Looking for a perfect crochet bag pattern for beginners? I have you covered.
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Crochet bag patterns are slowly becoming a favorite make! They work up super quick and are functional! When I was invited to participate in my friend’s Fall-themed blog hop, I couldn’t say no! I had so many Fall-perfect skeins of yarn that I had to use up. This pattern instantly came to mind and literally flew off my hook! Before I finished making it, I already knew how I wanted to style it! I initially designed this bag for the Eclairemakery Blog last year.
Crochet Bag Pattern for Beginners – Get the Fall-Ready Crossbody Bag on Ravelry
Crochet Bag Pattern for Beginners – Get the Fall-Ready Crossbody Bag on Etsy
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You can get the crochet bag pattern pdf in my Ravelry or Etsy shop! If you are looking for crochet purses and bags tutorials, you are in the right place! This is the perfect project for beginners and you’ll end up with the cutest Fall accessories!
This is great as a crochet little girl purse pattern too since I include the pattern for a small and large size! How cute would these bags be as a mommy and me set?!
This crochet purse pattern is easy enough for beginners and interesting enough for advanced crocheters! I have several Tunisian crochet patterns in my shops but this is the first purse pattern I am releasing! I’ve also included a scrunchie pattern for you to complete the look!
This Tunisian crochet pattern uses Lion Brand Yarn Hometown USA in Napa Valley Pinot and Lion Brand Yarn Woolease Thick and Quick in Wheat. The hook size needed is a US 13 N Tunisian crochet hook with a 12 in. cord. Here’s my favorite set of Denise interchangeable crochet hooks which I used for making this bag! If you’re interested you can check out my full review of this set here.
Crochet bag patterns are so easy and fun to make and give you that perfect handmade accessory that will go with so many outfits! For just TODAY you can get this pattern for free! Just head over to the Eclairemakery blog hop here and find the coupon code then head to the pattern on Ravelry!