Crochet Laptop Bag Free Pattern

This is a free pattern for a crochet laptop bag with handles. This pattern features the arrow stitch and comes with full video and photo tutorials.


Are you looking for a crochet project that’s both stylish and functional? Look no further than this modern Crochet Arrow Laptop Bag pattern! This chic bag is perfect for carrying your laptop, tablet, or other essentials in style. With sturdy shoulder straps or handles, you can easily carry your belongings wherever you go.

The standout feature of this bag is the beautiful arrow stitch design. The arrow stitch adds a touch of modern flair and texture to the bag, making it a fashionable accessory for any outfit. The pattern includes detailed instructions, stitch diagrams, and both photo and video tutorials, making it accessible for intermediate crocheters looking to expand their skills.

Crochet Laptop Bag Pattern

What makes this bag even more appealing is its versatility. Use it as a laptop bag for work or school, a stylish tote for running errands, or a chic accessory for a day out. The sturdy construction ensures that your belongings stay safe and secure while you’re on the move.

Whether you’re a seasoned crocheter looking for a new challenge or an intermediate crafter ready to take your skills to the next level, the Crochet Arrow Laptop Bag pattern is a must-have. Continue to scroll for the free pattern.

Crochet Laptop Bag

The arrow stitch is more than just a crochet technique; it’s a modern design element that brings a contemporary flair to the classic laptop bag. Its clean lines and geometric patterns create a sense of sophistication and style, making it perfect for anyone looking to add a modern touch to their accessories. This stitch adds visual interest and depth to the bag, making it a fashionable and functional accessory for any modern crocheter.

Crochet Laptop Bag

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Pattern is written in US terminology

Materials

Skill level

  • Intermediate/Advanced. The maker should be very comfortable with reading patterns and understanding crochet terminology.

Pattern notes

  • This pattern is written using standard US crochet terms.
  • The bag is worked in the round, while the handles are worked in long rows.
  • The chain 1 never counts as a stitch.

Stitches used and abbreviations

  • ch = chain
  • st/sts = stitch/stitches
  • yo = yarn over
  • sp/sps = space/spaces
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • fptr = treble crochet

Video for the Crochet Laptop Bag

Gauge

4 sc x 5 rows = 1 square inch

Finished Measurements

10.5″ wide x 11″ long (without the handles)

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Pattern Instructions for the Crochet Laptop Bag

Foundation: ch 41

Round 1: work one sc in the second ch from the hook and in each ch across until you get the the last ch. Work 4 sc in the last ch – you will now ‘turn the corner’ and work one sc in the backside of each ch all the way back to the beginning. Work 3 sc in the last ch. Join with a sl st to the first st. Ch 1. (84 sc)

Round 2: work one sc in each st around. Join with a sl st to the first st. Ch 1. (84 sc)

Round 3: repeat this sequence all the way around: [one sc in each of next 3 sts, ch 1, sk 1]. You should end the round with a ch 1. Join with a sl st to the first st. Join with a sl st to the first st. Ch 1. (63 sc, 21 ch-1 sps)

*Mark the skipped sc in the center of the ch-1 sp from two rounds below that is at the beginning/end of the second round. You may not feel the need to do this. I did, because it was easier for me to find this space when it came time to crochet into it on Round 5.

Mark the unworked dc from 2 rows below

Round 4: work one dc in each st and in each ch-1 sp all the way around. Join with a sl st to the first st. Ch 1. (84 dc)

Round 5: begin working the arrow stitch. Refer to this video if you need help or scroll down for the photo tutorial)

  • Work one sc in the first st.
  • Locate the unworked sc where you put your stitch marker (from two rounds below).
  • Yo twice.
  • (This will feel like you’re working backwards) Go back and insert your hook into the unworked sc (from two rounds below) and pull up a loop. You now have 4 loops on your hook.
  • Repeat this twice: yo and pull through 2 loops. Two loops remain. Leave these on the hook for now.
  • Locate the next unworked sc in the ch-1 sp from two rows below. This will be a few sts away.
  • Yo twice.
  • Insert your hook into that unworked sc and pull up a loop.
  • Repeat this twice: yo and pull through two loops. Three loops remain.
  • Yo one final time and pull through all three loops. The first arrow st is now made.
  • Look behind the arrow st you just made. Notice the unworked st behind it. Leave this alone.
  • Work a sc in the next st.
  • Ch 1
  • Sk 1
  • Work a sc in the next st.
  • Now locate the sc from two rows below where you finished your last arrow st. This is where you’ll start your next arrow st.
  • Repeat steps 3-16 all the way around, ending with a ch 1. Join with a sl st to the first st. Ch 1. (21 arrow sts)

*now remove your stitch marker and place it into the unworked dc in the center of the ch-1 sp from two rows below. This is where you’ll start your next arrow st in Round 7.

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Round 6: work one dc in each and in each ch-1 sp all the way around. Join with a sl st to the first st. Ch 1. (84 dc)

Rounds 7-31: repeat Rounds 5 & 6, making Round 31 a repeat of Round 5.

Round 32: Work one sc in each st and in each ch-1 sp all the way around. Join with a sl st to first st. Ch 1. (84 sc)

Rounds 33-35: Work one sc in each st all the way around. Join with a sl st to first st. Ch 1. (84 sc)

Fasten off and weave in all ends.

Crochet Laptop Bag Photo Tutorials
Crochet Laptop Bag Photo Tutorials

Bag Straps

Make two straps

* you can make your straps as long/short as you like. Feel free to take rows away/add more stitches to your liking. Consider my stitch count just a guide. Mine are approx. 32″ long, but 16″ after sewn on to the bag.

Foundation row: make 129 foundation sc. Ch 1, turn. (129 fsc)

Rows 2-5: make 1 sc in each st across. Ch 1, turn. (129 sc)

Fasten off leaving a tail long enough for sewing to the bag.

**Repeat these steps for each end of each strap**

  • Thread a tapestry needle with a piece of yarn that’s just over two times the length of the strap.
  • Count up 10 sts from each end.
  • Secure a stitch marker through the 10th st on the first row and the last row. Your strap should look like it’s folded or rolled up.
  • Now with your tapestry needle, begin to whipstitch from one stitch marker to the next stitch marker, leaving the last 10 sts on each end flat.
  • Once you get all the way to the second stitch marker, fasten off and secure the end.
  • Thread another piece of yarn on your tapestry needle. This one doesn’t have to be very long. Maybe about 12″.
  • Place the flat ends of the strap on the bag (use additional stitch markers to tack it down if need be). I placed mine at about the 4th arrow st down from the top and 2.5 arrow sts in from the sides. Sew along 3 sides. Fasten off and secure.

Repeat the above steps to make the second strap.

Crochet Laptop Bag

 

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