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.


Freya Fringed Tote

This fringed tote is sure to make a statement! Swishy fringe detail begs to be touched. The body of the tote is worked in a continuous spiral from an oval base and the sides have alternating “ridge rows” and plain rows. Get ready for compliments whenever you don this creative bag!

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Stonewash Bag

This modern shoulder bag is super versatile and a great year-round accessory. Inspired and pieced together like patchwork jeans, this spacious bag includes leather handles and a magnetic clasp closure, making it a must-have bag for any season.

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Make it Personal Coin Purse

Inspired by Victorian coin purses, but with a modern twist, these key chains work up quickly using simple bead crochet stitches, making them an ideal introduction to the bead crochet technique. With star charms, festive metallic accents and a complete alphabet of monograms to choose from, they would make a thoughtful, personalized gift for her.

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Cardamom Mini Purse

Cardamom Mini Purse

For an autumn evening out, this mini purse is an excellent accessory. Each side of this charming project boasts slightly different colors in post stitches, giving it an eclectic fall flavor. Using wool yarn, the textured stitches blend beautifully once felted.

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