Crochet Flower Handbag Purse Bag O Day Crochet Tutorial #120 Subtitles Available in 21 languages


okay for this project I’m using a size I
five and a half millimeter crochet hook and I’m using just regular red heart
Super Saver yarn it’s a four ply worsted weight acrylic so first you want to
start with a slipknot and then I’m going to make a chain of
four and then I’m going to slip stitch in the beginning chain to form a ring and now I’m going to start with the
chain three and that chain three is going to count as a double crochet so
including this chain three I want to have a total of twelve double crochets
so I’m going to do the rest of my double crochets through the center of the ring so I’m going to yarn over and go through
and do 11 more double crochets so I’ll have a total of twelve with that chain
three and then I’m going to pull my gel real
tight and that will make my circle smaller and now I want to slip stitch
into my beginning chain three and I’ll close that round off just like that
so now I’m going to work some ruffles around it so I can make the flower we’re
going to be working in the the front loops only of these stitches to do the
roughly part so what I want to do is I just slip stitch into the chain three so
now I want to go over to the next stitch I want to slip stitch into the next
stitch but I’m just going to slip stitch through the first loop of it Oh maybe yeah slip stitch through that so now I’m
where I want to start making the ruffles so I’m going to chain three which is
this counting as a double crochet now I’m going to go around in each loop the
front each stitch the front loop only though but each stitch now I’m going to
put four double crochets in each stitch the front loops only so I’m going to go
back into the same stitch that I just subsist into and I’m going to do three
more so I’ll have a total for counting that chain three so there’s two three four and then I’m going to go to the
next stitch right here and work four double crochets only through the front
loop so I’m going to go in and do four double crochets wanted your though ruffles on your
flower to be extra roughly could always put five double crochets in there but
I’m going to put four on mine and sometimes when you’re just working
in one loop it tends to stretch it but when I go in like that I like to hold on
to it down here and then complete my double that way it doesn’t stretch it
quite so much and I’ll grab it that’s just a little tip that works for me
sometimes working in my loop can really stretch it
out now I’m going to go in the front loop of the next stitch I’ll go through
and then I just kind of grab it down here to hold it so don’t stretch and
then I finish it out like this and I’m going to go around the whole piece here
doing four double crochets and that front loops only of these stitches okay
I made it back around and I went ahead and work my four double crochets in the
front loops of every stitch now what I want to do is slip stitch into my very
first chain three and that will close that round off like that and that’s what
we have so far so I’m going to go ahead and clip my yarn here so I can start
fresh in a different spot now go ahead and hide this tail a little
bit later so now I’m going to start again with a slipknot and now we’re going to be working in the
bath loops that we didn’t go into before here’s the back of my project and here’s
the back loops you can see them so you can start anywhere that you want kind of
fold these ruffles down so you can see and go ahead and go into the back loop
of any one of the stitches and pull through that slip knot on your hook and
do it chain 3 which is going to count as a double crochet now this time around
we’re going to put two double crochets in the back loop of these twelve
stitches so you’ll need to have a total of 24 double crochets at the end of this
round but we’re working in the back loops since we worked in the Front’s
before so I’m going to go ahead and go right back in the same stitch and do
another double crochet and then I’m going to just keep going around working
in the back loops putting two double crochets in each stitch and that’s what it’s looking like so
what we’re doing is we’re just basically increasing a circle the normal way we
would increase a circle I’m just adding these ruffles to it as we go so I’m
going to continue going around putting two double crochets in each stitch until
I get back to the beginning and I should have a total of 24 double crochets okay
after you made it all the way back around and you have here you counted
then you have your 24 double crochets just go ahead and slip stitch into the
beginning chain 3 to close that round off and now this again we want to do the
same thing that we did here it create another ruffle so we’re going to start
off by slip stitching into the next stitch but in the front loop only like
that chain 3 is going to count as a double crochet and I want to go back
through the front loop of this stitch again and do three more doubles for a
total of 4 double crochets so there’s four in that one now I’m just
going to work along and the front loops only again putting four double crochets
in each stitch all the way back around okay I made it back around again after
that second row of ruffles and again to end this round I want to sew stitch into
the very first chain 3 and I’m going to go ahead and clip my yarn again so I can
start fresh the new round and I’ll hide that tail later and that’s what we have
