6 Must Have Crochet Handbags

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This great 34-page eBook includes 6 Must Have Crochet Handbags that you can crochet!


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Must Have Handbags - Leisure Arts - Review and Giveaway

Title: Must Have Handbags
Designer: Drew Emborsky
Publisher: Leisure Arts, Inc., 2020

Must Have Handbags

These patterns were designed by Drew Emborsky and include 6 different crochet handbags. All patterns included are rated at an EASY skill level.

Special stitches are outlined at the beginning of each pattern and include both written instructions and diagrams (when needed).

Some of the stitches used to make these handbags are:

  • Front Post Double Crochet (FPdc)
  • Back Post Double Crochet (BPdc)
  • Linked Double Crochet (Ldc)
  • Back loop only stitches
  • Single Crochet (sc)
  • Double Crochet (dc)
  • Bobble
  • Front Post Treble Crochet (FPtr)
  • Split Front Post Treble Crochet (Split FPtr)
  • Front and Back Post Decreases

The Bucket Style Tote, Purse and Swirl Handbag are crocheted with 2 strands of yarn held together.

Some of the other supplies you may need are:

  • magnetic clasp
  • swivel clasps
  • D-Rings
  • purse handle
  • magnetic snaps
  • cotton filler cord piping (12/32″)
  • wood purse handles
  • yarn needle
  • adjustable purse handle

6 Handbag Crochet Patterns

Take a closer look at the projects you can make here: Must Have Handbags

The General Instructions section of the eBook, begins on page 27. Explanations and diagrams (where needed) are provided for the following stitches and techniques:

Stitch Guide

  • Gauge
  • Markers
  • Joining with SC
  • Joining with DC
  • Back Ridge of a Chain
  • Free Loops of a Chain
  • Back or Front Loop Only
  • Post Stitch

The yarns used to create the sample handbags for this publication were:

  • Lion Brand® Vanna’s Choice® Yarn. Medium Weight Yarn [4]

My favorite Must Have Handbag is the Bucket Style Tote. Which is your favorite?

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7 Comments

  1. Ice Box Crochet; SKU# 5836C

    A cute little ice box with all kinds of food. I’m sure the kiddos I love would love to play with the whole set.

  2. I would love you to review the Graph Crochet Leisure Arts Book. I’ve always wanted to try doing this. Good Luck Ladies !

  3. I think this would be interesting to read a review on. So many different types of patterns to be made with t-shirt yarn.
    As far as my favorite, I do really like the bucket style as well, but the purple bag I think is fabulous. Sorry I couldn’t find the name of it to make sure.