Crochet Bags Patterns
Rippled Shells Clutch
Date Added: January 11, 2016
This Clutch is made at just the right size to hold a smart phone and a checkbook type wallet. It is just the thing to use when you want to make a quick trip to the grocery store.
Christmas Gift Bag
Date Added: December 8, 2013
This drawstring bag can be used at Christmas time to give any odd shaped gift or even stuff that you would put into a gift basket! Fill it with all sorts of goodies for that special someone. The base has an old CD in it to give it a flat bottom.
Static Stitch Bag Holder
Date Added: April 27, 2013
This bag holder is fairly fast to make. I used the static stitch done in the round. This is done differently, you are going to turn at the end of each round to make it look like you crocheted it back and forth in rows.
Simple Lunch Bag
Date Added: September 1, 2011
This simple lunch bag is just the right size for an adult lunch. It can also fit a water bottle. I designed it with my use in mind. I am able to fit a water bottle, a healthy frozen dinner, piece of fruit, small bag of chips and more!
Bottoms Up Rippled Cosmetic Bag
Date Added: May 6, 2011
This bag is very similar to the Rippled Cosmetic Bag I designed several years ago. I have improved on that pattern and started at the bottom and worked my up instead of stitching the bottom closed after it was done. It is fairly easy to make and can be completed in an evening or two.
Visions Drawstring Bag
Date Added: January 28, 2011
This drawstring bag was made with keeping eyeglass care items inside. It keeps things like special wipes, an eyeglass string and repair kit all in one place.
Shell Stitch Cosmetic Bag
Date Added: March 25, 2008
This crocheted cosmetic bag uses a strip of hook and loop tape for it's closure. It is fast and easy to make and would make a great gift for that favorite teen girl in your family.
Julie's Shopping Bag
Date Added: February 15, 2008
This bag is really easy to make and is ample big enough to use for a quick trip to the local grocery store for just a few items. If you are determined to make a few of them, you should expect to spend about 8 - 12 hours on each one. It depends on how fast you do basic double crochet stitches.
Elegant Clusters & Shells Purse
Date Added: July 26, 2007
This purse pattern is made with nylon crochet string and is first worked in rows across the bottom then in rounds for the body. It is then lined with nylon rip stop nylon and has a zipper closure. It also has a couple of D rings to attach the crocheted handles to.
Amanda's Clutter Bag
Date Added: April 10, 2007
This crocheted clutter bag is fun and somewhat easy to make. It uses an 8 oz whipped topping container as it's base for support. It is perfect for hiding those little things that you do not want other people to see.
Drawstring Sunglass Case
Date Added: February 25, 2007
I wear glasses so when I need sunglasses, I have a pair of sunglasses which fit over my prescription glasses. The last pair I had got all scratched up in the car so I designed this soft case to keep my new ones in. Now they should stay scratch free!
Cell Phone Pouch
Date Added: January 19, 2007
This crochet pattern is just the right size to hold your cell phone and other small items you want to bring along when you just need to take a quick trip to the store.
Pony Bead Bag
Date Added: June 12, 2006
This drawstring bag is easy to make and uses a CD for the bottom. You can use any color combination of beads and cotton yarn you would like.
Floppy Disk Pouch
Date Added: September 8, 2005
Even though the title says Floppy Disk pouch, you could use this for anything you like. It is really fast and easy to make and would actually make a great gift for a little girl.
One Litre Bottle Cover
Date Added: August 18, 2005
This bottle cover is fast and easy to make. It is perfect for keeping your hands dry when drinking water from a 1 litre bottle.
My Little Tote
Date Added: July 15, 2005
This little tote bag can be made in just a few hours. It took me about 4 hours to make it. It is just the right size for carrying a checkbook and a few other items for a quick trip to a store.
Teen's CD Player Holder
Date Added: June 19, 2005
My daughter recently bought a CD player for herself and she asked me if I could make her a holder for the CD player. So this is what I came up with. It is sturdy because it has old CD's inside to keep it's shape and the strap goes all the way around it.
Credit Card & Money Pouch
Date Added: June 3, 2005
This pouch is fairly quick to make and is just the right size to hold some cash folded up and a credit card or two.
CD Drawstring Bag
Date Added: May 24, 2005
This bag has a base that is made out of an old CD. It is fairly fast and easy to make and would make a good beginner to intermediate pattern.
Spiral Bottle Cover
Date Added: May 23, 2005
This bottle cover is super fast and easy to make and is just the thing to keep your hands and fingers from getting to cold when holding a water bottle.
Date Added: April 28, 2005
This purse is fairly fast and easy to make and if you used worsted weight yarn and a size H hook it would be a bit bigger.
