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Crochet Purses

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Crochet purses are a great way to show off your hobby and your talent every day. You can make them in your favorite colors, you can make them for the season, and you can make them for little ones who just love to have fancy purses! There are so many options out there, so I have found 7 free crochet patterns for purses to get you started.

Crochet Purses - free crochet pattern round up from Jessie At Home

Here are the names and links of each pattern.

1) Cool Stripes Bag by A Crocheted Simplicity
Here is a nifty crochet bag made with self striping yarn.

2) Stars and Stripes Toddler Purse by Left in Knots
“My 18 month old little girl is at the stage now of “copying”. So I thought it would be fun for her to have a festive purse for the coming holiday! She likes to carry her finger puppets around in her purses, and I have no doubt that this one will be filled with them too.”

3) Chevron Clutch Purse by Nicki’s Homemade Crafts
“I knew I would be going out with my husband soon on a date night and need a new clutch purse. So, I thought a chevron stitch pattern would be perfect for that and that’s how my new pattern the Chevron Clutch Purse was designed in my head.”

4) Easy Crochet Savvy Handbag Tote by Naztazia
“This is a very easy handbag / bag / bolsa / tote /purse pattern mainly because it is simple back and forth rows of single crochet stitches in the back loops only. And you crochet the handles right into the purse!”

5) Glamour Clutch by Pattern Paradise
This cute little clutch will add some sparkle to your get up!

6) Denim Jewel Purse by Jessie At Home
“I’d been thinking of making a granny square style purse for a while now, and everything finally came together to make that happen.”

7) Blue Mist Handbag by The Stitchin’ Mommy
“I am so in love with Paintbox Yarns. I recently received some gorgeous Cotton Aran yarn from LoveKnitting and I was so excited to create something with it. I didn’t want to make a dishcloth because the yarn was just too pretty. So, I decided to make this simple Blue Mist Handbag.”

Don’t forget to check out some of the other great Round Ups that have happened in Blogland recently!

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OR ~ If you would like a pattern and yarn all together in a kit, try this (Click the image to go to the kit):

Dallas Tote Craftsy Crochet Kit

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