Crocheted tote bag patterns.

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I’m an accomplished craft designer and author of hundreds of articles and reviews on the topic of crocheting and other crafts. In my everyday work, I search out and present novel approaches to classic patterns and techniques to encourage you to try something new. I’m delighted that so many of you read my posts and that I can contribute to making our crochet society bigger and more popular. I’m interested in crafts and interior design and love traveling and sitting next to a campfire. I live with my husband and three kids in the Rockies.

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The Fall Is Coming

So, while we have already caught up with some summer sun in nice dresses and outfits, we need to show off some handmade bags before the weather gets rainy and cold. Moreover, a nice end of summer bag will give additional motivation to create eye-catching accressories. Therefore, is there a better fashion accessory than a handmade bag? I doubt it. Thus, here are some ideas to shine for the last time this year. However, if you live in a beautiful, year-round warm weather zone, it’s even better because you can enjoy these beauties all year long.

Bags, because why not?

While crocheting isn’t the go-to method of making handbags, it’s surely a valid and fun one. Of course, there just isn’t any reason not to make a crocheted purse, especially a bag perfect for summer. Indeed, a light, lacy number will be a perfect accompaniment for any summer outfit. Therefore, whether you are wearing an elegant dress at a fancy garden party, or your swimsuit to the beach, crocheted hand bags are just the thing to finish off your look. Better still, they are also highly customizable, so that each of these will be your own, unique crowning touch.

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Magnolia Bag

This beautiful bag is a surefire to bring a little blossom fun into the fall. It’s handy and attractive shape is highlighted by magnolia blossoms of granny crochet. Easy, yes, but oh, so  beautiful.

Magnolia bag free crochet pattern.

The original pattern and the photos are available on Mama in Stitch : Magnolia Bag

Mother of Dragons Bag

I’m sure some of us are still Game of Thrones fans. And for those that are, a Mother of Dragons bag is simply the best project combining an attractive accessory and out love for the series.

Mother of dragons bag crochet pattern.

The original pattern and the photos are available on Ravelry : Mother of Dragon Bag

On the Go Bag

Next here is a light, airy number that’s a go-anywhere bag for all your necessities. I love the simplicity and in-your-face casualness.

On the go bag crochet pattern.

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The original pattern and the photos are available here : On the Go Bag

Alix Bag

Alex bag free crochet pattern.

The original pattern and the photos are available on Divine Debris blogAlix Bag

Tobago Bag

For something a little more traditionally inspired, why not try this Tobago bag, a taste of the Carribean in crochet form.

Free crochet tote bag pattern.

The original pattern and the photos are available here : Tobago Bag

Summer Days Daisy Bag

Although I did mention that it’s Fall, there is no reason not to carry a little summer with you everywhere. Consequently, here is a beautiful, sun-filled bag made of granny squares. You just can’t go wrong with daisies on a blue background.

Summer days daisy bag free crochet pattern.

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The original pattern and the photos are available here : Summer Days Daisy Bag more info here.

Mushroom Tote Bag

Next, here is an end of summer bag that combines the colors of summer, and a typical fall harvest item – mushrooms. Overall, this is a beautiful and useful tote that will be a perfect September accessory.

Skills: Easy    Designer: Rachel Veenstra

Mushroom Tote Bag

The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry:

Mushroom Tote Bag

more info about project photographed here.

Sakura Market Bag

Next, while more fall colored, this end of summer shopping bag has lovely flower rosettes that are so much fun and a summery touch yet still in autumn colors. Oh my!

Skills: Easy    Designer: K.A.M.E. Crochet

Sakura Market Bag

Sakura Market Bag

more info about project photographed also on Ravelry.

Pineapple Tote Bag

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Here is another end of summer bag that is a lot of fun and a great practical item as well. Overall, it’s light and airy and perfect for a warm and sunny September and colorful October.

Skills:  Easy           Designer:  The Painted Hinge

Pineapple Tote Bag

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The full article about this pattern is on Ravelry:

 Pineapple Tote Bag

My Mini Bag

While this bag is perfect for summer, it’s lovely, gently textured flip-over design makes it a great fall item as well. Moreover, if you are into modding, you can see from the pictures how customizable and versatile it really is.

My Mini Bag

The original pattern and the photos are available on Naztazia.com :

My Mini Bag

More info about projects also on Ravelry.

Wildrose Backpack

Next, this wonderful piece is a namesake of official flower of Alberta. Admire it in all it’s prairie glory. Shown here with a summer dress, it will go equally well with jeans and a leather jacket.

wildrose bagpack scaled

The original pattern and the photos are available on Allaboutami.com:

Wildrose Backpack

Jude Purse

Purse! Satchel! Purse! Satchel! Purse! Satchel! Aaaaaaaargh. Can’t make up your mind? Use it as both. It’s equally useful and accessorizes with everything.

Jude Purse

The original pattern and the photos are available on garnstudio.com :

Jude Purse

More info about project also on Ravelry.

Battenberg Bag

Next, this granny crochet bag is a beautiful tote with the squares set on their corners, evocative of the Battenberg cake. In particular, I love the white bands that crisply delineate the yummy squares.

battenberg bag scaled

The original pattern and the photos are available at I like Crochet blog:

Battenberg Bag

Solid Granny Square Bottom Bag

Unlike some of the above projects, a granny crochet bag doesn’t have to be loosely stitched, lacy item. As we show you here, they can also be solid, durable and hard wearing.

Solid Granny Square Bottom Bag

The original pattern and the photos are available at Crochet with Clare blog:

Solid Granny Square Bottom Bag

More details about project photographed here and here.

Get Your Granny On!

Finally, if you still aren’t grannied out, here is a beautiful and easy crochet bag. Versatility is the watchword and quality is the key.

get your granny on scaled

The original pattern and the photos are available at The Crochet Crowd Blog:

Get Your Granny On!

More info about yarn used at the project photographed on Ravelry.

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