Here comes a cute Instagram Purse for someone who loves Instagram. The only parts that require sewing for this project is the lens. The knitted look of the body of the bag is created using half double crochets in the third loop.
Body bag purses are great for grabbing the essentials and being on-the-go. But that doesn't mean that style doesn't matter! As a matter of fact, this Flower Crochet Body Bag Purse turns carrying your necessities into a fashion statement. The neutral brown color gives off a fun, homey vibe, and it would look good with a variety of outfits. With the fun flower squares at the bottom, this bag has a pop of color and is an easy crochet pattern to master. The instructions also show you how to make your own crochet handle, so you only have to add a fabric lining-the rest is simply crocheting!
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.
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!
If you have half a skein of yarn, that's all you need to complete this homemade crochet bag. This Half Skein Purse is an easy crochet bag pattern to make for girls of any age. Purses with short straps like this are nice to use because your bag stays close and safe to your body while also leaving your hands free for doing other things like shopping and chatting on your cell phone. A cute button adds the perfect finishing touch.
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!