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Sea Glass Crochet Bag

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This Sea Glass Crochet Bag is the perfect size for running quick errands around town. This free crochet pattern begins with the magic circle and is completed by joining together a number of crocheted granny squares. Feel free to use any method you are comfortable with when joining the granny squares. Lining this crocheted bag is optional, based on how often you think you'll be using this particular crochet purse. The handles are sewn on at the end.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(3) Light/DK (21-24 stitches to 4 inches)

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Where did you get the handles?

Hi Winterworld, unfortunately the designer did not share any information on where to find the handles. However, I would recommend searching for "faux leather purse handles" or something similar on Etsy or a craft supply website. I'm sorry we do not have the answer for your question, but hope this helps a bit. - Laura, editor of AllFreeCrochet

Summer is fast approaching and this would be a cute little bag to bring along to the beach. Our family gathers at the beach at least once a year and we take the kids to the water and have boat rides but one night before we all go back home we adults have a night out. This would be the perfect bag for that.

This sea glass crochet bag is really very pretty. I see that it is a motif project and I really enjoy making that type of project. There was no tip on where to purchase the handles. I guess I will have to cruise the aisles of the hobby store or even make my own crochet handles. I love that the circles turned into squares before joining them.

Wow. This Sea Glass Crochet Bag is so stylish. Starting from the shape of the bag, the handle and the colors used, the style speaks of good taste and class. The colors used have been wisely distributed throughout the bag which completed the fashionista appeal. Cheers!

First of all, let me say I am blown away at the beauty of this sea glass crochet bag. It is almost like it was made for me and only me! It speaks to me. It is telling me to get to the store and buy my yarn. As far as perhaps an alternative handle option hmm, maybe a nautical cotton rope handle? You know, those really thick white ropes? But then I am stuck as to how to attach them. However, I LOVE this bag!

Awesome colors on this bag, but Im not a big fan of the handles. Not sure if its the color or the look of the handles, but it just doesnt complement this bag. I completely agree with the cotton yarn which is so easy to work with and is so versatile. Any chance that you will update your pattern to include directions on how to line the bag?

Great bag! This looks simple to make because it's basically grannie squares sewn into a bag shape. I love that variegated color used in this bag. The design looks sturdy and shouldn't stretch too much. I don't have purse handles though so I think would try to crochet some instead.

Love the colors in this beautiful bag...what is the name of the yarn used? Thank you! )

Wooboo, according to the pattern, it looks like she used DK weight yarn. Any name/brand yarn that is DK weight and is a cotton and acrylic blend will work with this pattern. DK weight yarn is a 3 in the standard yarn weight system. There are many of these yarns on the market. Google DK weight yarn to find out who sells it near you.


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