5+ Awesome Knitting Crochet Bags Patterns
*** You can purchase a FREE ADS FREE PDF of this pattern on Etsy HERE and on LoveCrochet HERE! This beautifully formatted PDF includes ALL step-by-step images and patterns and has a total of 19 pages including the cover. Lion Brand Yarn has made a convenient kit HERE that includes the pattern and all the necessary 24/7 cotton yarn (4 different shades available) to knit this amazing backpack.
*** The step-by-step tutorial has been divided into 3 parts; Check out the blog posts below for detailed photos and explanations:
We designed the Bijou backpack because we know you have places to go. Sometimes you want your hands free, but bags are getting in the way. Store everything you need in this stylish, fun-sized backpack.
You will be working with the lemon peel stitch to get that nice, tight texture of a sturdy bag. Pick your colors and your button to match each other, and you’re in business.
We can see that this backpack works very well for a trip to the beach, one day walking through a museum, being promoted while you explore a new place. There are no handles or straps to get in the way, so you can go wherever you want to go.
Enjoy sunny days with a stylish new shoulder bag! A fun and easy crochet project, it’s a joy to make and wear.
The bag is a comfortable size and has enough space for much more than is necessary.
The complex tassel not only makes this girl look fun, it can also help to match it more easily in your wardrobe, just choose the yarn colors that suit you best! You can also make several different tassels and change them depending on the outfit, the weather, or the mood.
Crochet Hippie Purse
While I don’t necessarily consider my style “hippie”, I love crochet with a bohemian twist. Last year, I shared the free Urban Gypsy Boho Bag pattern and have been amazing with the hundreds of bags you’ve shared on Instagram. (See some of them here).
In July, you may remember that I made this bag. It’s my own design, made on a whim and I was / am absurdly proud of it. It has received a lot of admiration when I go for a walk with it on my shoulder, and it has proven to be a very practical bag for storing yarn. Very Crochety indeed.
I’ve had countless emails and requests for this pattern, and I’ve actually put it off for a bit. Well, more than a little, since now more than three months have passed. I find the writing patterns so daunting, but I will try my best for you, to share this woolly and baggy goodness with all of you.