Hey knitters, have you heard?
Knit bag patterns are all the rage these days. Why spend a lot of money on a designer purse at a department store when you can make one yourself for a lot less money? Plus, when you knit a bag, you can personally decide on every detail and customize the design to your specific taste and budget. Before you know it, you will have a beautiful and functional bag to use whether you’re running errands or enjoying a night on the town.
What’s Your “Purse-onality?”
Here’s the deal:
We’ve rounded up some of the best free knit bag patterns to give you an idea of what you can make with your trusty yarn and needles. These bags are perfect for knitters of all skill levels. All you need to do is find one that strikes your fancy and get to work. Be prepared for a lot of compliments once you use your bag for the first time, because these free knitting patterns are real beauties.
It’s time to take a moment and ask yourself, “What’s my “purse-onality”?” Are you a free-spirited gal who likes to have a good time and always goes with the flow? Or maybe you’re more of a girly-girl who prefers ultra-feminine designs? Perhaps you have simple tastes and want a highly functional purse that has ample room to hold all your belongings?
Listen up, knitters!
Take a minute to figure out which knit purse speaks to you the most. Don’t be afraid if your “purse-onality” doesn’t fit in a tidy little box, because who says you can only knit one of these gorgeous bags? Feel free to get creative and work up several of these easy knitting patterns. In fact, you can also start making some for your family and friends!
Now’s the time!
Take a look at the list below and find the description that most closely matches your viewpoint. Whether you’re a free-spirit who spreads peace and love or a classic lady who prefers pearls and champagne, we have the perfect knit bag pattern for you.
That’s not all…
Feel free to browse all the options below, because you never know, you may surprise yourself and find undiscovered, exciting aspects of your “purse-onality.”