Today I have a fun new Crochet Pattern to share with you! The Celestial Crossbody Bag is a quick and easy weekend project, not to mention a great accessory update!
(Be sure to check out the end of this post where I tell you how you can access the pattern for FREE.)
I wanted to design a purse that had a unique shape and would go with anything. This little purse could easily be dressed up or down. Plus, it’s a fast enough project that you could make it in several colors to go with anything in your closet.
I wanted a durable yarn for this purse, so I chose fabric yarn. This yarn is great because it’s made from recycled fabric scraps. So it acts more like clothing than yarn, and it’s giving new life to what would’ve otherwise been trash. I like that is won’t fuzz out or get worn out the way regular yarn will, so it’s great for bags of any kind.
I got mine from We Are Knitters.* It’s called The Tape, and the best part is you only need one skein! So it’s easy to make two (or three…) This little purse would make a great gift! Who wouldn’t love a little round purse like this?
*If you want, you can use my referral code to save $12 on your first purchase from
We are Knitters: MGM9G37N6 (thank you!).
The purse comes with a long strap and I love that you could tie a knot in the end to make it shorter, so versatile. And no need to buy anything else for this project–it closes with a braided tassel that goes through a hole in the front, easy!
There are several ways to access this pattern. You can purchase the pattern only on one of the websites below:
OR, you can watch a FULL VIDEO COURSE on how to crochet the round purse AND download the pattern (for FREE) by signing up for my class on Skillshare. You’ll be able to watch 10 videos where I walk you through every step of the way. Then, download the PDF and keep it for your reference. The best part is the first two months are free! There’s no obligation when you use my referral link. Enjoy!
Here’s a little sneak peak of the intro video:
Be sure to tag me with your photos when you make your bag, I love to see them! @tealandfinch #tealandfinch
BTW, If you want to see another way to use this fabric yarn, check out my doll backpack carrier pattern. The little girls in your life will be sure to love it!