Download Free Crochet Bag Patterns

Feb 14, 2013

Popping down the farmer's market for a few fresh vegetables, on your way to a fabulous weekend in the country, or perhaps just headed out to do a bit of shopping? Don't forget your crocheted bag. Our free crochet bag eBook has a crochet purse, tote, messenger bag, case, and market bag for any occasion.

 
 

The newest addition to this collection of free patterns is the Messenger Bag by Julie Armstrong Holetz. I love the circles of color in this funky felted bag. Squares of colors worked on the front of the messenger bag peek through embroidered circles on the front flap. This bag would be great in a variety of colors.

 
 

The Farmer's Market Tote by Judith L. Swartz is a brilliant bag for your next trip to the bakery or farmer's market. The mesh pattern that makes up the body of the bag allows it to compress into a small space until you need it. And at 17" tall, you can bring home plenty of fresh produce.

 
 

Cell phones, ipods, and other mp3 players have become a part of life. The Handy Utility Case by Judith L. Swartz offers a fashionable way to carry your electronics. The single crochet construction of these simple cases, perfect for a beginning crocheter, provides the perfect canvas for cross-stitch embroidery.

 
 

A fan of the classic crochet chevron? Check out the Chevron Shoulder Bag by Grace Talcott. This colorful purse is ideal for stash busting and a beginner introduction to crochet increases and decreases. Three colorful tassels add a dash of fun.

 
 

The roomy Slouchy Purse by Drew Emborsky was inspired by the popular hobo purses. The back loop and front loop only stitches create sophisticated horizontal stripes and stretch while forming the classical slouchy shape of a hobo bag.

 
 

The Larger Than Life Bag by Cecily Keim is big enough to hold everything but the kitchen sink. This show-stopping tote make the perfect weekend bag, beach bag, or project bag-even an in-progress afghan will fit. Colorful motifs create the front and back panels and a fabric lining adds stability to this oversized bag.

 
 

Experiment with needle felting with the Message in a Flower Bag by Jill Wright. This bag spruces up a sturdy felted messenger bag with blue and purple pansies. The bag and strap are worked entirely in half double crochet and then felted to create a dense sturdy fabric.

 

So choose your favorite pattern and add another great crochet bag to your collection. Download Crochet Bags and Purses: 7 Free Crochet Bag Patterns today.

Best wishes,

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on Feb 14, 2013 6:02 PM

Love the ideas, unfortunately cannot get some of the Yarns in the UK.  Can you suggest a supplier in UK for Euroyarns or suggest a different yarn to use for the Farmer's Market Tote.

leftypoac@ wrote
on Feb 23, 2013 8:52 AM

Chocolatefdawn,

While I am in the US, so I don't have a great idea of what you have available, I think you could substitute kitchen cotton yarn. Linen isn't the same as cotton, but when it comes to durability and stitch definition, I think it's very similar. Maybe you could use a rowan dk cotton instead? I've made that bag with a brand we have called "peaches and cream" which is just 100% non-mercerized cotton. It turned out nice. Good luck.

digichic wrote
on Feb 23, 2013 2:43 PM

The link to get the template for the flowers for the "Message in a Flower Bag"  does not work.  I have googled, used the link, searched, cannot find it.  I would really like to make this bag.

digichic wrote
on Feb 23, 2013 2:43 PM

The link to get the template for the flowers for the "Message in a Flower Bag"  does not work.  I have googled, used the link, searched, cannot find it.  I would really like to make this bag.

Toni Rexroat wrote
on Feb 25, 2013 10:15 AM

I will look into why the link in the PDF may not be working. Thank you for the heads up. Here is the link to the template!

www.crochetme.com/.../141382.aspx