15 Awesome This Year Crochet Bag free Patterns


My dear friends. First of all, welcome. Are you tired of normal bags like many women? Do you want to prefer crochet bags like me?

Then you are in the right place. Today I am sharing with you very cute and colorful bag models for summer. In today’s post, you will see 15 different crochet bag models. Please don’t ask which is your favorite bag :). I like them all so I prepared a beautiful crochet bag series for you from the bags that I like. Please do not hesitate to ask me about the patterns you have in mind.

Hi girl! We are going to knit a beach bag for this summer vacation.

This rather large crochet bag pattern comes with a step-by-step video tutorial for all you love visual learners.

This is my first crochet raffia bag project. This bag is very easy and is made from woolandthegang raffia yarn.

This Christmas beach bag is worked from the bottom up with the easy to make handle, just weave a chain.

I use almost 2 balls to complete this bag with the beautiful stitch called solid shell stitch. Here is my fun summer basic crochet bucket hat made with raffia yarn

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Crochet the French market bag by following this step-by-step tutorial with a free pattern for beginners and more. All the information provided must be sufficient to perform the job.

And make sure you don’t miss out on a free pattern that will help you achieve results easily.

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Today’s Free Yellow Drawstring Backpack crochet pattern is a super simple package that’s easy enough for beginners! It is also simply the cutest. The clean lines and minimalist design make it perfect for any outfit. I’m planning to carry my current crochet project in it, or just use it to store my essentials when I run out the door. See the complete, free pattern below, as well as a helpful image tutorial, or you can also choose to purchase the ad-free printable (including all photos needed for assembly) from my Etsy shop HERE.

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This crochet grocery tote bag pattern is an eco-friendly alternative to plastic bags. You can throw them in the washing machine and reuse them as many times as you want.

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If you’re landing here for the first time, you’ll want to take a look at The Cities Circle Bag Crochet Along for all the details to get you started on the circular crochet bag. The CAL has ended but the pattern is still available!

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To make this pattern, you need to have certain knitting basics: cast on stitches, learn to do the star stitch, decreases and also buttonholes. I learned to sew by making pocket squares, so it’s nothing difficult! Please feel free to give me feedback, I’ve tried to be as clear as possible :). Good knitting!

EQUIPMENT

For the knit pouch:
A 6-7mm ball of Semillia Grosso wool, 100% organic wool :).
A pair of 6mm needles
A wool needle
A button

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This crocheted beach net is definitely a “Must-have” for the summer season! The net can be used for trips to the beach, for shopping, or maybe for storing your yarn? Mix your favorite colors and design your own personal beach net. Enjoy!

Materials:
− Crochet Hook H (5.0mm)
− Rainbow Cotton 8/4.
186 yards(170 meters) 50 grams (1.76 ounces)

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This Patchwork Project Bag uses different geometric shapes to create a cute bag that you can use for anything you like. It makes the perfect crochet project bag to store your current WIPs in.
All crochet geometric shapes are taught via a written and a video tutorial. The written tutorial was part of a past Mystery Crochet Along hosted between myself and Nadia from Yarnutopia.

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I needed something to store my face masks in for work so I designed this caddy where clean masks can be safely stored. On medical advice however you should store any dirty masks in a ziplock bag as the crochet fabric has holes too large and would let germs through. However, hopefully useful for clean masks. I have also received quite a few comments saying this would be great to store sanitary products in your bag, so maybe you can also use it for that purpose!
Basic crochet stitches are used; sc, hdc and dc, suitable for beginners
No sewing

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This bag is worked by knitting a rectangle bottom, knitting back and forth and then picking up the stitches around the base continuing in rounds until the desired length. Finish off your bag by working garter stitch straps to be tied and adjusted to your preferred length.
This was a stash bust project for me so I wanted to work in smaller stripes so that I could use up lots of different ends. You could also work bigger colour blocks or all one colour. Options are unlimited!

Sizes: Keep in mind the bags will stretch with the weight of whatever is inside
Base: approximately 6” x 10” /15 cm × 25 cm
Depth:
Bag 1 (green/blue) approximately 15” / 38 cm
Bag 2 (green/yellow) approximately 10 “ / 25 cm

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I had so much fun with this one. I wanted to design something with various colors and stitches. I used bobbles and star stitches. I love the look it created. I think it has a summery look- you could use any colors to give it a different feel.

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To make this pattern, you need to have certain knitting basics: cast on stitches, stockinette stitch (very easy!), Decreases and also buttonholes. I learned to sew by making pocket squares, so it’s nothing difficult! Please feel free to give me feedback, I’ve tried to be as clear as possible :). Good knitting!

Material:
For the knit pouch:
A 6 mm ball of wool Plassard, Elisabeth range. Here, color 82.
A pair of 6mm needles
A wool needle
A button

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Some time ago my Nan asked me to make her a bag to hang from her walking frame. The bag didn’t need to be large but needed to hold her mobile phone, glasses and possibly a book and needed to be accessible for her. So I got to making something that would fit the bill and she loved it! Nan got at least 12 months use out of that little bag before she was no longer able to use her walking frame.

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What you need:

1 Caron Cotton Cake ball
4mm crochet hook
scissors
mini knit clips or pins (for holding pieces together while you join_
2 x 25mm buttons for the closures
wool needle
miscellaneous buttons or other notions for decoration

Stitches used (US Terms):
Foundation half double crochet
hdc – Half double crochet
sc – single crochet
ch – chain
This short video demonstrates how to do a foundation half double crochet stitch. I use this stitch quite a lot and it is the basis for every element of our Wheelie Good Bag!

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To make this pattern, you need to have certain knitting basics: cast on stitches, know how to knit and purl stitches, decrease and also buttonholes. I learned to sew by making pocket squares, so it’s nothing difficult! Please feel free to give me feedback, I’ve tried to be as clear as possible :). Good knitting!

Material:
For the knit pouch:
A ball of wool 4mm Plassard Merino Yak, color 74
A pair of 4mm needles
A wool needle
A button

For the fabric lining:
A sewing needle
Thread, preferably that matches the color of the pouch
A fabric coupon
1 tape measure

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