Crochet this modern day Regency-inspired drawstring bag using the lovely shell stitch! This elegant and romantic bag is quick to work up and can be worn cross body. Make one for yourself and your little ones so you can match!
Earlier this summer I got to spend some time in the southwest of the US, and that trip inspired the Capulin Cross Body Bag! The Capulin Cross Body Bag is made using the tapestry technique - you crochet over the unused yarn, and then switch colors (repeatedly) over the course of each round, creating images and shapes! A video tutorial is included for all the techniques used in this pattern. I hope you enjoy it!
This Cross Body Bag is made up of using the waistcoat (or knit) stitch and creates a super simple texture that you will love. And the fact that it's made with super bulky yarn means incredibly fast work-up.
It's the perfect cross-body purse and pairing it with beautiful suede leather and antique brass notions? It will possibly be your favorite combo!
This Cute Cross Body Bag is slowly replacing all of my other bags. I'm serious. Since I crocheted this bag, I've been taking it everywhere. It's the perfect size for all of my essentials, and it's far more convenient to carry than my larger totes and bags. If you're looking for a classy crossbody bag that's simple to make and that you can use for just about anything, then this is the perfect pattern for you.
I've been wanting to try cross stitching on crocheted fabric for a while now. I also thought that maybe you did too so I designed a small project for us to try it out on, a cross stitch make-up bag. This small zippered pouch is perfect for many different uses, but I plan to use it as my new make-up bag. The pattern includes a photo tutorial for adding a zipper to your crochet projects and for the cross stitching.
A Christian twist on the classic crochet Easter Basket - meet the Cross Basket! This design features simple single crochet, an elegant crab stitch edging, and of course a cross applique on the front.
At around 5″ in diameter, I would classify this pattern as a mini Easter basket. I’d like to use it for decor around the house. However, I think you could also make it work with a handle if you wanted to use it for a little one collecting Easter eggs!