Dive into a world of stylish and functional knit bags with our curated collection, where form meets function in the most captivating way. Whether you’re in search of a chic purse to complement your ensemble, a bag adorned with perfect patterns, or a roomy tote for those sunny beach days, you’re bound to find a creation that captures your heart.
Within this collection, we’ve gathered an array of bag patterns that seamlessly blend beauty with utility. From the artful interplay of colorwork to the allure of unique knit stitches, each pattern invites you to embark on a knitting adventure that promises both aesthetic satisfaction and practical functionality.
Imagine yourself strolling with confidence, your hand-crafted bag slung over your shoulder, a testament to your knitting prowess and impeccable taste. These patterns are not just projects; they’re statements of style and craftsmanship that you’ll be proud to showcase.
The options are diverse, allowing you to choose a pattern that perfectly complements your individual style and knitting skill level. From intricate designs that challenge your creativity to more straightforward patterns that offer a satisfying knitting experience, our collection has something for everyone.
Knit in just two hours, Estella is an elegant purse that has two handle options. Shimmery yarn adds that extra pizzazz to really make this piece shine. Read More
Made in a wonderful variety of jean colors (including the iconic top stitching found on many jeans), this tote will show off your jean obsession! The patchwork design is reminiscent of repaired denim jeans with different colored denim patches for a throwback look that has a modern purpose. Read More
This fabric-lined bag features a trendy eyelash motif embroidered onto the front. Holding a strand of mohair along with the main yarn adds a pretty, feminine touch. Read More
This stylish bag shows an oversized classic houndstooth check in a lively rainbow gradient yarn. The bag is begun by knitting a rectangle for the bottom of the bag, picking up stitches around the other three sides of the piece and joining to work in the round. Read More