Plastic bags are everywhere and they can be very messy items in your home! Is there always that doubt: fold everything up to take up less space or put it in a drawer just for them anyway? Well, the craft can help you not only with decorating items, but also the organization of your environment. Today we are going to crochet bag puller :
Thus, the crochet bags can be great items to have at home and save space and avoid unnecessary mess. So we've separated 60 pictures, tips and a few step-by-step tutorials in this post to inspire you and help you choose the one that suits you and your environment.
First and foremost, be aware of these details of the crochet pulls:
- Various shapes and sizes : The cylindrical shape is not a fundamental feature. After all, the bag puller only needs to be able to store bags. So use creativity and think of other interesting formats.
- A guide way : For those who are learning to work with crochet or prefer to work with guides, a great tip is to use a guide to help with size and format. It is very common for people to use PET bottles for this purpose. They have a shape very close to the classic and can be used later to ensure the structure of the puller even when it is emptier.
- The colors that match your home : There are a multitude of crochet lines, from the thinnest to the thickest, with varying colors that can even get lost in the craft shops. Choose the one that fits most with your environment, from the most neutral to the most colorful and vibrant.
60 Gorgeous models pulls crochet bag to enhance your decor
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Picture 1 - Simple and elegant crochet pull-bag.
The pull-bags have a simple cylinder shape and even those who are learning their first points can venture to make one. But to give a little more personality, how about thinking of an accessory, like a tie, for him?
Picture 2 - Bag-crochet bag in string in basket format.
A super interesting format for you that wants something more neutral in your environment!
Picture 3 - Bicolor and with application of flowers.
The flowers will appear several times in this post, formed along with the sack or even applied afterwards.
Picture 4 - Owl-shaped crochet pouch.
Some animals are fairly referenced when it comes to pull-bag or kitchen decor. One is the owl, which gains a special finalization with its characteristic ears, eyes and beak.
Picture 5 - Crocheted bag-type fish out of water.
Another animal with many references in the searches on the pull-sacks. The cool thing is that it's very close to the classic format.
Picture 6 - Friendly carrot pulls sack.
Some baggers are thought of with certain colors to camouflage themselves in the environment, but a great idea is to use it to show their crochet skills and to catch the attention of everybody, like this smiling little carrot!
Picture 7 - Simple and discreet crochet bag.
For those who prefer something with a reduced size and that can be "hidden" behind the door, it is worth a clearer and neutral color.
Picture 8 - Mermaid tail pull-bag.
Another fun example with the format.
Picture 9 - Pull-string bag with elaborate stitches.
Now, if you are already an expert in crochet and prefer the more elaborate compositions, take a look at this model. The quality of the dots draws attention as the color gives a more neutral and clean air.
Image 10 - Crochet bag pull on the hanger.
Another way to get out of the traditional format! Incidentally, this bag puller can even be used in the wardrobe as a purse for other items and accessories.
Figure 11 - Crochet bag with graphic or open stitch.
The more open points create niches to see how the amount of sachets walks inside.
Image 12 - Another example of application with flowers.
Picture 13 - Colored crochet crochet bag with mixed line.
But if you prefer something with simple dots and a more eye-catching color, think of the most vibrant and even color-mixed.
Image 14 - White flowers.
By reversing the neutral background examples with colorful flowers.
Picture 15 - Flowers of all kinds.
This type of flower is made directly in the construction of the crochet cylinder.
Picture 16 - Foxglove.
Giving a more playful and fun tone to the bagger and incorporating to the traditional format, a super cute little fox and full of personality.
Picture 17 - Wings-bag cumbuca.
Another special and inspired way in the most basic storage item we have - cumbucas or bowls.
Image 18 - Simple and colorful crochet pulls.
Another example of a simple shooter with more difficult points. But do not dispense the vibrant color, think of it in your favor!
Picture 19 - Sack-bag colored fish.
Mixing white with more vibrant and eye-catching colors.
Image 20 - Application of fabric letters.
The pull-bag can be used to store other things too, especially children's. With an application with letters, you can identify what's inside and still keep the environment fun.
Image 21 - Camouflaged crochet pulls.
