The Crochet Cottage Bag Pattern!

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Well, here it is, at last.

The pattern.

The pattern… for the crochet house shoulder-bag that I designed. It’s been a while coming. Would you like to make one? It’s not that hard, honest, just a little fiddly around the windows. But I’ve explained everything in the pattern. And if you run into any problems, you can always give me a shout. I’m really very, very excited about this thing. Sometimes a crazy idea in your head just works.

house in bits

And it’s free! 🙂

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So without further ado, shall we cut the ribbon and commence the unveiling? Yes? Well, the pattern is…… HERE! Just a click on that word, and it can be yours. Enjoy. And on Ravelry, it’s here. ERRATUM: The pattern currently tells you to finish working the grey panels in the door  in row 17, but they should in fact continue up to and including row 23. Then in rows 24 and 25 you just have the plain blue of the door.

Gosh, this might be the shortest blog post I’ve ever published.

Happy hooking, my fine friends.

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36 Comments

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36 Responses to The Crochet Cottage Bag Pattern!

  1. Thanks for sharing the pattern, it’s inspired and a great deal of fun.

  2. I downloaded the pattern 🙂 It is so unusual and attractive and might get made for someone one day. Thank you for sharing your ingenuity and talent so freely! . and Just so you know, clicking the free pattern on Ravelry just brought me back to this post.

  3. Karen Crimson Kettle

    It’s gorgeous, how generous of you. 🙂

  4. That is REALLY cute! My boys would love this 🙂

  5. You’re so talented. I love this.

  6. this is just so lovely! You’ve got a great imagination to work this 🙂

  7. Sarah

    That really is gorgeous, and not much smaller than my house!

  8. Sharyn

    I was able to get the pattern on your web site but the link in my e-mail did not work. So just to let people know go to the web site.

  9. Yes, yes I need this. 🙂

  10. Just subscribed to your blog……you’re funny as the very dickens!

  11. Thanks for sharing! This is one of the cutest things I have seen lately, I love the details of the flowers 🙂

  12. Alicadabra

    I’m fairly sure I don’t have the patience to make anything so intricate and beautiful, but I can’t help thinking that, sooner or later, I’m going to feel compelled to try anyway… Thank you for the fab pattern 🙂

  13. OMG I love it!!!! Congratulations!!!

  14. The bag is wonderful. Well done! And thanks for sharing the pattern x

  15. This looks exactly like our cottage (minus the lovely plant… Can’t grow one through a pavement). I may have to make one as a cushion instead!

  16. sally cousins

    LOVE this!! I’m a dolls house enthusiast so it’s perfect – thank you!

  17. I am not able to find the download for this pattern

    • The Twisted Yarn

      Where it says that you can download it HERE, click on the ‘here’ and it’ll take you straight to the pattern. Do note the erratum that I’ve added to the blog post, though. (And apologies for slow reply. Winter lurgies interfered with life.)

  18. Carol

    So cute, thank you so much for sharing your pattern…

  19. Helen

    Thanks so much for sharing this gem with us. Your talent and imagination are most impressive SMILE Helen

  20. I haven’t had time to crochet much for a while, but am saving this pattern for when the opportunity arises . . . thanks so much for sharing it! ~ Linne

    • The Twisted Yarn

      You’re very welcome, and thank you for your kind comment. (Please note amended blog post with erratum if you decide to go ahead.)

  21. Karen Stevens

    I hope you know how those of us on a limited income (retired) appreciate your kindness with free patterns! While I have more patterns than I could do in a lifetime, I love having the ability to find something that will suit my fancy and not have to come up with cash.Thank you for your generosity!

    • The Twisted Yarn

      And thank YOU for your lovely comment. I do have a tendency to produce annoyingly fiddly patterns (especially this one – and please note in the blog post that there’s an error in the pattern), so I almost feel that I should be compensating people who make them for the stress caused!

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  24. María José

    Thank you!!!! Beautifull!!!!!

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