Shell Stitch Bag Holder
Date Added: April 14, 2005
This bag holder is fast and easy to make and you do not even need to punch holes in the margarine tub! Instead you use a brass ring to make a ridgid hole to pull the bags through.
Net Stitch Toy Bag
Date Added: December 4, 2004
This toy bag is just the right size for carrying around a few small toys in the car. Or your child could put a small collection of action figures into it.
Brass Ring Bag Holder
Date Added: August 31, 2004
This bag holder has a wide open mouth at the top and is closed at the bottom. It hangs using a cabone ring at the very top. It is made with 3 colors but can be easily made with only 1 color.
Date Added: August 26, 2004
This drawstring bag is fast and easy to make. It alternates a round of 3dc shells and a round of bobbles.
Cosmetics Drawstring Bag
Date Added: June 10, 2004
This cosmetic drawstring bag can be made in an evening and is made with Speed Cro Sheen. You could make it with sport weight yarn as well if you do not have any Speed Cro Sheen.
Soft Round Bag
Date Added: April 3, 2002
This bag is made with cotton worsted weight yarn and it uses a 4inch plastic canvas circle for it's base shape. If you do not have a plastic canvas circle, you can use an old CD for it's base.
Date Added: October 24, 2001
This clutterbag is fairly easy to make and can be completed in a few hours. Like the other clutter bags I designed on this site, it uses a large whipped topping container for stability on the inside. I really love making these and using them. They are so handy for hiding small stuff that tends to clutter up a room.
Cluster Stitch Money Pouch
Date Added: July 31, 2001
This little pouch is just the thing you need if you are walking to a store or flea market and you do not want to carry your big purse or wallet around. It would also be good for kids to carry their lunch money in at school. Of course you can find other uses for it as well like storing playing dice.
Vst Water Bottle Cover
Date Added: July 30, 2001
This quick and easy water bottle cover is just the thing you need to make carrying your water bottle easier when you are hiking, biking or on your daily walk. It can be easily adjusted to fit any size water bottle you may be using.
Cluster Stitch Clutter Bag
Date Added: July 20, 2001
This bag is designed for storing stuff that would ordinarily be clutter. You can use it in the rest room to store small items such as purfume bottles, first aid stuff or anything small that would look cluttered if you don't have a cabinet to keep it in. I have open shelves in my bathroom so I am making a few of these to store the small stuff in. It has a recycled whipped topping container inside for added stability.
String Soap Saver Bag
Date Added: July 12, 2001
This soap saver bag is made from standard kitchen cotton string. It is fast and easy to make and you could use Speed Cro Sheen instead of string to make it. I had some left over kitchen string from when I measured out my garden, so I decided to use it up for this pattern.
Tunisian Drawstring Bag
Date Added: April 19, 2001
This drawstring bag is just the right size to hold small items like a pouch of tissues, lipstick, credit cards and a few other small essentials you may want to have with you when you go out and you do not want to carry a big bulky purse. It is also just the right size to hold a deck of cards and a note pad which you can use away from home if you are into playing cards for fun.
CD Drawstring Purse
Date Added: January 16, 2001
This purse is made ridged on the bottom because of a CD! That way it will stay open and standing. It is fairly easy to make with intermediate crochet experience. Once you get past the actual base part, the rest of it is very easy. This is also just the right size to store a single roll of bath tissue as well!
Shell Stitch Drawstring Bag
Date Added: August 10, 2000
This lustrous bag is great for any semi formal occasion. If you made one in white, it can be used as a wedding reception bag for the bride. And this is quick enough to make a one for each bride's made in the color that would match their gowns. It is made in 3 sections. The main part of the bag is made first, then the bottom is made and stitched on, then the casing and top are made last on the first round that is made.
Rippled Cosmetic Bag
Date Added: February 23, 1999
This rippled cosmetic bag if fun and fast to make. It can be used for more than just cosmetics and can be made with more than just cotton yarn. This is my first attempt at trying to design something with a ripple design.
Marble & Toy Bag
Date Added: December 17, 1998
This bag would make a great gift filled with marbles jacks or even shiny polished stones for any kid!
Draw String Bath Bag
Date Added: November 11, 1998
This drawstring bag is what I am using in my bathroom to store things I want to keep out of site. I have open shelves and certain things just don't look great out in the open. You could also use this to put goodies in to give as a self wrapped gift.
Pearl Beaded Bag
Date Added: June 9, 1998
This bag could be a wonderful addition to a bride's gown on her wedding day. It can be made in a day or two and is big enough to hold cash credit cards tissues and perhaps a tube of lipstick.