Free Handbag Patterns To Knit
Women love handbags or purses.
Well actually I can only speak for myself and my female friends and relatives.
I personally need a handbag with me at all times and just about every where I go. I tend to carry an array of items that I simply can't live without. A survival kit of sorts.
When my children were very young I also carried a survival kit for them as well. At that time the bigger the bag the better. And now even though my kids are grown I still need a large bag.
I simply don't know how some women carry a tiny little handbag. I wish I could, but alas, I can't seem to fit everything I carry in one of those tiny bags.
Pom Pom Hobo Super Sloutch
Pom Pom Hobo Super Slouch Handbag
I must admit that I am partial to slouchy handbags and this one is packed with style.
This handbag is a quick and easy project to do with self striping yarn. Using the colors of your choice to add texture. It can also be made with your very own scrap yarns as well as the yarn recommended.
It is made using the simple knit in the round method and then a no sew rectangular base is added by using a simple trick that the designer shows you. The design also features screw-on, reusable handles for simplicity. To finish the project, the pompoms are added as touch of whimsy,
The pom poms are optional of course. With or with out the pop poms, it is still a very cute bag. The bag is then lined and the tutorial will help with that as well.
Download the pattern for free from Stitch Diva Studios. Pom Pom Hobo Super Slouch
Knit Bramble Bag
This roomy Bramble Bag measures Approximately 19” wide x 13” high x 5 1/2” deep (Not including handles).
The bag shown in the picture is made using leather straps that fasten to dowels which are sewn or crocheted to the bag.
The bag is knit using a bramble stitch. Size 9 straight knitting needles and Made from 100% Peruvian Highland wool.
The pattern is free from Berroco:
Diagonal Ripple Felted Purse
Diagonal Ripple Felt Purse
This bag is made using an easy slip stitch pattern to form the diagonal ripples.
It is Knit in two colors and uses one color per row. One row is knit in a self striping yarn and then black is used as the second color but any combination of yarns would look awesome.
The handle are also made with the existing yarn, so no need to purchase the handles. When the handbag is completed the bag will then need to be felted. Instructions on how to felt the bag are also included .
The pattern for this bag is free from knittingonthenet.com and can be found here:
Sarape Shopper Bag
The skill level is easy for this knitted bag.
The pattern can be found for free from Berroco
The Yarn used to make this bag is Berroco Ultra Alpaca
The awesome designer is Cirilia Rose
Get the pattern here: Sarape Shopper
A Little Bird Told Me..that this is a sweet little bag
A Little Bird Told Me
For those occasions when you do need a smaller bag and yet one that will accommodate all of your daily necessities then this cute little bag will do the trick.
All of your essentials can be safely kept in place by a gathered drawstring top and a sweetly stitched flap. The flap can be stitched with the design pattern provided, But, you can choose your own design or if you like just leave off with out a design.
The pattern is free from Knitty: A Little Bird Told Me
This cute little accessory bag can be used as a make up bag or as an evening bag depending on the material used and rather you want to dress it up or dress it down.
Although I do not often carry a small purse there are occasions that I need or prefer something small and dressy.
The accessory bag includes a wrist strap and a zipper closure.
The pattern is free : Accessory Purse
Prada Inspired Purses
Prada Inspired Purse
If you are anything like me than you love designer purses. Unfortunately for me the price tag is way beyond my reach. Having said that , you will understand how super excited I was to find this website.
Believe it or not these make it yourself purses are knit with leather yarn or a velvet suede lace..I know ..Is that cool or what? I can't wait to get started making one for myself.
And guess what? You guessed it! The pattern is free from Jezebel :
Free Handbag Patterns To Knit
I personally need a handbag with me at all times and just about every where I go. I tend to carry an array of items that I simply can't live without. A survival kit of sorts.When my children were very young I also carried a survival kit for them as well. At that time the bigger the bag the better. And now even though my kids are grown I still need a large bag.