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10 Crochet Bags You Need to Make: Free Crochet Pattern Roundup

As my sisters can attest to, I love bags. I get excited about all kinds of bags, whether they’re little clutches and wallets, big totes, purses, or even camera bags! Lately, I’ve been pinning so many crochet bags that have caught my eye and would be perfect to make for the summer. They’re all fairly quick to make and a crochet bag is a great way to add some handmade charm to a summer outfit without having to wear warm fabrics. Here are my top 10 picks!

10 Crochet Bags You Need to Make:

10 Free Patterns for Crochet Bags

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1. Crochet Seashell Bag

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2. Street Fair Crochet Boho Purse

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3. Chevron Zipper Pouch

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4. Trinity Stitch Coin Purse

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5. The Farmer’s Market Bag

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6. Sun City Bag

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7. Florence Backpack Pattern

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8.  Boho Crochet Bags

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9. Malia Shoulder Bag

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10. Farmer’s Market Bag

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And there you have it, my top 10 crochet bags you need to try out this summer! I love the circle bags especially, but there are a ton of more patterns available out there. I’ve put together a Pinterest board for bags and purses that you can check out below if you want to get more ideas. And while you’re there, follow me! 

I also have another post about things you can crochet during the summer when it’s too hot to be working on blankets and sweaters. You can click the link below to take a look at that. 

Related: 25 Free Summer Crochet Patterns to Try!

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