Crochet Clutch Pattern: Bow Clutch

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This listing is for the PATTERN ONLY for the Bow Clutch.

Despite appearances, this clutch works up so quickly, you’ll be able to make a couple in one sitting. A simple stitch variation gives this clutch its ribbed texture, and the big bow gives it a pop of visual interest. Of course, you can customize this in a ton of ways by swapping out different kinds and colors of yarn, using any kind of button, or adding a fabric lining. This is a great pattern for beginners or for those seeking an “immediate gratification” project. Go ahead and make one for each of your friends– it won’t take long!

After cleared payment Etsy will send you a link to download the pattern, to the e-mail you have listed on your Etsy account. It will arrive as a three-page, high-resolution PDF. You may sell items made from this pattern, but you may not distribute this pattern in printed or digital form. By purchasing this item, you are agreeing to all copyright and policies outlined in the Policies section of this shop.

This bag measures about 7 inches wide, 5 inches tall.
The stitches used are chain, single crochet, and single crochet decrease (in American terminology). There are no complicated stitches in this pattern, but you will need to have some pattern-reading knowledge in order to construct the clutch (there are written instructions for the single crochet decrease as well as construction). I consider this a beginner/intermediate pattern.

I have included links to tutorials if you are interested in lining this bag with fabric. Of course, my door is always open if you have any questions!

HOOK/YARN: 6.5mm, Medium (4)


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All patterns sold here assume that you have at least basic knowledge of starting, finishing off, and basic crochet stitches. I do welcome questions, but YouTube or Google may be able to help you faster and more thoroughly than I will be able to via convo or e-mail!

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