A collection of crochet bags.

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A knot or string closure is to bags what shaken or stirred is to martinis.

It’s such an individual matter of preference. However, each one can be “the most comfortable bag” to its owner, so here are some patterns to help you make that choice. Regardless of whether you prefer one or the other, each one will definitely be a little masterpiece expressing your individuality and style. Moreover, these are super easy pattens for crochet bag that are great projects for beginners to undertake. So, without further ado, here are some knotted or string-closed bags for your carrying enjoyments.


This is a Sakura-inspired bag for your knot-enclosed bag pleasure. Its monochromatic, Japanese-inspired subtlety is subsequently highlighted by a row of simple cherry flower appliques. Gorgeous!

Skills:  Easy        Designer: Ramalakshmi Pasumarthy
The full article about this pattern is here:


More info about CeliaMenezes’ project

Nemo Fish Bag

The themed draw sting crochet bag can also be more practical. These ones look like anemone clownfish and are a great idea for kid’s shoe bag. They are easy to make, and can be crocheted in a dizzying variety of colors. The more you stuff them, the better they look.

SkillsEasy           Designer: Marjorie Jones

Nemo Fish Bag

The full article about this pattern is here:

Fish Bag

More info about photographed project

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One Comment

  1. Paula Sibert says:

    I prefer the knot bag but both are unique.

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