If you can crochet a granny square you can make this Granny Square Crochet Bag Pattern
There are five people that live in my house. And three of those people take recurring prescriptions. That’s a lot of time spent picking up medication from the pharmacy.
Managing a recurring prescription medication can be time consuming and inconvenient. But I’ve discovered a way to save time by having those same prescriptions delivered to my door thanks to Phil. And with all that time I’m saving I have more time for crafting!
I even had enough time to crochet a brand new bag. This crochet bag is made out of ten (just 10) granny squares.
I picked 3 different colors for my granny squares, and crocheted them two different ways. Six of the granny squares have a yellow/orange center, then blue, then gray. The other four granny squares have a blue center, then the yellow/orange, and the gray. The six orange centered granny squares remind me of the sun rising over the water. I definitely have beach fever.
With all the extra time I’m saving using Phil I can crochet and plan my dream beach vacation. Plus, Phil is essentially free to the customer: same copay that you’re used to paying and free shipping. And Phil offers me the convenience of door delivery and management (troubleshooting insurance, chasing after doctors and pharmacies). They don’t want me to worry about any of that.
Once I’ve got my granny squares all stitched up I can start assembling them to form my bag. The first step is to make two V’s. This is the main front and back of the bag. I chose to use the six yellow/orange centered granny squares for this part. They are the squares that will be most prominent.
The other 4 granny squares fit along the sides and bottom. One blue centered square on each side and two on the bottom. These squares are all folded and stitched to both the front and back V’s to create the finished Granny Square Crochet Bag.
Once all the squares are stitched together you’ll need to create handles for the bag.
I chained the length that I wanted for my finished handle. Then I slip stitched down one side of the foundation chain, chained one, and slip stitched down the other side of the foundation chain. This makes a really nice handle. Make two handles and then attach them to the bag. I made my handles in the same yellow/orange as the center on the main granny squares. I attached the handles so the orange handle connects to the orange center.
I think this Granny Square Crochet Bag is going to be perfect to accompany me on my next adventure. When I’m planning for our vacations one thing I always have to keep in mind is our prescription refill schedule. With Phil you are able to refill on your own terms by scheduling when your medications arrive. Because Phil works work with community-based independent pharmacies you know you’re working with pharmacies that are highly-rated for their customer service.
For my prescriptions I went to the website and filled out some information. From there Phil contacted my old pharmacy and my insurance and doctor and handled all the paperwork for me. My prescription was delivered to my door with free delivery. And if for some reason I wasn’t 100% satisfied, Phil will gladly transfer me back to my old pharmacy.
Now that I’ve made a Granny Square Crochet Bag Pattern, what will I make next with all of the time I’m going to keep saving with Phil?