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The Royal Antler Cable Crochet Bag is made with simple knit look-alike stitches that give it a mock cable appearance. this one is really special because it’s a mimic of the knit antler cable. This has been something that’s been difficult to achieve in crochet, until now.

This mock cable crochet bag is part of the Magical Crochet Stitches Course. And don’t worry, this is nothing tricky!

The Magical Crochet Stitches Course will teach you to:

  • Go Beyond the Split Single Crochet Stitch.
  • Create Mock Knit-Look Cables in Crochet.
  • Confidently Steek Your Fabric & Block.
  • Transform Fabric To New Levels.
  • Strategic & Intentional Increasing & Decreasing.
  • Enjoy Learning On Your Own Time.
Royal Antler Crochet Mock Cable Bag

Other patterns in the Magical Stitches Courses I would recommend if you love the Royal Antler Bag are: All Cabled Up In Sunshine Socks
Happily Ever After Crochet Clutch
Journey Under The Sea Crochet Bag
If The Slipper Fits Crochet Pouf
Swirls On The Water Crochet Bag
Enchanted Crochet Hat

Royal Antler Crochet Mock Cable Bag

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This Royal Antler Crochet Mock Cable Bag pattern is now available for purchase outside the Magical Stitches course on Ravelry & Etsy

Royal Antler Bag Supplies:

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Crochet Hook:

Size J (6mm) Hook


Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends

Ideas for bag handle hardware:

Bamboo Handles
Rattan Woven Bag Handles
Twist Handles


Hue + Me Chunky Wool Bulky
80% Acrylic, 20% Wool, 137 yds/125g
Colorways shown: Salt, Arrowwood, or
(2 balls, 225 yds)

Crochet Yardage:

2 balls, approx 225 yds


blo – back loop only
ch – chain
rnd – round
sc – single crochet
ssc – split single crochet
sl st – slip stitch
st(s) – stitch(es)


9 sts x 10 rows = 4×4 inches in ssc

Skill Level:


Royal Antler Bag Notes:

The Mock Cable Crochet Bag is a crochet mimic of knit stitches, but not tricky! The unique
way of working ssc and blo sc with increases and decreases creates that ‘knit-look’, resulting in
a beautiful fabric without any bulk.

Working in continuous rounds, we will first work up the optional yarn bag handle, then the bag body. Next, working in rows, we will create the base and stitch the two together. Lastly, if using a store-bought handle, it will be added to the bag.

Royal Antler Crochet Mock Cable Bag

Special Stitches:

Split Single Crochet (ssc): also known as the waistcoat stitch. This stitch is worked as single crochet but where the hook is inserted is the only difference. The hook will
be inserted between the ‘V’ of the stitch.

Insert hook between the legs of the stitch (on the back of work the hook should be under the horizontal bar and between the upside-down ‘V’ shape as well), yarn over, pull up a loop to the height of a single crochet, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook. Keep your hands loose and comfortable. If your hands are starting to hurt, then the tension of the stitch is too tight. When entering the stitch, pull up the loop a bit more than you normally would; it will give the ‘V’ more space for the next round and make working the ssc comfortable.

Royal Antler Crochet Mock Cable Bag Introduction:


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