We’ve covered a lot of bag ideas throughout the years, but this is something new – crochet cross-body bag patterns are here! This type of bag is super useful because you can wear it hands-free and be sure that it won’t fall from your shoulder. It’s anti-theft as well, as you keep it in front of you at all times. All in all, the crossbody construction makes it very hard to steal.
Crochet cross-body bag patterns are very easy to follow and require little yarn, so check them out if you’re a beginner. See the free crochet patterns under the links below.
Free Crochet Crossbody Bag Pattern Ideas
Retro Cross Bag
It’s actually hard to believe that four crochet squares can turn into a cross-body bag! If you look at the photos, however, you’ll find the proof. CJ Design went for the earthy palette that enhances the natural rounds of the granny square. Adding the lining, the zipper and the strap may be tricky, but it’s totally worth the time!
Level: upper beginner Author: CJ Design
photo by CJ Design / cjdesignblog.com
Find this pattern on cjdesignblog.com.
Pamela Granny Square Bum Bag
Check out this easy bum bag crochet pattern by Sandy Jones! It combines an on-trend shape with traditional floral granny squares, which bring a bit of a vintage feel to it. This cute over-the-shoulder fanny pack will accessorize any of your outfits. It’s roomy enough to hold all your essentials safe and close at hand. Follow the step-by-step crochet pattern and get started today!
Level: intermediate Author: Sandy Jones
photo by Sandy Jones / ravelry.com
Classic Granny Square Body Bag
Four crochet squares can turn into a simple crossbody bag – can you even believe it? Clare went for a classic combination of yellow and blue, which go together like the sun and the sky. Beginners, good news for you – this project uses basic crochet stitches only, so you’ll pull it off in a weekend.
Level: beginner Author: Clare M
photo by Clare M / ravelry.com
Crochet Crossbody Bag
Textural puff stitch worked in the round is the main detail of MJ’s crochet crossbody bag. What starts as four crochet squares, swiftly becomes a stylish boho accessory. To make it fully functional, however, you’re going to need a couple of items: rings, clips, and a bag strap.
Level: upper beginner Author: Mj’s Off The Hook Designs
photo by Mj’s Off The Hook Designs / ravelry.com