Easy crochet clutch free crochet pattern

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free crochet pattern easy clutch purse ribbed stitch beginner friendly

This summer is all about crochet clothes and accessories for me. I’m fascinated by the possibilities and I love making things that I can use in my everyday life. But, you know what I’ve never made before?!

A crochet bag! How is that even possible?!  Never fear, because I quickly realized that I needed to get on it and came up with the easiest, most adorable, beginner’s crochet clutch pattern you’ve ever seen.

 beginner crochet clutch tutorial

What makes it so easy and perfect for beginners? The stitch, of course! In fact, all you need to know how to do is a single crochet stitch. That’s it. If you can make a single crochet rectangle, you can master this easy crochet clutch pattern in no time.  See how easy this pattern is going to be?

 easy ribbed crochet clutch purse tutorial free pattern

You can use acrylic yarn, cotton yarn, or even alpaca yarn if you wanted to! Besides the fact that the stitch is so easy, the great thing about this pattern is that it can be used to make a clutch for any season. 

how to make crochet clutch for beginner

I’m already planning on making some for Christmas presents (shh, don’t tell my family!).  Since it’s still summer here, I opted to use a lighter weight yarn and save the heavier wools for later.  I love the way it turned out!

 easy crochet clutch for beginner

I am not a fan of tiny bags that aren’t really big enough to hold anything, so I kept that in mind while making this pattern. 

This crochet clutch is big enough to hold your phone, ID, make-up, and a few odds and ends – you know, the essentials! If you wanted to add a shoulder strap to it, you could, but I really like just having a quick clutch to grab as I’m heading out the door to the park with my son or when I’m going out to dinner. This bag is the perfect size!

Skill and abbreviations

You will need to know how to make

-Sl st (slip knot)

-hdc which mean-half double crochet

-dc which mean double crochet

-sc which mean single crochet

-ch, Chain

-Blo which mean work in back loop only

-sl st which mean slip stitch

 

This pattern is made for beginners!  There is a basic skill level required to make the  design.

If you don’t understand any technical crochet words, don’t worry I got you cover!

Here is a video titled ‘free crochet class on craftsy‘ and a free pdf file titled ‘the beginner’s guide to crochet‘. These will explain a lot for you.

Let’s get start!

– I used cotton yarn

3.5 mm crochet hook

Sewing yarn needle

simple crochet clutch free crochet pattern

Grab your 3.5 mm crochet hook make a slip knot then 41 chains.

 

Row 1. hdc in the next chain from hook and make hdc in each chain until the end of the row. Ch 1 turn.

Row 2. hdc blo only in the next stitch from hook and make hdc  blo only in each stitch until the end of the row. Ch1 turn.

Row 3-28 – repeat row2

Row 29. * ch3, skip 3 stitches, in the next stitch make sl st* Repeat from * to * until the end of this row. Then ch3 turn

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Row30. *make 4dc in the chain space then ch2 make 1hdc in the next chain from hook then make 4dc in the same chain space and skip 1 space then sl st in the next stitch* Repeat from * to * until the end of this row. Fasten off and leave long tail for sewing.

how to make crochet clutch purse tutorial for beginner

Then fold the long side of rectangle up and sew to close the gap and tada! You got a clutch.

easy crochet clutch

So, if you’re on a clothing and accessories crochet kick too, be sure to give this easy pattern a try. I’d love to see how your clutch turns out, so tag me on social media and share! Happy crocheting, friends!

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So, if you’re on a clothing and accessories crochet kick too, be sure to give this easy pattern a try. I’d love to see how your clutch turns out, so tag me on social media and share!

Happy crocheting, friends!

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Jane is the founder and author of jennyandteddy.com. she love all things cute, like to baked yummy goodness. Jennyandteddy.com is a place where she can shared her easy DIY project, craft, crochet and simple life.

Comments

  1. Kimberly says:

    Hello, I just have a question. Should I use a hook according to yarn weight or must it be 3.5 mm? I love this pattern and I can’t wait to try it.

  2. Hi Kimberly,
    That’s a good questionlet’s try hook 3.5 or 3mm this way wil make the stitch so tight so u could not see the gap between the stitch. please let me now how it turn out.
    jane

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