Adorable Children`s Purses

10+ Cutest Free Crochet Purse Patterns For Kids

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Free crochet patterns for purses are here, so bring a smile to your little one’s face with fun and colorful designs.



Adorable kids’ crochet purse patterns will surely inspire you and open your creative side. Firstly, let your kids choose their favorite animal – a bunny, an owl, or a fox. Then, personalize the purses as you see fit.

In addition to facial features, you can add small details such as bows, tassels, or pom-poms. Moreover, flowers and textured stitches will create extra depth and structure. These purses are adorable accessories for summer outfits and they make lovely gifts!



Gather leftover yarn, scissors, and a crochet hook, and try making it today. Remember that bags for kids look great on adults with a sense of humor. 

Check out these free patterns under the links below. Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Pinterest for more creative ideas.

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Raffia Summer Bag Ideas and Best Animal Appliques.

free children’s crochet bag patterns

1. Cute Bear Purse free crochet pattern

Erangi’s bear purse is so cute that I can easily imagine a tween or a teenager wearing it. What’s more, they can even try following this easy pattern themselves! It’s one of the crochet projects that work up fast and is extremely satisfying. 

Level: beginner Author: Erangi Udeshika

crochet purse in the shape of a bear face with ears

photo by Erangi Udeshika / ravelry.com

Find this pattern on crochetforyoublog.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

2. Life is the Bubbles Mermaid Bag

What an original idea for a crochet pattern by Bitsy Blue Designs! This mermaid bag will be a perfect summer accessory for your baby girl. Shell stitches create a dense fabric, so you can be certain that you won’t lose any treasures.

Level: intermediate Author: Bitsy Blue Designs

Crochet Mermaid Bag

Find this pattern on bitsybluedesigns.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

3. Little Doily Bag

A great idea for a beginner-friendly bag that is also very attractive thanks to a doily flap. Customize it with your child`s favorite colors and a decorative button. Janette Williams will guide you!

Level: beginner Author: Janette Williams

Doily Bag

Find this pattern on thegreendragonfly.wordpress.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

4. Blythe Purse 

Create an adorable bunny or bear purse for your little ones to wear. This pattern is beginner-friendly and you can easily personalize it with embroidery faces and colors. Lakeside Loops rocks, evidently, so will you go for the bunny or the bear?

Level: beginner Author: Lakeside Loops

Bunny and Bear Purses

Find this pattern on lakesideloops.com, or read more on ravelry.com

5. Darling Sheep Purse 

Are you always after the most heart-melting projects? Kinga Erdem has got us all covered.

This darling sheep purse has a lovely texture and looks utterly adorable. Decorate it with a crochet flower and give it a cute facial expression. Certainly worth the effort!

Level: upper beginner Author: Kinga Erdem

Sheep Purse

Find this pattern on myhobbyiscrochet.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

6. Cute Hello Kitty Messenger Bag

This adorable kitty will surely be a fun project to make. Do you want to see it for yourself? Follow this cute crochet pattern by Sameh Baccouch. It is a quick and easy design that you can customize with cute bows as well as with different colors.

Level: beginner Author: Sameh Baccouch

Hello Kitty Bag

Find this pattern on ravelry.com

7. Toddler Owl Purse

You certainly won’t stop after making just one because these cute owl purses are easy and so fun to make. Rachel Bickmore really made us smile. Kids will love to carry around little treasures in these purses. Make them as gifts in different color combinations.

Level: beginner Author:  Rachel Bickmore

Owl Purses

Find this pattern on thecraftzilla.blogspot.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

8. Little Girl’s Wildflower Purse 

This wildflower purse will bring a smile to little girls’ faces. It is a great stash-busting project because you can use any color and it will always look adorable. All thanks to the great designer Rebecca Langford. 

Level: beginner Author:  Rebecca Langford

Wildflower Purse

Find this pattern on littlemonkeyscrochet.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

9. Foxy Bag

Whether worn for adventures in the woods or other treasure hunts, this foxy bag will make a comfortable accessory. Such a design is so eye-catching, so why don’t you try it?

Level: beginner Author: Julie Black Designs

Crochet Fox Bag

Find this pattern on ravelry.com.

10. Giraffe Bag 

This is so cute and original. Ilaria Caliri surprised us with a crochet pattern for a purse that will amaze both children and adults. We are all sometimes in the mood for cuteness, without a doubt.

Level: beginner Author: Ilaria Caliri (aka airali)

Crochet Giraffe Bag

Find this pattern on anchorcrafts.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

11. Easy Sun Bag 

The winter is here to stay, for some time at least, but don’t worry. StringyDingDing comes to our rescue with this awesome free crochet pattern for a circular, sunny yellow bag.

Level: beginner Author: StringyDingDing

Crochet Sun Bag

Find this pattern on stringydingding.com, or read more on ravelry.com.

12. Koala: Backpack & Bag

This sweet koala will be more than happy to carry all your essentials around! And your children’s school supplies or lunches! You can wear this wonder in two ways: as a bag and as a backpack. 

Level: beginner Author: Hi Sheep – Amigurumis Crochet

Crochet Koala Backpack & Bag

Find this pattern on hisheepok.blogspot.com.

Pompon Bag – no longer available

Kids and adults will love the cuteness and the boho vibes of this pretty crochet bag designed by Silvia Paparella. Colorful pom-poms and tassels evidently create a lovely finishing touch. This accessory will pair nicely with summer outfits. 

Level: beginner Author: Silvia Paparella

Pompon Bag

This pattern is no longer available, but you can read about it on ravelry.com.

Miss Bunny Bag – paid pattern

Create this stylish bag designed by Aleana Lae in no time from a bulky yarn of your choice. It will certainly add a nice texture! This paid pattern will definitely be your go-to project for children’s gifts or other occasions.

Level: beginner Author: Aleana Lae

Bunny Bag

Find this pattern on ravelry.com

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