Welcome to our index of free crochet bag patterns. Find free patterns for crocheting bags, purses and handbags. These enjoyable craft projects are made using a variety of crochet and needlework techniques, including Tunisian crochet and beaded crochet.
You can either browse through our main directory of bag patterns below, or jump to a page featuring specific types of bags.
This lovely tote bag combines several best-loved favorites: crocheted flowers and granny squares. The result is an eye-catching project that is enjoyable to crochet and practical for using. This bag is lined, making it handy for holding just about anything you might want to carry along with you.
This tote bag pattern was designed by Lori Jean Karluk.
This bag combines two popular crochet techniques - Tunisian crochet and beaded crochet. To put the finishing touches on the apple, you also get to enjoy a bit of cross stitch. Tunisian crochet offers a unique surface for working cross stitch designs.
- Tunisian crochet purse pattern
- Free pattern for the beaded crochet apple motif
- Learn how to cross stitch.
This striped crochet bag almost appears woven, but it is definitely crocheted. The bag is made using afghan stitch, otherwise known as Tunisian simple stitch.
This bag has crocheted handles, which means that you do not have to purchase separate purse handles to complete it.
- Learn how to crochet the striped afghan stitch pattern.
- See a close-up photo of the stripes.
- Free pattern for the striped crochet bag
- Learn how to carry yarn up the sides of your work when crocheting stripes.
Carry this roomy market bag just about anywhere; it'll transport your items in style, whether you're off to the grocery store, the shopping mall, a flea market, the library, or the beach.
The market bag and crochet pattern are by Erica Jackofsky.
This is a multicolored purse designed by Cari Clement for Naturally Caron. The link above will take you to the free pattern posted at their website.
This crocheted purse is an intermediate-level pattern with lots of texture. It was designed by Kim Rutledge for the Naturally Caron website. If you like making coordinating sets, there's a matching scarf too.
This lined bag is an intermediate-level crochet project designed by Mary E. Nolfi. The free bag pattern is posted at the Naturally Caron website.
For those of you who gotta lotta stuff to carry around, this is a great big bag that looks like it could be used as either a purse or a tote. This is an intermediate-level project designed by Mary E. Nolfi. The free crochet pattern is posted at the Naturally Caron website.
Linda Permann designed this tote bag for the Caron Yarns website.