Tie-Dye Crochet Boho Purse


Tie-Dye Crochet Boho Purse

Tie-Dye Crochet Boho Purse
Tie-Dye Crochet Boho Purse

Get your tie-dye on when you try this fun and funky tie-dye crochet boho purse project! Of course, any worsted weight yarn will work to hook this cute purse, so you can always use yarn that’s already dyed. But if you’re looking for a rainy Saturday afternoon activity for you and your kids, break out the tie-dye kit and you can all craft together! The beauty of tie-dye is that no two projects ever turn out the same, so you’ll be able to create a cacophony of color unique to you and your snazzy personality!


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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

Crochet GaugeBegin making one circle panel. When round 8 is completed you should be about 4″ in diameter.

Finished SizeBag is 9″ in diameter. With strap the total length is 24″, the drop of the strap is 15″ (can be added or reduced). Fringe adds another approximate 7″ to total length.

Materials List

  • One skein of peaches and cream or sugar and cream cotton yarn in the pure white
  • 360 yards worsted weight cotton yarn in your choice of color
  • Tie-dye kit (and required accessories)
  • Scissors, tapestry needle, measuring tape

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I like this a whole lot! It is so retro and so fun to look at! I see bags like this being sold in boardwalk boutiques and souvenier shops and they are not cheap, let's just say that much! I would like to have a chance to try my hand at this tie dye with the bottles. I have seen them at the stores for a while now, but I never had a project that I felt drawn to enough to be able to dig in and give it a try. Thanks for the great tutorial.

This is one impressive project! Instead of using a neon, cake style yarn, this designer gives the crafter detailed instructions on how to actually tie dye the body of the bag. The result is just beautiful, and having done quite a bit of tie dye back in the day, I can attest that the new bottle method is a LOT easier to work with. Wish we had those kits then!


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