the internet especially in crochet groups, I have been intrigued by them.

Each mochila is different because of its colors, patterns, and thread tension. New pattern! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. It got me thinking, maybe I could create something like that. Footer Follow me on:. The Nordic Cowl This is when she is taught to weave, to cook, to bring up children and all the chores that a woman must know. Hi Penny! The tutu chakeai and jina kau white, cotton, without drawings are marunsama backpacks or mamu spiritual sage of the arhuaco. This error message is only visible to WordPress admins Error: There is no connected account for the user Feed will not update.

Row 2 — Ch. Make a knot. Yes…it was first woven on looms and was a weaving technique. The Classic Twisted Crochet Earwarmer. However, there are certain patterns that have recognized names within the community. This row ends with two Cream stitches. Share Tweet Pin shares. New Pattern! Remember, the graph is read from right to left.

It has a lot of stretch and is tubular in shape. It actually reminds me of t-shirt yarn. Disclosure: There are some affiliate links below, but these are all products I highly recommend. Take one end of the strap and sew it onto the top right of the bag right below the two rows of Cream. I seriously love this pattern. Mochila Crochet — History pic courtesy the internet Ever since I saw these intricately woven bags on the internet especially in crochet groups, I have been intrigued by them. This is a great project if you are looking to expand your crochet skills. Note — To avoid an obvious color change when joining, change color on last stitch of the round to complete a better transition when slip stitching. My girl Sierra over at Sweet Everly B has a great video demonstrating this method.

In the olden times, the Spanish who had invaded South America used these bags as saddle bags to carry the mail on ponies. Make a knot. Originally they were woven with natural fibers from the Arahuaco lands, such as agave and cotton. You are commenting using your WordPress. Join with ss to first sc. The Nordic Cowl Notify me of new posts by email. I will appreciate your response. It is a bulky weight yarn made of cotton and nylon. However, there are certain patterns that have recognized names within the community.

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Significance of the Kanas or Patterns A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. Each design identifies families, some of the most important are:. You will also carry your yarn throughout the pattern. Each mochila is different because of its colors, patterns, and thread tension. Like this: Like Loading All stitches are crocheted in the Back Loop Only blo. Each ranchería is named after a plant, animal or geographic place. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:. It actually reminds me of t-shirt yarn.

You crochet only in the back loop You first crochet Yarn Over YO then you have two loops on your hook Then you crochet Yarn Under YU …and pull the yarn through both the loops completing the Modified single crochet stitch. They also used a fourth one called masi, to hold their poporo. All stitches are crocheted in the Back Loop Only blo. The Wayuu people are a Matriarchal society and it is the women who weave the Mochila bags. On the last stitch, change to Cream. This tapestry technique is fascinating and so addictive that I lost no time in googling information about it. Join with Cream. Mochila Technique Is basically Single crochet, but in a slightly different manner…. Take three sections, each with 4 strands of yarn and braid the strands.

The Mochila Bag pattern is actually pretty simple. However, there are certain patterns that have recognized names within the community. Do check out the link below…. Each mochila is different because of its colors, patterns, and thread tension. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. When you say 2 skeins, do you mean 1 of each color or 2 of each color. You are commenting using your Facebook account. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! It explains how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work.

How long would the strap had to be in inches? Wayuu culture is known for crafts such as bags or mochilas. This row ends with two Aqua stitches. Each mochila is different because of its colors, patterns, and thread tension. Chige Kwanu, to save personal belongings, 2. The tutu chakeai and jina kau white, cotton, without drawings are marunsama backpacks or mamu spiritual sage of the arhuaco. Round 22 is where the color changes take place. When a girl first attains puberty she is kept isolated for 6 months or so.

Comments Love it! Certain tribes or villages have their own distinct patterns. I would love to see it and share it! Round 22 is where the color changes take place. This error message is only visible to WordPress admins Error: There is no connected account for the user Feed will not update. Thanks in advance. Like this: Like Loading The bags usually carry indigenous drawings or representations of animals and other objects of their cosmology.

