I honestly didn’t even know how a pattern round up worked before the last summer top round up 🙂 But since then, I’m loving them and can’t wait to bring you another one with this crochet bag round up.
Like I’ve said many times before, crochet bags and purses were my obsession long before I ever made a garment. So it’s fun to get back to my roots while also sharing the patterns of so many talented designers and makers.
This round up is hosted by me, but it is provided by the one and only Marie Segares of Underground crafter fame. If you’re not familiar, she has a literal ton of craft information on her site with everything from knitting to crochet to cricut. Including a few guest posts by me! Be sure to check it out below. Anyway, let’s hear from Marie!
I’m happy to be back on Wan’s blog today! I’m Marie Segares from Underground Crafter and if we haven’t met before, you can find free crochet and knitting patterns, sewing and Cricut tutorials, and all types of crafty inspiration on my blog.
I love crochet bags because you can use them year round. It’s never too hot or too cold to accessorize with a crochet bag! Also, bags are relatively small projects so they are great for trying out new techniques. I’m sharing a roundup of 21 of my favorite free crochet bag patterns including purses, clutches, wristlets, totes, backpacks, market bags, and more! Images are © the respective designers and are used with permission.
21 Free Crochet Bag Patterns
Roundup by Underground Crafter
Mini Crocodile Stitch Bag by KnitcroAddict: This textured bag pattern includes video and photo tutorials.
Sea Shells by The Shore Market Bag by Nana’s Crafty Home: Use a self-striping yarn to make the colorwork on this beautiful bag easy. The pattern includes a video tutorial.
The Belmont Bag by Stitching Together: This simple shoulder bag pattern is crocheted with a variation of the half double crochet stitch.
Fraîche Tote Bag by Sewrella: This simple tote features the thermal stitch and includes a photo tutorial.
Chevron Fold Over Clutch by Ned & Mimi for E’Claire Makery: This tapestry crochet bag can be worn at full length or folded over like a clutch. The pattern includes a lining tutorial.
The Scrapadoodle Clutch by Crafting for Weeks: This wristlet clutch is perfect for using up leftover yarn stash.
The Journey Bag by City Farmhouse Studio: This easy pattern uses self-patterning yarn and unusual construction to make it look much harder to crochet.
Embroidered Phone Purse by Kirsten Holloway Designs: This feminine bag is crocheted using cotton crochet thread.
Holt Bag by Designs by Diligence: This cabled belt bag is perfect for toting your crochet projects.
Bavarian Stitch Pouch by Crochet for You: This textured clutch pattern links to a complete photo tutorial.
Italian Spy Handbag by Linda Dean Crochet: This small handbag is perfect for a day of walking in the city.
Sweet Summer Sunflower Bag by Crochet 365 Knit Too: This motif project makes a great market bag.
Cecilia Bag by Divine Debris for Furls: This lovely tapestry crochet bag is made with single crochet stitches.
Wanderlust Chevron Backpack by A Crocheted Simplicity: This mini backpack uses bold colors to create a dramatic visual impact.
Left Over Yarn Purse by By Katerina: This simple bag is crocheted by holding multiple strands of scrap yarn together. The pattern includes a video tutorial.
Boho Belt Bag by Creations by Courtney: This modern take on a fanny pack is the perfect way to show off a special button.
Coral Chic Plaid Wristlet by The Stitchin’ Mommy: This cute plaid wristlet is a great way to experiment with color.
Hibiscus Tote Bag by Pattern Paradise: This tapestry crochet bag makes a bold statement.
If you’re still looking for more crochet bag inspiration, check out my Crochet Bags Pinterest board.
What a heck of a round up! Thanks again Marie. I totally agree, I love bag design because it’s simple. It doesn’t matter what size you are or what season it is, crochet bags are for everyone all the time. Beautiful!
Big thank you also to all the designers that shared their wonderful patterns with us as well. I’m always so impressed and inspired by you all.
Hope everyone enjoyed, stay tuned for more free patterns and projects coming up. All the best!