Beige Purse Crochet Pattern

Beige purse crochet pattern is for beginners - easy, simple and detailed. This crochet purse is very easy to make, you need to do only a few simple steps and the pictures I included here simply won't let you to get it wrong! :) The clutch is a great choice of evening bag, and can be done for a kid as well if you choose broght colors and flowers, combinations are unlimited.

The size of finished crochet bag is 9 1/2 in by 5 in (24 cm by 13 cm).

Decorate the purse with one or three flowers as I did or use any of my crochet flower patterns or crochet applique patterns to create your own decoration combo. :)

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crochet purse with flower

Big Rose Crochet Flower (2 tiers) - if you want one big flower only:

Crochet Rose Pattern

Big Rose Crochet Flower (2 tiers) with two Daisy Crochet Flowers:

Daisy Flower Crochet Pattern



Recommended weight yarn: Medium to worsted weight (weight category #4) I used Red Heart Super Saver in Linen.

Recommended crochet hook size: I 9 (5.5 mm) to J 10 (6.00 mm)

Abbreviations and stitches used in Beige Purse Crochet Pattern:

CH - chain, SC - single crochet, HDC - half double crochet, DC - double crochet.

The gauge: 13 SC in 4'' (10 cm); 14 rows in 4'' (10 cm).


Note:

SC 2 (the # of stitches is AFTER the stitch's abbreviation) means: make two single crochet stitches in two stitches of the previous row.

2SC (the # of stitches is BEFORE the stitch's abbreviation) means: make two single crochet stitches in one stitch (increase).

For example, [SC 2, 2SC] means: make a SC in the first stitch, then another SC in the second stitch, and then make 2 SC together in the third stitch (an increase).



Beige Purse Crochet Pattern is very easy to follow: the bag is made of a flat circle folded in two and sewn at the sides. Let's make this circle. :) Do not make a slip stitch at the end of each row unless it's mentioned and do not start each row with CH 1. Work in spirals and attach a stitch marker to the end of the first row to indicate where each row starts and move the stitch marker up as the work progresses. Count your stitches after completing each row.

CH 3.

Join in a ring with a slip stitch (make a slip stitch in the beginning of CH3).

Row #1: Make 6 SC stitches in the ring and attach a stitch marker to the last (the 6th) stitch.

Row #2: 2 SC in each stitch. Total = 12 stitches after completing of this row.

Row #3: [SC, 2 SC], repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. This means: make a SC (in the first stitch of the row), then make 2SC in the next following stitch (the second stitch of the row), then make another SC in the next following stitch (the third stitch of the row), 2SC in the fourth stitch of the row and so on for 4 more times. The total = 18 stitches after the completing of this row.

Row #4: [SC 2, 2 SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. This means: make a SC in the first stitch of the row, make a SC in the second stitch of the row, make two SCs in the third stitch of the row and repeat this pattern 5 more times. The total = 24 stitches after completing of this row.

Row #5: [SC 3, 2 SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. Total = 30 stitches after completing of this row.

Row #6: [SC 4, 2 SC] Repeat [ ] 6 tomes around the row. Total = 36 stitches after completing of this row.

Row #7: [SC 5, 2 SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. Total = 42 stitches after completing this row.

Row #8: [SC 6, 2 SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. Total = 48 stitches after completing this row.

Row #9: [SC 7, 2 SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. Total = 54 stitches after completing this row.

Row #10: [ SC 8, 2 SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. Total = 60 stitches after completing this row.

Row #11: [SC 9, 2SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. Total = 66 stitches.

Row #12: [SC 10, 2SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. Total = 72 stitches.

Row #13: [SC 11, 2SC] Repeat [ ] 6 times around the row. Total = 78 stitches. Make a slip stitch at the end of this row.

The circle after Row #13 should be approximately 8 1/2 in (21.5 cm) in diameter (unless you want to make it bigger or smaller and added or deleted couple of rows )

The scallop: DC in the second stitch from the hook. Make 2 more DC stitches in the same stitch.

Slip stitch in the second stitch from where you've made 3 DC stitches. The scallop is ready.

Repeat scallops all around the row.

All scallops are done!

Fold the circle in two.

Sew the sides together for approximately 1/3 from each side.

The handle: attach the yarn in-between two sides sewn together.



how to crochet a bag

Make a chain of desired lenghth (for my bag i made it shoulder length 25 in (64 cm)

Attach the chain with a slip stitch to the other side of the bag.

Make slip stitches along the chain in the back direction to the point where the chain starts. Secure the knot, cut off the yarn, weave in the end.

This is the ready crochet bag (clutch). You can leave it as it is or decorate it with flowers.

*End of the Purse Crochet Pattern *

The last tip: You may attach snap fasteners.

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Rose Flower Crochet Pattern is here!

Daisy Flower Crochet Pattern is here!



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