Crochet yarn or thread
Supplies for bag
Hot glue gun
Chain 4 and form a ring. Chain 3 (counting as 1dc) and then work 2 dc into the ring, this is our first cluster of 3dc. Now chain 2 and work 3 dc into the ring again. Repeat *ch2, dc3* until you have four 3dc-clusters. To close round 1 work a slip stitch into the top of the first ch3.
Slip stitch through the top of the chain clusters near hook, bringing hook to the loop between the previous round’s chain clusters. Chain three from hook (counting as 1dc). Work 2 dc into the loop. Chain 2 and work 3 dc into the same loop, this will form the corner of the granny square. Repeat *ch2, dc3* until you have eight 3dc-clusters, 1 pair of 3 dc-cluster on each corner.
Take a different coloured yarn. Slip stitch through the loop between the previous round’s chain clusters. Similarly crochet the corner then chain 2. Work 3 dc into the next loop from round-2. Chain 2 and form corner like we did before. Repeat *ch2, dc3* until you have twelve 3dc-clusters, 1 pair of 3 dc-cluster on each corner and one 3 dc-cluster into the middle loop.
Take a different coloured yarn. Repeat the corner stitch and chain 2 before each 3 dc-cluster to complete your granny square. You can stop once you’re satisfied with the size of the granny square.
Crochet 6 or 9 granny squares.
Attaching the Granny Squares:
Place 2 granny squares together with their right sides facing each other. Take a yarn and tie a knot through the loops of both granny squares.
Now work single crochet through loops of both granny squares on any one side to attach them. Similarly attach the other granny squares together. Or you can simply stitch them using needle and thread.
Make a bag using fabrics of your choice but the size should be appropriate for the attached granny square patterns. Use hot glue to attach the pattern on the front side of the bag.
Create tassels using different coloured yarns and attach them on the bottom side of the attached granny square pattern.
Time to show off your pretty crochet bag!