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Sweet Cupcake Purse

If you're the kind who absolutely loves all things sweet, but you're trying to keep your figure then you'll just love this Sweet Cupcake Purse; you can even have it with a cherry on top. Crocheted purses like this are neat because its sturdiness comes from a sour cream lid allowing you to put as many items as you desire in your purse. Get creative with your crochet colors and add sequins or beads for the sprinkles of the cupcake. Little girls would love toting this bag around, but adults can use it, too.

Sweet Cupcake Purse

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Rainbow Sprinkles Handbag

"The Rainbow Sprinkles Handbag is an advanced beginner crochet pattern that works up quick with a one row repeat and minimal sewing! Dress up any outfit with a fun stylish handbag. This pattern is worked in the round using the wattle stitch and the handles are finished off with a nice edging using the crab stitch. The Rainbow Sprinkles handbag would be a great stash buster or for a last minute gift in any color. Use up your left over yarn and create stripes changing colors every row. "Rainbow Sprinkles Handbag

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Little Button Bag

If you are like most women, you can’t get enough of fun bags and purses. And, if you’re like me, you can’t really afford to buy all the fancy bags you want. But being crafty has its benefits ... we can make our own bags!

"This Little Button Bag is a fun, quick wristlet-style purse - just right for keeping your smaller items organized in the depths of your big bag. It’s the perfect size for your 'monthly' female necessities, complete with a strap to fit around your wrist for discreetly carrying to the restroom. A basketweave pattern along the middle of the bag adds a nice detail and gives it a bit of texture. Pick your favorite button and colors to match and you’ll have a special little purse in no time.

Little Button Bag

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The Perfect Crochet Purse

If you're a mother to a toddler or baby, you know just how difficult it is to carry multiple things in your purse for yourself and your child, and then you have your child attached at the hip (literally). No woman wants a huge purse to lug around with all that, which is where The Perfect Purse comes into play. This free crochet bag pattern has a shorter strap with a smaller bag portion so you can still fit the essentials while allowing the bag to stay on your shoulder instead of falling down. The special spike stitch is used giving the bag a bit of a funky look.

The Perfect Crochet Purse

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Market Tote Bag Pattern

You’ll never forget to bring your reusable bag to the grocery store ever again when you make this market tote bag. You’ll be looking for more reasons to use this bag than just for carrying groceries when you finish it and realize how cute it is. Put your single crochet stitch to work to make the body of this crochet purse, and to make the strap, too. This bag is simple and easy to make, and looks great. You get to choose three of your favorite colors to complement each other or coordinate the bag to match the color you wear most often. Or get bold and pick a single color that pops.

Market Tote Bag Pattern
Market Tote Bag Pattern


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My Go To Bag

Straps 26 inches long and 2 inches wide Bag 17 inches long by 15 inches wide when measured on a flat surface Handle Drop 14 inches My Go To Bag is my practical, everyday crocheted bag. I wanted a bag I could use for everything - from beach bag to book bag - a single crocheted base gives this bag extra support - the first few rounds are crocheted in double crochet and then the main bag is worked up in an easy to work granny stitch stripe pattern. I chose to make my straps slightly wider than most bags because when you fill the bag and the straps stretch, they will remain comfortable on your shoulders. If you would like to have a narrower strap, it is very easy to change the width of the strap. Simply add one extra decrease repeat of: Sc2tog, 1 sc in each of the next 2 sts, sc2tog. Ch 1, turn. 4 in place of R11 of the straps and for R80 work: 2 sc in the first st, 1 sc in each of the next 2 sts, 2 sc in the last st, ch 1, turn. 6. Have fun making this simple, attractive and practical Go To Bag! You can substitute any yarn and hook for this stitch pattern - just remember when you substitute if your gauge is different, the finished size of your project will also be different.My Go To Bag

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