For the more skilled in the art of crochet, here's a great tip - think of ways that flee completely from the conventional pull-bag and that can still work great as a decoration.
Image 22 - Buttons applied.
If you think your bagger is too simple, make applications. Buttons, brooches, even sequins can work well!
Picture 23 - Pet-crochet crochet bag.
The transparent PET bottle can be your best friend when it comes to forming your bagger. It gives structure to it and still allows an alternative lateral opening beyond the classic one at the ends.
Picture 24 - Daisies on the wine background.
Another example of applications with flowers.
Image 25 - How to make a crochet puller with a different clasp.
There are several websites and blogs about crochet that teach you the step by step of several of the models we present here.
Image 26 - Crocheted crocheted crocheted niches.
Another florid puller, but this time, with little flowers in niches, like in a vertical garden.
Image 27 - Simple crochet pull with different stitches.
Image 28 - Pull-bag with stripes of flowers.
Picture 29 - Pull-sack snowflake.
The cool thing about crochet and hand crafts in general is that you can use these techniques to make things useful for you and your house and still have your favorite themes!
Picture 30 - Owl pulls-bag.
Another example of a super cute and useful owl for your kitchen.
Picture 31 - Pull-bag of simple of string.
Although there are several colorful examples and different characters, the more traditional items are timeless and by betting on the neutral, this bag puller can become a classic item in your home!
Picture 32 - Pull-crochet bag step by step - flower pot pulls bag!
Picture 33 - Fun crochet bag.
Craftsmanship has several ways of making things more fun or playful. Sometimes just applying mobile eyes already makes everything different and fun.
Image 34 - Crocheted bag with flowers for those who are starting to venture into the hand crafts.
Image 35 - Different crochet pulls.
Picture 36 - Bee-eater.
Another interesting animal to refer to by format.
Image 37 - Ambiguous bagpipes for owls.
Picture 38 - Pouffe-pouch or poured whatever you want for the kitchen.
How about completely changing the conventional structure and points and betting on a network type format? Take advantage of not to hide what you have inside and even use it to store other items.
Image 39 - Ballerina pull.
For those who do not want something too simple, making a few more elements can turn your bagger into a character for your kitchen.
Picture 40 - Simple and empty bag pull.
Image 41 - Pull-bag with simple stitch in crochet.
Picture 42 - Mini pull-bag for walking in the street with your pets.
Pullers are not just for big market bags, but for any type that needs a niche. This makes us think directly in the little bags to collect the subject of their animals at the time of the tour.
Picture 43 - Pull-bag with line.
Crochet can be made with a huge variety of threads and string, from the thinnest to the smallest needles, even the thickest, that can be made with the arms!
Image 44 - Pull-crochet mixed cylinder bag.
Image 45 - Vase of artificial flowers.
Picture 46 - Pull-bag Dona Ratinha.
How about a completely different and unusual character in the shape of a jerk? Use all your creativity and crochet skills to craft it!
Image 47 - Varying the colors of the flowers.
Image 48 - Combining cool colors.
We almost always think of warm colors like yellow, orange, pink and red to color the flowers, mainly to give that spring mood to the house. But here's an example of how the colder flowers work very well combined with the green leaves and the neutrality of the white.
Image 49 - The stripes of your choice.
Picture 50 - Pussy-bag of mixed cat line.
Another super-interesting animal to format a shooter.
Picture 51 - Children's pull-bag
Another colorful example with applications for a more playful mood.
Image 52 - Stripes of different crochet stitches.
Picture 53 - Pull-Bag Strawberry.
In addition to the animals, which are super cute as a shooter, also think about your favorite berries!
Image 54 - Colored tube.
Image 55 - Light colors and simple point for a more neutral composition.
Picture 56 - Pull-Sack fish with kitchen set.
An inspiration not only for the pull-sacks but also for a complete kitchen set if you are a big fan of crochet decor.
Image 57 - Almost a rainbow.
Image 58 - Colorful Owl.
Image 59 - Come-bag, your next favorite little monster.
Another tip for crochet, knitting or even sewing experts. Turn everyday items into super cute and fun characters for your home!
Image 60 - Black, white and chevron print for a neutral and modern home.