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Wobbly Stripes Handbag

By: Jennifer Uribe from
Wobbly Stripes Handbag
Wobbly Stripes Handbag
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"Handbags are the perfect opportunity for stash-busting, and using the Wobbly V-Stitch makes this one fun as well! Using the odds and ends from different projects, this handbag allows you to play with color and patterns. It can be completed in a weekend or on your day off."


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn
  • H hook (5.0 mm)
  • Tapestry needle
  • 3/4 inch or 1 inch diameter button

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When you use multiple color yarn to create the wobbly stripe it stands out much better than in a monochromatic color but it is still petty that way too. What is special about this handbag is the little button that gives it a whole other look when it is fastened. I love this design.

I am constantly finding new crochet techniques when I look through the posting on All Free Crochet. I had not see the wobbly stripe but it reminds me of the treble stitch a little. I like this design in both the solid color but I would use fewer colors in the multiple color version. The flowers are fabulous!

Im not a bag person, but living in a college town, I see many students carrying around similar bags to these. I actually had something like this back in my baby rearing days, and I remember how much it would hold and that wonderfully wide opening at the top. No more diapers and baby gear these days, but either the striped or solid version would be wonderful to cart around my laptop when I go to the coffee shop.

Thank you much for sharing. A new update to a great bag. So excited to get one made! Luv the bag! I have trouble from row 7, not sure which ch space to use in the corners, as there are 3 chain spaces. Is it dc2tog in each op them or does one skip some of them?

My friend just saw this and told me it's the project for her because all of her stitches are wobbly! I told her to get her yarn and come over and I will help her if she needs it. But after checking out the pattern, it's easy enough, even for her!

This is an adorable bag, and great for any age. The flowers really add to the bag, and give it a boho feel. V-stitches always work up quickly, and they will give the bag quite a bit of stretch to it as well. My cousin and her girls would love these.

Thank you for this free pattern, I just love it! And the flowers are GORGEOUS! I particularly like the stripey one because I can use some small left over yarn balls. The only change I am thinking of is to make the straps a bit longer on mine because I prefer them that way.


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