Bags Totes Crochet patterns

Crochet Drawstring Bags Ideas and Free Patterns

The season for Crochet Drawstring Bags is officially open! If you are getting ready for summer trips and heavenly holidays, you have landed in the right corner of the Internet, undoubtedly. We all love classic handbags and trendy shoppers, obviously, but today let’s focus on something slightly different. Drawstring bags mean functionality and comfort for fashion-lovers of all ages and genders. The exemplary patterns we have selected for this post will surely be a perfect starting point for your experiments with colors, yarn types, and forms. Follow the instructions of three brilliant crochet designers and customize the patterns to make the bag of your dreams. It is so easy, trust us. Rebecca Langford, Gunilla Karlsson, and Merri Purdy have got us all covered! Check out these patterns under the links below and don’t forget to follow us on Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest in order to find more creative ideas.

If you need more inspiration, check out our collections of Handbags and Tote Bags.

Mudcloth Bag Free Crochet Pattern

What an awesome accessory! As we read in the description of this design, African mud cloth inspired Rebecca Langford to create the original, richly patterned piece. Have you heard about mud cloths before? They are traditional Malian fabrics made of locally grown cotton, dyed with fermented mud and plant dyes. Read more on this fascinating theme before you start crocheting your version of the drawstring bag. You will certainly have even more fun with the project!

Level: upper beginner Author: Rebecca Langford

 Crochet Backpack

The original pattern and the photos are available on the Yarn and Chai website here. More info on Ravelry here.

Mosaic Bucket Bag Free Crochet Pattern

We have just seen Rebecca Langford’s version of traditional mud cloth, now let’s admire her take on a mosaic. Mixing different types of yarn, the author has achieved a modern, trendy effect. You can use her instructions to crochet this beautiful bag or give a new life to other patterns you have in your collection. Actually, why not both? Go for it!

Level: intermediate Author: Rebecca Langford

Crochet Bag

The original pattern and the photos are available on the Yarn and Chai website here. More info on Ravelry here.

African Flower Bag Free Crochet Pattern

The African Flower motif is so popular among crocheters for a reason! Just look at how beautiful it looks on this drawstring bag. If you need a summer accessory to spice up your outfits, look no more! Gunilla Karlsson wrote a pattern that will inspire you to create wonders. Aren’t you so excited?

Level: intermediate Author: Gunilla Karlsson

Crochet Bag

The original pattern is available on the Nilla K. Creates website here. More info on Ravelry here. Info about this version by lionne5 and the photos can be found on Ravelry here.

Sand Dollar Beach Bag Free Crochet Pattern

This is a perfect example of simplicity with a twist, literally! If you are looking for comfort and fashion minimalism this season, Merri Purdy’s design will surely meet your requirements. A versatile accessory like that will suit all the outfits you have planned for the summer. So convenient, isn’t it? Yes!

Level: intermediate Author: Merri Purdy

Crochet Bag

The original pattern is available on Merri Purdy’s Ravelry here. Info about this version by the author and the photos can be found on her Ravelry here.

Related posts

Textural Blankets Free Crochet Patterns

Katy

Hot Air Balloon Baby Mobile Free Crochet Pattern

admin

Safari Ladies Amigurumi Free Crochet Patterns

Katy

Funky Crochet Triangles Free Patterns

Katy

Amazing Flower Dishcloths Free Crochet Patterns

Claudine

So Sweet Baby Hats Free Crochet Patterns

Katy

Fantastic Ponchos Free Crochet Patterns

Katy

Ombré Blue Hats Free Crochet Patterns

Katy

Breezy Summer Tops Free Crochet Patterns

Claudine

Curly Bow Free Crochet Pattern

Katy

Awesome Crochet Squares Free Patterns

Claudine

Great Summer Cardigans

Claudine

Leave a Comment