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Roundup: My Favorite Purse Patterns

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The summer heat can sometimes leave you wondering what to crochet. If you’re in a summer slump, why not try a purse or bag? There are a lot of great patterns out there, whether you’re looking for a small tagalong purse or a big tote (for your on-the-go yarn project, perhaps?).

When choosing your yarn for a bag project, I recommend a cotton/acrylic blend. The cotton will give the bag strength, but the acrylic will help it to maintain its shape. My current favorites are Lion Brand Cotton-Ease (#4 worsted weight), and Premier Cotton Fair (#2 fine weight).

If you’re ready to find the perfect bag or purse pattern, search no more… I’ve compiled a list of my top picks below!

My Favorite Bags & Purses

Featured Photos:

1. Wildflower Shoulder Bag  |  Little Monkeys Crochet
2. Summer Fun Market/Beach Tote  |  The Stitchin’ Mommy
3. Summer Crochet Bag  |  Petals to Picots
4. Wrapped Ombre Tote Bag  |  Moogly
5. Sassy Ruffle Bag  |  KT and the Squid
6. Kelley’s Satchel  |  Oombawka Design

More Favorites:

7. Stash ‘n Dash Clutch  |  Pattern Paradise
8. Moss Stitch Beginner Crochet Bag  |  Rhelena’s Crochet Patterns
9. Market Tote Bag  |  Little Monkeys Crochet
10. Large Market Tote  |  Daisy Cottage Designs

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