Handmade Crochet Bag

Handmade Crochet Bag

"I made this crochet handbag to the same pattern of the ladies fancy bag. In this time I made the flap also, cause of my sister told me to making the flap. I wrote the entire pattern again, and share to you those who want to make the flap crocheting bag. Some people liked very much the flap crochet bags. The flap handbags look beautiful and fancy; I also like very much to crochet the handbags."

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookD/3 or 3.25 mm hook

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

Crochet Gaugew=11inch x L= 8 inch: handle length =22 inches

Finished Sizemedium

Materials List

  • Two colors (orange and skin) worsted yarn 4ply
    Main color skin. And 2nd color orange

  • Handle material and buckle
  • Lining Fabric
  • Crochet needle
  • Crochet Hook 3 mm size
  • Zipper

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I recently sewed a tote using metal hardware. Including metal rings and buckles in a crocheted purse is very nice too. The crocheted purse steps into a higher level of design. The colors Orange and Skin reminds me of a 50/50 ice cream cone. I maybe have given away my age!

What a lovely crocheted bag. After reading the pattern it sounds easy enough to make. I like the way the pattern looks. I only have one question. What does (slst) Sleep stitches mean? I'm thinking it is a miss print and mean slip stitch. Has anyone made this bag yet? I'm going to try and hope it works out.. using a tan or light brown color. I like the buckle idea too. This is a cute little hand bag.. Thank you for this free pattern.

thank you to like the pattern.(slst)sleep stitch mean to close the Round or finish the Row.


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