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Free Crochet Patterns for BagsUse these 31 free crochet patterns for bags to make whatever kind of bag you like best, whether that be a wool felt crochet purse, hippie crochet bags, net crochet market bags, or anything else! 

We've got free crochet patterns for bags to take out on the town, green crocheting, backpacks for yourself or the kids, stylish bags, and sturdy totes to take anywhere. These free crochet patterns for bags will suit anyone's needs.




31 Free Crochet Patterns for Bags Table of Contents


If these patterns aren't enough for you, check out these even more Free Crochet Bag Patterns


Out on the Town

Browse this collection of trendy totes and pick the one that matches your outfit the best. These free crochet patterns are all super stylish and will be the perfect accessory for your night on the town.  

  1. Polka Dot Felted Purse
  2. Fringed Purse
  3. Pretty Princess Purse
  4. Tunisian Cable Clutch
  5. Sparkly Chevron Bag NEW!
  6. Crocodile Clutch Purse NEW!


Reusable Giftbag  Fringed Purse  Basic Plarn Tote

Green Crocheting

Resuable bags are great for taking with you to the grocery store or farmer's market. Each one of these free crochet patterns would make an excellent choice. Plarn is a popular choice for crochet bag patterns because it adds an extra element of strength and durability. If you've never made plarn before, you'll need to know how it's done to complete some of the recycled crafts in this collection; learn how to make plarn so you can make them!

  1. Anytime Market Bag
  2. Reusable Giftbag
  3. Basic Plarn Tote
  4. Crocheted Produce Bag
  5. The Cutest Plarn Grocery/Beach Bag
  6. Box-Bottom Tote
  7. Go Green Mesh Tote - NEW!


Crochet Gift Bags and Crochet Gift Ideas can take your crochet bag ideas to the next level. Check it out!

Crochet BackpacksRainbow Dragon Bag

Head back to school in style with any one of these free crochet backpack patterns. Even your kids will love them!  

  1. Crochet Bookbag
  2. Cool Crochet Backpack
  3. American Girl Backpack
  4. Floral Fiesta Backpack
  5. Perfect Crocheted Backpack NEW!
  6. Rainbow Dragon Bag NEW!

Stylish and Trendy Crochet Bags

Save money and skip that shopping spree at the mall this month. These stylish bags are super chic and perfect for trendsetters of all ages.  

  1. Eco-Cotton Blend Crochet Ruffled Bag
  2. Butterfly Bag
  3. Ruffles Purse
  4. Bobble-licious Bag
  5. Fun in the Sun Beach Bag NEW!


Eco-Cotton Blend Crochet Ruffle Bag Bobble-licious Bag Crochet Tote Fun in the Sun Beach Bag

Crochet Totes

These large totes are great for trips to the beach or weekend getaways. They're big enough to store a book, a beach towel, a water bottle, and more.

  1. Crochet Tote
  2. A Beach Mat and Tote Bag
  3. Large Buckle Tote
  4. Granny Squares Pucker Purse
  5. Striped Ombre Tote Bag NEW!


How to Make Crochet Bags

For even more crochet bag patterns, download our free eBook, How to Make Crochet Bags: 11 Fantastic DIY Bags.


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I have been looking for something like the Large Buckle Tote for so long. A bag that would take my kindle, netbook, mobile 'phone and the general daily paraphernalia. I added a zip to mine to make it more secure. Thank you so much for posting this free pattern. Cheers from Jan Downunder

just wondering,,how many stitches were required total to make the Eco Cotton Blend Crochet Ruffled Bag?

I'm excised to get start! Thank You

i am just a beginner but is already loving this site

I love you site, I don't know why I have not found it before, fantastic.

wonderful. Love so many of them


i would love to learn to make one of these bag but im a beginner how hard r they to make i still dont know some of the stiches thats what im still tring to get


i love all the bags .i love crochet.and i hope i can make some of this beutiful bags.

I used tennis balls in a front loader to help at least 3-6 ofthem, good luck

Are you wondering if felting in a front load washing machine is possible? Well, I'm here to tell you..."Yes, it is." It's basically the same as using a top load machine, with a couple of twists. The agitation in a top loader is caused by the back and forth motion of the middle section. The agitation process for felting in a front load washing machine is caused by the rotation of the drum. This rotation causes the project to be dropped from top to bottom of the drum repeatedly as the machine goes through the washing process. Another difference between using a front loader and a top loader for your felting projects is that front loaders usually lock shut during a cycle. This means that you can't stop the wash mid-cycle and open the door to check on your project like you can in a top loader. Some front loaders allow you stop the cycle and drain the water as soon as the wash part is done. You have to be on the spot and catch it before the spin starts, drain the water then remove your piece and rinse it by hand. That may sound daunting, but if you've done your homework and tested your swatch, as I recommend then you should have no problems. Here's what you should do to ensure a good felting experience... Place your finished item in a mesh laundry bag or pillow case which is large enough that your project has room to lay flat and move around. Make certain that all your ends are finished off BEFORE you felt, as once the felting is complete, you'll have a hard time...A. threading your ends through a needle, B. getting your threaded needle through your felted project. Set your washing machine to HOT WASH - COLD RINSE and SMALLEST LOAD SIZE. Use just a little wool friendly detergent such as Woolite or Eucalan (regular detergents contain enzymes which are harmful to wool). Place your felting project into the washer alone. My best results have been when I washed my felting projects by themselves for a larger project or with only one pair of pre-worn jeans added to the load. Set your washer away, and now you're felting in a front load washing machine. At the end of the wash cycle, remove your project and adjust to shape. If you're not yet happy with the way it has felted, then repeat the washing process again. You can wash it as many times as you like until you reach your desired result. I like to felt my items so that I can no longer see any stitch definition, so it's like a totally different fabric from when it was first crocheted. If your machine does not allow you to stop mid-cycle, then you have no choice but to go through the spin cycle too. In this instance I'd suggest that you only use bulky yarn, as allowing some finer yarn projects to spin after felting can cause creasing which cannot be removed. So - felting in a front load washing machine truly is possible, but make sureyou do exactly the same process with your swatch as with your finished item. That includes doing EVERYTHING the same...using the same size hook, same yarn, same cycle and measuring all the way. See my felted crochet page for more information on which measurements to take. So - I hope you enjoy felting in a front load washing machine. Try it - take the plunge.

How do you felt in an automatic front loader? all the patterns assume we are in the USA and have toploading machines, that you can have some control over!!! Thanks Sue

I am trying to find the Yoga Mat and Yoga Mat carrier free patterns. I thought I put it in my favorites :(. HELP PLEASE!

I think this site is so cool. I love to crochet and this is so helpful to see all these pictures. Thanks


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