This gorgeous Jolly Chunky Bag is made with Scheepjeswol Stonewashed XL, using a gorgeous and simple pattern from Attic 24.
I’m going back to basics with these crochet mesh bags. While I was going through some of my older posts (*blush*, because the first ones were horrendously primitive!), I stumbled upon my Mini Plarn Tote Crochet Pattern. I decided to tidy the pattern up just a tiny bit…and then wondered what had happened to the […]
This crochet market bag was made using my FREE Aunty Dollie bag pattern. Worked in a cotton-acrylic mix this bag is both soft and strong and very easy to keep clean.
I added a Fabric Liner and pocket to my crochet stroller bag to show you that this bag is not only perfect for a stroller bag or a market bag, but it can also serve as a purse. You can find the pattern for the bag here. The measurements I use are tailored to this […]
This Aunty Dollie bag is the perfect crochet stroller bag! It is big enough to fit a change of clothes and some nappies, yet not so big that it will make your stroller fall over.
This FREE Mama Chicken Crochet Pattern was a very spontaneous affair. After I made my Super Quick Easter Chicks, I thought they looked awfully lonely without a mother. And then I thought: If I make a Mama Chicken, I might as well make her into a bag so that all the little chicks can have a safe […]
2 Free Patterns: A crochet ice-cream cone purse and a crochet cupcake purse. These patterns are really simple and quick to work up.
This is a very easy pattern and I’m really happy with the way this Tote turned out. The only word of caution, though, is that this bag EATS yarn. So I would suggest raiding someone else’s stash or buying your yarn in bulk off of eBay. (Maybe your local freecycle? You can never be too […]
This crochet duffel purse was one of my first patterns and remains a firm favourite. Pattern available as a pdf.
This Aunty Dollie crochet bag is loosely based on a pattern my mom found between my late great-grandma’s stuff.