This round up is “in the bag” crochet bags that is! Stuff your stuff in one (or more) of these. 7 free crochet bag patterns to choose from.
There are so many kinds of bags, and crochet bags are no exception. I wanted to bring you a round up of crochet bags this week and it was so hard to choose from all the options out there! Here is the selection I picked out for you, enjoy!
Here are the names and links of each pattern.
1) Bring Your Own Bag by Tamara Kelly
“A good friend, a cold drink, and a cozy chair – all ingredients for a good time! And if your friends are like my friends, the usual invitation includes a note to BYOB – so I created the Bring Your Own Bag so you can show up in style!”
2) Easy Crochet Casual Friday Handbag by Naztazia
“This Casual Friday Handbag is actually pretty simple to crochet. It consists of just chains and single crochet stitches. It is worked from the bottom up, in one piece. The trick to forming the entire bag occurs at the very last round.”
3) Basketweave Mini Messenger Bag by Underground Crafter
“I’m a big fan of Tunisian crochet, and I especially love using it to make bags. Although Tunisian crochet can be delicate and lacy, it can also make a nice, dense fabric if you use a hook that is the right size. That fabric is perfect if you’re like me and don’t love to sew in lining.”
4) Farmers Market Hexagon Bag AKA The Grand Old Flag Bag by Jessie Rayot
“This market bag has a hexagon base, a mesh side, and a long shoulder strap on top! I have chosen the super simple chain and slip st mesh for the side because it works so well for market bags, and I like the look.”
5) Secret Garden Tote/Market bag by Kirsten Holloway Designs
“The Secret Garden tote (or market bag) is full of delicate textures that are suitable for all kinds of summer activities from browsing at the market to soaking up rays at the beach! This would also make a sweet gift for mom (practical *and* pretty–it’s the best of both worlds!).”
6) Crochet Cutie Carry Purse Pattern by Crochet For You
This Cutie Carry Purse would be great for girls. And perfectly fit to carry your phone and other small goodies when you go out. Many thanks to all crochet lovers, who suggest the name for this purse!
7) Small Mesh Drawstring Bag by Posh Pooch Designs
“I made this bag for me. I needed a bag to carry my Flip Flops, Swim cap, goggles and swim gloves. I can toss my gear in it, then I can toss it in my gym bag.”
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