Each design identifies families, some of the most important are:. So a Kanas is not an arbitrary design. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! Later as the Spanish conquered South America, the nuns introduced crochet to the Wayuu people, who ingeniously incorporated their magnificent heritage of Kanas patterns into creating these beautiful bags. The colors with which the mochilas are woven are earth tones, ranging from brown and beige to black and gray. Notify me of new posts via email. Take three sections, each with 4 strands of yarn and braid the strands. Below is a graph showing you what your work will look like. Your email address will not be published.

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You can certainly create this pattern just by following along with the written part as well! Note — To avoid an obvious color change when joining, change color on last stitch of the round to complete a better transition when slip stitching. Take one end of the strap and sew it onto the top right of the bag right below the two rows of Cream. Types of Kanas or Patterns Each mochila is different because of its colors, patterns, and thread tension. Post to Cancel. Join with ss to first sc. The Wayuu congregated in rancherias are usually isolated and far from each other to avoid mixing their goat herds. Significance of the Kanas or Patterns A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. So a Kanas is not an arbitrary design.

The women carry the tutu gawa made of agave. To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Cookie Policy. Below is a graph showing you what your work will look like. It has a lot of stretch and is tubular in shape. They also used a fourth one called masi, to hold their poporo. When a girl first attains puberty she is kept isolated for 6 months or so. You can also make the Mochila with cotton thread provided it is taken in double strength.. Remember, the graph is read from right to left.

The Wayuu people are a Matriarchal society and it is the women who weave the Mochila bags. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. New pattern! It got me thinking, maybe I could create something like that. You are commenting using your WordPress. Notify me of new comments via email. However, there are certain patterns that have recognized names within the community. Lay mochila bag flat so seam side is facing you. In the olden times, the Spanish who had invaded South America used these bags as saddle bags to carry the mail on ponies.

I think this yarn is absolutely perfect for bags, purses, clutches etc. Next, instead of yarning over with same color to finish stitch, pick up other color, yarn over and pull through both loops. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. My girl Sierra over at Sweet Everly B has a great video demonstrating this method. By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Like this: Like Loading Round 22 is where the color changes take place. When you say 2 skeins, do you mean 1 of each color or 2 of each color. Zizhu, to carry cocoa leaves, 3.

They are so gorgeous with all their wonderful patterns and colorwork, I could look at them all day! The Wayuu people are a Matriarchal society and it is the women who weave the Mochila bags. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You will need one skein of each color. Characteristic for the fabrics are the decorating patterns inspired by nature and what the culture sees around. The women carry the tutu gawa made of agave. Ever since I saw these intricately woven bags on the internet especially in crochet groups, I have been intrigued by them. Later as the Spanish conquered South America, the nuns introduced crochet to the Wayuu people, who ingeniously incorporated their magnificent heritage of Kanas patterns into creating these beautiful bags. Your email address will not be published. It has a lot of stretch and is tubular in shape.

Take one end of the strap and sew it onto the top right of the bag right below the two rows of Cream. Notify me of new comments via email. This Mochila Bag crochet pattern incorporates a tapestry crochet technique that creates a beautiful and interesting design. Email required Address never made public. Row 2 — Ch. It could be her perception of her life or the life around her. Your email address will not be published. You are commenting using your Twitter account.

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Next, being careful not to twist the strap, sew the other end onto the bottom left of the bag right above the last Aqua sc row of the base. The Wayuu congregated in rancherias are usually isolated and far from each other to avoid mixing their goat herds. Below is a graph showing you what your work will look like. Notify me of new posts by email. When a girl first attains puberty she is kept isolated for 6 months or so. Make another knot at the end to close. Share Tweet Pin shares. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. The Bellevue Cardigan You will also carry your yarn throughout the pattern.

To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: Cookie Policy. You will also carry your yarn throughout the pattern. I have provided graphs for those who are more of a visual learner. It got me thinking, maybe I could create something like that. Share this pattern! Mochila Crochet — History pic courtesy the internet Ever since I saw these intricately woven bags on the internet especially in crochet groups, I have been intrigued by them. Anyone else have like zero time for anything latel. The good news is there are numerous videos explaining how to change colors and how to carry your yarn throughout your work.

It is well thought out and is a cultural as well as a personal emblem for the Wayuu people. Share this pattern! This is when she is taught to weave, to cook, to bring up children and all the chores that a woman must know. The graph is read from right to left. Remember, the graph is read from right to left. Mochila Technique Is basically Single crochet, but in a slightly different manner…. Below is a graph to help you. This is a great project if you are looking to expand your crochet skills. Round 33 is where the next colorwork pattern takes place.