so far really pretty cute turning out pretty good besides all these tails
hanging that looks like a good job for my husband he can hide all these tails
for me that’s his job so now I’m going to start out with the slipknot again and
I’m going to do another row a double crochet on the back working in the back
loops so I’m going to start anywhere that I want and any one of these back
loops so go ahead and pulled me down so you can see so go ahead and pull through
that Slipknot on the hook chain 3 and that’s going to count as a double
crochet so now we’re going to continue increasing the circle so this time
around what we want to do is that Council is our first double crochet and
working in the back loops you want to go to the next and put two double crochets
in that stitch so it was one in the first one and then two in the next and
then you want to put one in the next one and then two double crochets in the next
so that’s going to be the pattern this time around made it back around after
that row of double crochets and you need to have a total of 36 double crochets at
the end of this row go ahead and slip stitch into your chain three to close
that round off now I’m not going to do another row of ruffles I’m going to I
think mice big enough for the bag that I’m going to make but you can definitely
do is when you was a ruffle that is you want you just
continue doing it the way that I showed you but now I’m just going to do
strating straight two rows of double crochet and just increase in the circle
as I go so now I’m going to chain three that counts as my first double crochet
so I’m going to go into the next double crochet and do another one so double
crochet double crochet in the next one I’m going to put two double crochets in
it shoo my put two double crochets in one
stitch that’s called an increase stitch so that’s just what I’ll call it from
that one so the next stitch is going to be a double crochet and the next stitch
a double crochet and then the next stitch is going to be our increase two
double crochets in the same stitch and then double crochet double crochet and then another increase
so you just want to repeat this pattern all the way back around to the beginning okay I’m coming to the end of this row
and at the end of every row you know that you counted right if your last
stitch is an increased stitch it’ll be like this every round relaxes
should always have the two double crochets in it and then you want to slip
stitch into your beginning chain three close our round off chain three again
cancels our first double crochet now we want to do another double crochet in the
next stitch double crochet in the next stitch and then we do our increase
stitch so this time around is going to be three double crochets in a row and
then we do our increase stitch that’s how it’s going to go from now on until
you get the size that you want and I’m not sure how many rows I’m going to do
but like this round has three double crochets in between the increases the
next row will have four double crochets in between the increases the next row
will have five double crochets in between the increases and so on so on
and that’s how you keep increasing a circle so I’m going to write a work on
mine and I’ll let you know how many total rounds that I do okay I got my piece done here and I did
a total of one two three four five six seven rounds down a very first one and
you can always make yours bigger if you want and then I made another one exactly
the same except for I didn’t put the flower on this one because I’m going to
make this my back and it too has seven rows but if you want to put the flower
on it you want the front in the back to be the same you go ahead you can do it
however you want but now I’m going to make the side piece here and you want to
start with a slipknot for this you want to do a chain of 13 so one two three
four five six seven eight okay now what you want to do is in the third
stitch from the hook we don’t count the ones on a hook you want to the third
stitch just go in it draw up a loop yarn over go back in the same stitch draw up
a loop yarn over the same stitch drop a loop and you’ll have six loops on your
hook yarn over and go through all six chain one two lock now you want to skip
a stitch and go into the next go into it go up a loop yarn over go in drop a loop
one more time yarn over go in drop a loop six loops yarn over and go through
all six chain one to lock so we’re just creating these little poofy stitches
skip a stitch and go on to the next go into it when you go into a new stitch
you never yarn over so go into it drop a loop and then we aren’t over go back in
skip stitch and go to the next one six chain one skip a stitch go do and do a
little poof stitch into the next chain one and then skip a stitch and should be
at the end do the last little poof stitch in your last stitch like that and
then you chain one to lock it now you want at the end of every where you want
to chain one and turn again so you chain one to lock it and then you
chain one again and we go directly and start doing a stitch right here in this
kind of big spot so we start by doing a little poofy stitch like we have been
doing oops six loops yarn over and go through all
Shane want to lock it and then now we’re just going to always be working in these
little big stitches beside each puff stitch so we’ll just come over here and
