25+ Crochet Bags & Totes Patterns: {Free}

Here’s a lovely assortment of free crochet patterns for totes and bags…many are great to take along when shopping or at the beach while others are a little more sophisticated in design. I’ll be adding to this list as I find more goodies so you might want to bookmark this page. Enjoy!

garnstudio.com
garnstudio.com
Sicily: Fun & colorful with the body in rows of assorted colors and a cheery floral top border.

Market: Features a pretty lacy stitch and pops of color along the handles, pdf download available as well as a stitch chart.

veryberryhandmade.co.uk
veryberryhandmade.co.uk
attic24.typepad.com
attic24.typepad.com
Colorful Stripes: The bottom is done in the round then once you achieve the size you want, dc rows up the body and top off with a shell edging.

Felted with Lace Handles: Constructed with a front and back panel, bottom/side panel is one piece. Finished size measures 10″ (width) x 6 1/2″ (height).

bynumber19.com
bynumber19.com
artemisadornments.com
artemisadornments.com
Masa: Very simple and is worked into a rectangle 20 cm wide and 53 cm long and then folded and stitched into shape.

Granny Squares: Each side is made of nine 5-inch squares; the band joining the sides and the handle is made of a continuous strip of dc.

grandmotherspatternbook.com
grandmotherspatternbook.com
coatscrafts.co.uk
coatscrafts.co.uk
Leafy: Pretty leafy motif with circular bamboo handles.

Vibrant: (link updated to web archive) Use this to haul both groceries and crafting projects alike! This works up in a hurry, using simple sc and hdc.

simplicity.com
simplicity.com
naturallycaron.com
naturallycaron.com
Paris: Skill level marked as Intermediate. Measures approximately 12″/30.5 cm wide x 11″/28 cm high x 7″/18 cm deep.

Hobo: Pretty with purse handles and ribbon trim.

shortylamcrochet.blogspot.ca
shortylamcrochet.blogspot.ca
tangledhappy.com
tangledhappy.com
Granny Stripe Boutique: Small with handles, made with worsted weight yarn and hook size U.S. I/9 (5.50mm).

Bobble-licious: Quick to whip together and is ideal for a child and mainly done in bobble stitches. Features ribbon trim at top edge and a handle.

speckless.wordpress.com
speckless.wordpress.com
elisabethandree.posterous.com
elisabethandree.posterous.com
Apricot: Cute with handles and a buttoned strap across the middle for closure. Features metal rings and a key hanger on ends.

Chunky Button: Finished Size is 12-1/2 inches wide, 10-1/2 inches long.

vegancraftastic.blogspot.ca
vegancraftastic.blogspot.ca
craftster.org
craftster.org
Catan: Hexagons are made in assorted colors then joined together with a neutral colored yarn (with sc).

Creole: Skill Level marked as Intermediate. Back and front are each made up of 4 equal panels + 1 st on each end. Suede wrapped rattan & wood handle.

berroco.com
berroco.com
elisabethandree.posterous.com
elisabethandree.posterous.com
Orange Spider Motif: (diagram) There is a reference link provided to help you figure things out if you don’t know how to work with diagrams.

English Fantasy Flower: Each side is made with 7 African Flower hexagons, how vibrant and fun!

craftyvalley.blogspot.ca
craftyvalley.blogspot.ca
crochetme.com
crochetme.com
Waves of Color: A great stashbuster using assorted colors of worsted weight yarn, finished size measures 8 1/2″ tall by 12″ wide.

Flower Burst: Lovely flowers in the middle, no need to be lined since the base stitches are tight. Skill level marked as “Easy”.

chocolatemintsinajar.com
chocolatemintsinajar.com
crochetincolor.blogspot.com.au
crochetincolor.blogspot.com.au
Ombre: Finished size measures 9.5″ height x 12″ diameter and made with 9 different colors of worsted weight yarn.

Cotton: One-size tote is worked in the round with sc stitches. Recommended for beginners.

canadianliving.com
canadianliving.com
mymerrymessylife.com
mymerrymessylife.com
Seed Stitch: Sized for young girls and measures 8″ long x 3″ wide x 5″ tall (not including straps).

Honeycomb Purse: Has bamboo handles and button/loop closure.

joann.com
joann.com
dewdropsdesigns.com
dewdropsdesigns.com
Simple: Finished size measures 11″ long, 10.5″ wide (at the top) and 15″ wide (at the bottom). Made with worsted weight yarn and a J hook (6.00 mm).

Granny Square: Directions are for assembling the squares and making the base & straps.

rainbowbunting.blogspot.ca
rainbowbunting.blogspot.ca

VintageHere’s a shoe bag from an old issue of The Workbasket magazine. I’ve scanned it into a pdf file if you’d like to download it.

It takes approximately 210 yards (1 skein) in any desired color. Use a plastic hook, size J or any size hook which will result in gauge given.

Download File Here (pdf)

Source: The Workbasket

If you’re looking for designs suitable for holding groceries (especially the string style), see this page which has a bunch of projects.

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Comments

    • Patti Johnson
    Reply

    I just LOVE your bag! The colors are great!!!! Good job!

    • SKYPRINCESS
    Reply

    Trying to get away from those plastic grocery bags to help keep our oceans clean and less harmful for the animals, I had been thinking about making one and today Tipnut puts out this email. Its Karma!!
    Yours is really cute and can’t wait to make one as soon as I finish the baby blankets (4)I am currently working on. thank you so much for the sharing the pattern and thanks to Tipnut for putting this out for everyone!!

      • Sue
      Reply

      You can make a grocery tote crocheted out of PLASTIC GROCERY Sacks!! I make them by flattening the bag, cutting off the seam at the bottom, then cut across the bag making approx 1″ Strips. These strips then get put together. Roll them into a ball (Like making a rag rug except the ‘rag strips’ are made of the plastic bags.) They’re nearly indestructible, washable and what better way to recycle them?

    • Emmy
    Reply

    Your bag is just beautiful. I see a lot of crocheted ones and they don’t appeal to me but this one just is just lovely.

    • Bromeliad
    Reply

    Great projects. I must learn to crochet.

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