Mother’s Day is only a few days away! Lisa Ferrel of My Fingers Fly has included me and 4 other indie crochet designers in putting together a Mother’s Day Handbag Roundup!
The Mother’s Day Handbag Roundup includes 8 FREE crochet patterns for handbags that can be found on each of our websites. These crochet patterns are not just for Mother’s Day, but can be found all year long.
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Lisa of My Fingers Fly shares her Floral Handbag Crochet Pattern. In addition to crocheting this handbag, Lisa has added a special lining. She also adds lobster claw clasps to add the perfect handle. The flowers add that special touch in the Floral Handbag design.
Angela Ader of Nine Inspired shares her Roxy Retro Circle Bag. The circle bag combines vintage and modern when using the granny square circle design. You can use your scrap yarn as well when crocheting the Roxy Retro Circle Bag.
Ashley Edmonds of Through The Loop Yarn Craft shares her Hampton Handbag. Ashley uses 24/7 cotton yarn from Lion Brand in designing this handbag. Ashley also uses the Herringbone Half Double Crochet stitch to bring definition to her Hampton Handbag.
Ashley Parker of the Loopy Lamb shares her Bobblelicious Bag. As you can tell by the name Ashley uses the Bobble Stitch. In designing her bag, she uses Chunky yarn to make those Bobbles stand out! She also uses a beautiful teal color cotton liner inside of the Bobblelicious Bag.
Whitney Dunning of Pine Tree Crochet shares her Rainbow Sprinkles Handbag. Ashley uses the Wattle Stitch and the Crab Stitch in designing her Rainbow Sprinkles Bag. The handbag is worked in the round and you can use any Red Heart Super Saver varigated yarn in crocheting your own bag.
Agat Rottman-Cassel of Made by Gootie shares her Chevron Bucket Bag. Agat designed this bag for the I Like Crochet magazine. The bag is worked in the round from bottom to top and uses the Ripple Stitch. Agat adds eyelets to the Chevron Bucket Bag for the drawstring to run through.
Lisa has another free crochet pattern on her website for a adorable Zebra Coin Purse. .This adorable pattern can be made in 3 hours. The Zebra Coin Purse is big enough to hold credit cards, money, drivers licenses and more.
Whitney Dunning of Pine Tree Crochet shares another free handbag crochet pattern, the Grab and Go Clutch. This bag uses the Moss Stitch to create the beautiful design. The Grab and Go Clutch uses very little yarn, so you can use those scraps of yarn you have laying around.
My free crochet pattern I am sharing is for my Sharon Bag. I designed this bag for my mom, Sharon, so she could carry around her iPad. In designing my handbag I used Cables/Braids using the Front Post and Back Post Double Crochet. The Sharon Bag is worked in the round going into both sides of your starting chain. There are 2 sizes to choose from, Small and Large.
You can find my Video Tutorial for the Front Post Double Crochet below.
You can also find my Video Tutorial for the Back Post Double Crochet below.
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