Girly Bags II

One of my colleagues loved the Bracelets and Earrings my daughters (of 8 and 6) made a couple of weeks ago for King's Day and asked if she could buy some of them for her nieces. 

To wrap them up nicely, she asked me to crochet some girly bags. I want to make about eight bags, so she has something to choose from. In a couple of weeks there will be a garage sale in the little village where my brother lives and my daughters have planned to participate with their earrings and bracelets. They can sell the bags my colleague doesn't want, too, and my daugthers can keep all the earnings. I just like it how they learn to deal with money this way. 

The second two bags we called Dreamcatcher and Happy Hippie.

Together my daugthers and me made up the 'themes' of the bags, but a basic pattern for the bags you can buy here.

The Girly Bags we made so far:


My Summer Dress was featured by Across The Boulevard!

Thank you!


  1. Hello Liz,

    Love your little crochet bags, so cute! :)

    Ingrid xx

  2. These are so pretty! Would love to have you share on the Pleasures of the NW's DIY Party!

  3. These are precious! Such talented little ladies! x Karen

  4. cute! :)

    Thanks for joining Cooking and Crafting with J & J!

  5. SWEET. I love them. Pinning also. Best of the weekend to you. Linda @Crafts a la mode

  6. I love this idea of making all types of different themes from the same pattern. They are both great and the hippie bag is so cool.

  7. Lovely! I came over from Carolyns Homework link party. I have a link party on my blog on weekends. I was hoping you wanted to join? All the best, Annemarie

  8. That is a good way to teach your daughters about money! And what beautiful little bags. They look really wonderful, and so nice for packaging a gift. Thank you for sharing with us at the Hearth and Soul Hop, Liz.

  9. Too cute! Love the little bags.

  10. So very cute! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!


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