Bags

Find our favorite crochet bag patterns including crochet purses, totes, gift bags and more in this collection. Whether you need to make a simple market tote bag to carry your groceries or you’re after a messenger bag in order to bring some handmade style to your office wardrobe, you’ll find all that and more here!

Find shoulder bags, cute backpacks for kids, and even small bags like clutches and makeup bags here. It’s really easy to crochet bags – if you can work up a granny square, a scarf or a hat, you can work up a variety of crochet bag styles, too!

See how easy it is to customize your own weekender bag for a weekend getaway, or make a precious little makeup bag to keep your purse neat and organized. Before you get too intimidated – yes, it really is easy to add shoulder straps and sew on a zipper, do never fear.


Winslow Tote

Get ready to impress with this must-have tote that’s ideal for all your summer adventures. Strategically placed sc increases and decreases produce concise angles which form this intricate diamond shape that closely resembles woven fabric. A super fluffy polka-dot pom pom accent is easily made using the Clover Pom-Pom Maker.

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Maya Mandala Bag

The Maya Mandala Crochet Bag combines textured stitches and colored lines with subtle accents of glassy beaded yarn to create a one-of-a-kind boho style accessory. Once you’ve finished your bag, use the remaining yarn to make a matching pair of Maya Espadrilles Sandals.

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Maui Market Bag

For long summer days that begin at the farmer’s market and end with a sunset walk on the beach, you’ll reach for your Maui Market Bag. Crocheted in a dip-dye style and made to last in sturdy mercerized cotton yarn, you’ll want one in every color.

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Two-Step Tunisian Bag

Cosmetics, toiletries, works in progress, carry it all in this cute cosmetic bag. Featuring a flat bottom, tapered sides, and zipper closure, this bag makes the ideal accessory, whether you’re on the go or just in need of storage. Tunisian stitches mix seamlessly with traditional crochet to create a unique, basketweave texture. Plus, with a maximum of seven loops on the hook at any time, you don’t even need a Tunisian hook to make it! 

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