Felted Fun Fur Crochet Purse – Free Pattern

There are so many different things you can do when you combine different yarns in the same project. With this free crochet purse pattern, you’ll combine wool with faux fur novelty yarn. Then, after crocheting the purse, you’ll felt the entire project. The result is a unique texture with lots of flair. This felted fun fur crochet purse comes with a flap closure and straps. It’s a great go-to accessory for many different occasions.

Experiment with Felting Crochet

You can have a lot of fun if you’re open to experimenting with crochet. For example, felting can be a great adventure. This felted fun fur crochet purse pattern includes instructions for felting the finished purse. What’s unique about it is that you’ll combine fun fur with wool in this project. Each yarn felts differently. (In fact, some yarns don’t felt at all.) So, you never exactly know what you’ll get when you felt your crochet. However, if you take your time, check the work regularly, and enjoy playing with it, you can get a lot of excitement out of working with felted crochet.

Flap Closure and Handles for Felted Fun Fur Crochet Purse

Obviously, you’ll crochet the body of the purse. But what makes a bag a purse is really the details. A purse has handles, for one thing. You can purchase handles and add them to your crochet, which I’ve showcased in some of my other crochet purse patterns. However, you can also make your own handles. This cute, felted, fun fur crochet purse pattern links to the instructions for making your own twisted yarn cord handles. These add a fun feature to your handmade handbag.

The flap closure is the other main feature of this purse. It’s important to have some way to close your purse. Of course, some purses do have open tops. But how often has your purse slid off a car seat or dropped onto the floor, spilling out all of the contents? A closure prevents that from happening. You’ll crochet your own flap and attach it to create the closure for this fun accessory.

Detailed Instructions for the Advanced Beginner

This crochet purse pattern uses basic crochet stitches, working in one loop only and working with increases and decreases. An advanced beginner can definitely tackle this project. I’ve written the pattern with plenty of notes and details for exactly that purpose. If you’re looking to try something new and fun, then this felted fun fur crochet purse free pattern is a must-try.

Get The Felted Fun Fur Crochet Purse Free Pattern

Are you ready to crochet this fun purse? If so, then you can get the free pattern here or click the image below:

free Marly Bird felted crochet purse pattern

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