The only color that should be different is the the loop on your hook. A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. Footer Follow me on:. You will also carry your yarn throughout the pattern. Below is a graph showing you what your work will look like. Row 2 — Ch. Lay mochila bag flat so seam side is facing you. Zizhu, to carry cocoa leaves, 3. You can also make the Mochila with cotton thread provided it is taken in double strength..

By continuing to use this website, you agree to their use. Round 33 is where the next colorwork pattern takes place. So a Kanas is not an arbitrary design. Thanks in advance. Significance of the Kanas or Patterns A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. Mochila Technique Is basically Single crochet, but in a slightly different manner…. Be sure to tag me on Instagram with all of your work. I would love to see it and share it! Chige Kwanu, to save personal belongings, 2.

The Wayuu congregated in rancherias are usually isolated and far from each other to avoid mixing their goat herds. It could be her perception of her life or the life around her. How the Arahuaca People use the Mochila Arhuaco men traditionally use three bags: 1. Notify me of new posts via email. The colors with which the mochilas are woven are earth tones, ranging from brown and beige to black and gray. It has a lot of stretch and is tubular in shape. I think this yarn is absolutely perfect for bags, purses, clutches etc. Anyone else have like zero time for anything latel.

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Post to Cancel. A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. Is basically Single crochet, but in a slightly different manner…. It is well thought out and is a cultural as well as a personal emblem for the Wayuu people. The Classic Twisted Crochet Earwarmer. Originally they were woven with natural fibers from the Arahuaco lands, such as agave and cotton. I have provided graphs for those who are more of a visual learner. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. The graph is read from right to left.

Share this pattern! New pattern! Notify me of new posts via email. Note — To avoid an obvious color change when joining, change color on last stitch of the round to complete a better transition when slip stitching. This error message is only visible to WordPress admins Error: There is no connected account for the user Feed will not update. Changing Colors — Insert hook into last stitch before color change, yarn over and pull up a loop two loops on hook. Originally they were woven with natural fibers from the Arahuaco lands, such as agave and cotton. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

Certain tribes or villages have their own distinct patterns. Mochila Technique Is basically Single crochet, but in a slightly different manner…. Note — To avoid an obvious color change when joining, change color on last stitch of the round to complete a better transition when slip stitching. Originally they were woven with natural fibers from the Arahuaco lands, such as agave and cotton. Comments Love it! When a man and woman will marry, the future wife weaves two bags, one for her and one for her husband, to symbolize the love of the couple. I also have a video tutorial that you can view that shows you. I was hoping to make the strap length wise instead of row of 7 sc. When a girl first attains puberty she is kept isolated for 6 months or so.

Many riders and even more ponies carried the mail, but only the mochila made the entire trip. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! You can certainly create this pattern just by following along with the written part as well! Row 2 — Ch. All stitches are crocheted in the Back Loop Only blo. Name required. The pattern for this Mochila Bag can be a little tricky if you do not know how to change colors in crochet. Significance of the Kanas or Patterns A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. Changing Colors — Insert hook into last stitch before color change, yarn over and pull up a loop two loops on hook.

On the last stitch change back to Aqua. Characteristic for the fabrics are the decorating patterns inspired by nature and what the culture sees around. You can also make the Mochila with cotton thread provided it is taken in double strength.. Round 22 is where the color changes take place. Join with a ss. A susu is a backpack typically 20cmcm wide and 35cm high, used to store personal and work items. Post was not sent - check your email addresses! The colors with which the mochilas are woven are earth tones, ranging from brown and beige to black and gray. All stitches are crocheted in the Back Loop Only blo. Yes…it was first woven on looms and was a weaving technique.

New pattern! Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. All stitches are crocheted in the Back Loop Only blo. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Notify me of new posts by email. You will also carry your yarn throughout the pattern. Row 4 — Ch. I hope you have enjoyed crocheting this Mochila Bag pattern. Have you seen those beautiful mochila bags on Pinterest? Like this: Like Loading

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A Kanas or a pattern in Mochila technique signifies many things…usually it pertains to the woman who is weaving the bag. The Mochila Bag pattern is actually pretty simple.

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