go into this one and do the little pouf stitch until you got six loops and we’ll
go through all one chain one a lock and then you jump over right here beside
this in that big space right there do your pouf stitch so this is really easy
to do once you get the hang of it and then jump over to this spot right
here and do the same and this is what I’m going to be doing rows of four the
side that I’m going to so why on my bag and you just do this to the end I’ll go
ahead and finish it out and when you get over here you’ll see
your spot at the end you’re on doll tangle oops and at the end you just chain one to
lock your last boo stitch chain one again and term and then you just start
right here and continue doing your poof stitches in these little spots beside
each booth stitch can you just keep going back and forth
doing that I already did mine a little while ago so I got my big piece made and
I did a total of 42 rows of the puff stitches and now I’m going to sew it
together with my two pieces so I’m going to start with a slipknot on my hook I’m
just going to sew it together right quick
it’s going to be sewn like this and then you bring the other piece on and so it
the same way so I’m just going to start with this piece and I’m going to sew it
with the good where the the good side is going to be showing so here’s my good
side if you have a side that you like better so when I sew it the seam is
still going to be on the outside I’m going to sew it using slip stitch and
you can just start anywhere on this piece that you want I’m gonna start up
in the corner of my piece and then any stitch along here and I’m going to go
ahead and pull through that slip knot that’s on my hope to start with and now
I’m just going to go along matching stitches slip stitching it together so
when these kind of stitches you’re not really they’ll see to well but I’m going
to go in the top of the very top loop to loop subs up pop stitch that’s on end
and then the next stitch over here slip stitch and then I’ll paste it here slip stitch not a puff stitch here on
the end so I’m going to go through the very two top loops of it like that and
then the next stitch on this piece slip stitch and then right here go in between
the puff stitches there’ll be a stitch just go right through that stitch here
and I’m just going to do this all the way around slip stitch in this on slip
stitch in it on and then what I’m going to do is take my other piece this will
be on like this I’ll take it all the way so it on should go around it I’m going
to take this one with this side facing me and sew it on the same way okay I got
mine sewed up both pieces sewed on and I actually had to go back and add more
rows of this because I didn’t think that I had enough so instead of doing 42 rows
I did 54 I added another 12 rows and you can do more or less too just depending
on how big you want your opening to me now handles you can add any kind of
handle that you want you can add one long one two short ones you can buy
handles whatever you want to do but for my handles if you want to do what I’m
doing I made these puff stitches again but in the beginning I just did a chain
of seven and then I just did my puff stitches back and forth that way it made
a shorter rope so I just did the seven and I just went ahead and did my puff
stitch and the third stitch from the hook and ice continued across just like
we made this really easy and I did 35 rows but you can do as many as you want
and what I’m going to do now is I’m going to kind of take my yarn needle and
fold it in half and put a few stitches down the seam to make it thicker so go
ahead and that out of the way take a piece of this yarn in my yarn you and I left long tails on each end that
way I could sew it onto the bag that way but I’m just going to take it and fold
it in half and I’m just going to put a few stitches all the way down the whole
piece and you don’t have to do this just like this I’m not going to stitch over
I’m going to stitch side to side that way there ain’t no stability the
stitches really and again this is not anything that you
have to do I just doing something different and make the ham to look a
little bit thicker kind of so I’m just going to do this all the way down and I
think I’m going to make two handles the exact same so I’m going to have to short
handles on my bag but if you choose it differently you go right ahead at your
bag you’re the artist you do whatever you want I’m just here to give you a
basic idea that’s what my gentleman’s so I’m going to go ahead and finish this
all the way down see it just makes a handle look a little thicker it’s kind
of interesting hey I got my handles sewed on what I did is I just sewed them
up one in each corner with my yarn eel and that’s it that’s all I did
that’s all I’m going to do one thing I would probably do is it mean you don’t
have to but I’m not going to do it but go around the top here with single
crochet I would do it but I just this is literally all the red yarn that I have
left I mean it took every little piece so I’m just going to leave it but if you
want more of a cleaner edge you can definitely do that and I hope you
enjoyed my tutorial I hope you are able to follow along okay if you make this
bag I love to see a picture of it you can post it on the bag a day crochet
Facebook page I’ll put a link below and don’t forget to check out all my other
tutorials and until next time have a good day

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