Crocheting cute and attractive purses is something that can easily get you addicted, keeping you on the lookout for new and unique patterns all the time. The good news is that there are countless designs and styles for making fashionable bags and purses for every occasion.
Isn’t it the cutest coin purse ever? And it’s a free pattern!
The fact that you get to look at that cute sleeping owl every time you open your purse is just another reason to love this pattern
Is it just me or is the open purse kind of resembling the open mouth of Elmo the Muppet?
This drawstring pouch can be the perfect gift idea for girls and ladies, and you can easily bring variation to the design by changing the color of the flower.
This cream colored drawstring pouch can be a fashionable addition to your attire every time you go out of the house.
This fringed purse is quite easy to make, no matter how intimidating it looks in the picture. The special yarn used in the pattern makes all the difference.
The cute pink flower along with the chain drawstring and shell border makes this one of the prettiest handmade purse. You get the detailed instructions to make this one for free!
This is the basic pattern for this lacey shell vintage style pouch. There is always the option of trying new color combinations and adding a pretty crocheted flower or maybe some pretty buttons.
The pink flower designed button really adds a dash of color that makes the purse look all that much more special. Of course, you are free to use any large colorful button for the purpose.
The crocodile stitch really works for this evening purse as the shimmery yarn does the rest of the work to make it one of the most gorgeous handmade purse patterns.
As we all know, Hello Kitty has made her way into almost everything, from art to fashion accessories. So, here is a simple Hello Kitty purse pattern.
Granny squares are so amazing – this pattern is just another proof.
For this one, you need to know how to crochet in the circle.
Yes you are right; this could easily become the cutest owl purse with the addition of two eyes.
As you can probably see, this one is basically worked with chain and single crochet.
Published on December 11th 2014 by Daphne Bennette