Drawstring Gift Bag

Drawstring Gift Bag

Add some pizzazz to your next gift-giving occasion when you crochet this reusable drawstring gift bag! 

From the blogger: "In celebration of me finally restarting my blog I decided to share with you one of my favourite patterns. This pattern emerged from me tweaking my soap saver pattern and it is now my go-to pattern for any small gifts. It’s a great way to use up yarn scraps and any beads you have laying about! The ideal size for jewellery boxes and small gifts you need to wrap or package for loved ones."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Materials List

  • Use your choice of yarn with a crochet hook in the appropriate size
  • Beads

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I know that the designer is touting this as a reusable drawstring gift bag but there are so many applications for this little bag. However, who wouldn't like to get one of these filled with a gift and then be able to reuse the "wrapper". Great project

Yes, it would make a great gift bag but it will also make a great little purse for my 7 year old grand daughter. She loves when I make things for her. And if I make it in purple or pink she will doubly love it. The pattern is very easy and will make up in no time. That's what makes this a great project. Thank you so much for sharing this for free.

This is a pretty little bag although you really cant put any tiny items in it. I do like the Treble Crochet design around the bottom of the bag as it breaks up what is otherwise a rather plain look. The instructions are clear enough, but there are no photos or video other than one detailing how to work a Magic Circle.

This is a really great idea. I think I will make up a few of these and use them as schaet bags to hang in the closet and place in drawers. I always have some left over yarn from one project or another. This is a good way to use it.

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