Scrappy Crochet Bag

Design by Jessie Rayot, owner of Jessie At Home.

Scrappy Crochet Bag by Jessie Rayot from Jessie At Home
Scrappy Crochet Bag by Jessie Rayot from Jessie At Home

The Scrappy Crochet Bag is a great way to use up those small balls of yarn you have left over from various projects. It’s a fun stash-buster and can be made as a little purse for your phone and a few other small items, or even as a water bottle holder. I just took mine on vacation and people loved it!


  • Finished Size: 5×7″ when laid flat
  • Gauge: 18 sts x 18 rows = 4” [10 cm] in single crochet


  • Yarn: Kraemer Yarns Tatamy DK, size 3 – (45% cotton, 55% acrylic), (100 g / 250 yds) – 40 g / 100 yds used
    Various scrap yarn sizes 1-4 cut into 4″ strips approximately 150 yds used
    72 yds of various yarns in 2 yd pieces (36 pieces, each 2 yds long)
  • Hook: US-7, 4.5mm
  • Other Supplies: Yarn needle

Skill Level: Intermediate

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