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8 FREE Crochet Bag Patterns for Summer

Free Crochet Bag Patterns for Summer

The weather is heading up, and we don’t blame you if you’d rather spend your money on ice cream than crochet patterns. Our solution? FREE crochet bag patterns from some of our generous Craftsy designers!

Get ready for summer with our free crochet bag patterns that will bring a bright note to any warm-weather outfit.

 Borsona Bellagio Crochet Tote Bag free pattern

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Borsona Bellagio Crochet Tote Bag

This pattern is for an extra-large shopping bag, but I know a couple of people who could fill this with their daily essentials, too! The stripe pattern makes this tote ideal for using up your scraps, so see if you can create a beautiful color palette with the yarn you already have.

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Flower Hexagon Bag free crochet pattern

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Flower Hexagon Bag

If you crochet in public, this bag is the perfect project for you. Crochet each of the hexagons separately — you’ll probably memorize the pattern after the first few — then seam them all together to construct the bag.

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Free Crochet Coin Purse Pattern

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Crochet Coin Purse

Don’t need a tote? Maybe a coin purse is more your style. This cute little pouch can hold coins, or it can be used to hold an ID and cash when you don’t feel like carrying around a larger bag.

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Peeps-a-Boo Crochet Bunny Bag free pattern

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Peeps-a-Boo Bag

Granny squares create the simple bunny on this adorable bag. Though little ones don’t have cash or an ID to carry around, this tote is ideal for those little treasures they want to keep safe.

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Handbag Barboletta free crochet pattern

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Handbag Barboletta

I love the red and white combo of this design, but a rainbow version using a variety of colors would also be awesome. This bag’s handles are reinforced by leather and the interior is lined, so you know the bag will hold lots of weight and last through many summers.

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College Tote free crochet pattern

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College Tote

Felted bags are one of the most durable types of bags you can crochet. Use a variegated yarn for automatic striping that doesn’t require you to change colors every couple of rows.

If you’ve never tried felting, it’s super easy to do. Get more info on felting your finished project here.

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Crocheted Flower Purse free pattern

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Crocheted Flower Purse

What better pattern for summer than one full of flowers? This pattern was inspired by a Japanese bag that designer Meladora spotted. Use scrap yarn to make a colorful garden of blooms or stick to a color palette of just a few of your favorite colors.

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Summer Squares Beach Tote free pattern

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Summer Squares Beach Tote

If you’re heading to the beach this summer, a tote like this is your best bet. The mesh squares let all the wet towels and swimsuits breathe, while the cotton fiber is washable and sturdy.

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Crochet your own custom bags step by step!

mix and match crochet bags

Crochet a bag that brings you the best of both style and durability! Mix and match techniques as you create two fun, simple bag projects in this online video class.Enroll Now »


Nabagesera Kayongo

Thanx this was very helpful. May God bless you.


Wow so many patterns to choose think I would throw a dart if it were a magazine instead of my computer. can anyone help me I want to crochet pouches for my wildlife group any pattern’s would be appreciated.


Spring is fast approaching and one joey can use up to 30 pouches I would love a pattern so I can get started I can only find knitting and sewing patterns but I love crochet


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