Back to school? Don’t forget your bag!

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From trying on new duds to picking out school supplies, preparing for class is an exercise in self-expression. While you’re busy planning lunches and checking off supply lists, don’t forget a standout book bag! Check out this roundup of unique crochet backpack patterns for all grade levels.

From Boho Crochet

Bright and fresh backpack from Boho Crochet. Find more happy, colorful patterns in the book.

For Preschool Kids

Send little ones to their first day with a bag that doubles as a fun friend. Find these and more patterns for school including crocheted pencil pouches, apple cozies with animal faces, and more character tote bags in Amigurumi on the Go.

From Amigurumi on the Go
From Amigurumi on the Go

For Grade School

Send kids back to class with homework and library books in this cute crocheted messenger bag. Find more character and animal-themed bags in Amigurumi on the Go.

From Amigurumi on the Go
Amigurumi on the Go

For Junior High and High School

A felted messenger bag is sturdy enough for carrying supplies and books between classes. Find instructions for crocheting and felting this bag and more in Crocheted Pursenalities.

From Crocheted Pursenalities
From Crocheted Pursenalities

For College and University

A big boho bag with a leather strap is perfect for college students, and goes great with a crocheted tablet cover and cell phone case to protect electronics. Find these and more colorful crocheted patterns in Boho Crochet.

Boho Crochet From Boho Crochet
Boho Crochet

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Which do you prefer: a backpack or a messenger bag? Tell us in the comments!

3 Comments (leave a comment)

  • My favorite crochet author. So many cute bags.
    I prefer messenger bags for my own use.

    —Lynne on August 19, 2015
  • I don’t know….I love them both, I have lots of things to carry ;).

    —Suzie on August 19, 2015
  • crocheted Pursenalities for the felted bag and Boho Crochetor the tablet covers just to start

    —ckachel on August 21, 2015

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