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Crochet Boho Bag Pattern {With Fringing!}

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In this post, you will see a crochet boho bag pattern.

If you are planning on going on vacation or to any festivals this summer, then you need to wear this bag!

This simple pattern was inspired by a festival/beach boho fashion, which is so pretty and full of fringing.

This bag is not only great for festivals, but you can also take it on vacation with you to wear at the beach or sightseeing.

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It’s so great to crochet with and I used my size 10mm (US N/15) crochet hook, which made it really fast to make.

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More Crochet Bag Patterns

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Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this pattern:

This pattern is great for any advanced beginners.

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Crochet Boho Bag Pattern

Purchase the inexpensive ad-free, PDF printable pattern in my shop here.

Notes

  • Please do not copy, sell, redistribute or republish this pattern. 
  • If you wish to share this pattern, link to the pattern page only.
  • You may sell items produced using this pattern.
  • Do NOT use the copyrighted photos for your product listing.
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The pattern is written using US crochet terms and abbreviations.

You can find a free PDF of both US and UK terms and abbreviations here.

Measurements

The dimensions of the finished bag are >

  • The bag body piece should measure = H = 16′′ / W = 9′′
  • Bag strap = 44″

Gauge = 10 sts/10 rows in 4×4 inches/10×10 cm

The Supplies You Need

Yarn

  • 1 x The Tape Yarn by we are knitters in Mint
  • Yarn substitute – Mixtape Yarn by Wool and the Gang.

Hook

  • 10mm (US N15) crochet hook

Notions

  • Darning needle
  • Tape measure
  • Scissors

Other Materials

  • 2 x silver clips for the bag handles – 1.5 inches
  • 2 x silver rings to attach to bag clips – 1 inch
  • Optional – 3 x tassels for decoration

Pattern

Abbreviations >

  • Ch – Chain
  • SC – Single crochet
  • Rep – Repeat

Bag body >

  • Make a slip knot and chain 20
  • Row 1 – Single crochet (sc) into every ch, ch 1, turn
  • Rep row 1 until the piece measures = 16′′
  • Cut yarn and pull through the last loop to secure.
  • The bag body piece should measure = H = 16″ / W = 9″

The fringing >

To make the fringing – please watch the video tutorial on my YouTube channel here.

Bag strap >

  • Make a slip knot and chain 94
  • Single crochet (sc) into every stitch until the piece measures = 44″
  • Cut yarn and pull through the last loop to secure.

Making Up >

  • Stitch the side seams of the bag – I used a simple mattress type stitch, collecting a stitch on one side, then threading my needle into a stitch on the other side, continuing to do that for each side seam.
  • The bag strap – Loop the rings through the bag clips, then feed one end of the bag strap through one ring.
  • Stitch it into place and make sure you have the right side facing outwards.
  • Do the same to the other end of the strap.
  • Place the clips into open stitches on either side of the bag.
  • The decoration – I added 3 thread tassels to the side of the bag for some colour on a piece of leather.
  • You can add whatever you want here, pom poms, keyrings, large tassels etc. I found the tassels in a local craft shop.

If you enjoyed making the pattern, I’d love to see yours on Instagram, be sure to tag me @handylittleme.

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    1. Hello! yes one skein was all I used. I had a little bit extra left, so if you stick to the pattern one should be fine. If you wanted to add more tassels or a longer strap, then you would need more. Thanks for reading and I hope you enjoy making the bag! 🙂