Here’s a unique little crochet circle purse design for you guys. It works best with t shirt yarn, which seems to be getting very popular.

No size adjustments necessary for this one. The only hardware you will need is the chain and the zipper. I’ve included affiliate links for the hardware and materials.

I think it’s a cute little design you will enjoy. If you’d like the printable PDF version, it’s available on my Etsy shop here.

Let me know if you enjoyed this tutorial or if you have any questions in the comments or on my social media. Thanks for watching 🙂

Materials

Stitches used &code

  • ch = chain
  • st= stitch(es)
  • sc = single crochet
  • csc = center single crochet *crochet into between the lags of the single crochet stitch in the previous row
  • rep = repeat
  • sp = space

Here’s the video tutorial for this purse

Here’s video tutorial : How to make the lining for circle purse

Notes: We will make two pieces round, both sides identical to be joined together later.

Gauge unblocked: 9 sc x 9 rows = 4″

Measurements:  About 8 inches wide by 8 inches length with a diameter ( 22 inches circumference )

Circle bag pattern

Round 1 : Make a magic ring, 6 sc into ring sp. Total of 6 st

Round 2 : 2 csc into each st around. Total of 12 st

Round 3 : *2 csc, 1 csc*, rep from * to * till the end. Total of 18 st

Round 4 : *1 csc in to each of next 2 st, 2 csc*, rep from * to * till the end. Total of 24 st

Round 5 : *2 csc, 1 csc into each of next 3 st*, rep from * to * till the end Total of 30 st

Round 6 : 1 csc into each of next 2 st, *2 csc, 1 csc into each of next 4 st*, rep from * to * till you have 3 st left, 2 csc, 1 csc , 1 csc. Total of 36 st

Round 7 : 1 csc into each of next 4 st, *2 csc, 1 csc into each of next 5 st*, rep from * to * till you have 2 st left, 2 csc, 1 csc. Total of 42 st

Round 8 : *1 csc into each of next 6 st, 2 csc *, rep from * to * till the end. Total of 48 st

Round 9 – Round 12 : 1 csc into each st around. Total of 48 st

The end of round 12 cut the yarn and weave the end.* just on one piece of the bag. You don’t need to cut the yarn on the other piece because we will use the yarn to join the two sides.

Join the bag together

You can use any method you prefer, I used a flat slip stitch join. You can also use a yarn needle to join the pieces together. I joined 28 stitches together, leaving 20 stitches open for the zipper opening. See the picture below for the flat slip stitch join.

This is how I flat slip stitched the pieces, just follow this process until you have 28 flat slip stitches joined.

Congratulations on your new bag! Thanks for letting me walk you through this cute little crochet circle purse.

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