Coin purses are so tiny but so useful. Not to mention how cute they are! And we love the idea of a crocheted coin purse, which is so versatile and so budget-friendly. You can make one by using yarn scraps, and you can choose a model you like from these 10 free patterns we are sharing below.
Most of them are suitable even for beginners, and they are all very quick to make. They make the ultimate weekend crochet project and a beautiful gift you can easily personalize by adding details and choosing specific colors. So, go ahead and take a look at our favorite free patterns for crocheted coin purses!
Bonbon Kisses Crochet Pouch
free pattern at mooglyblog.com
We love this small crocheted pouch in the colors of the rainbow! It is made with the awesome Lion Brand Yarn Bonbons – “Brights” pack. You can make two pouches out of one pack of yarn. There is a video tutorial included for this pattern.
Tapestry Crochet Coin Purse
free pattern at mypoppet.com.au
This little tapestry crochet coin purse is so easy to make, and you will surely end up making plenty of them in the end. They make a perfect, cute, and budget-friendly gift. To make this purse, you will need a 3.5mm crochet hook of 8 ply cotton in 2 colors, stitch marker, zip, and some sewing thread & needle.
Crochet Owl Pouch
free pattern at 1dogwoof.com
How cute is this owl pouch? We love the idea, the design, the colors. Not to mention how owls are totally in right now. You will need cotton or worsted weight yarn, a G-sized hook, tapestry needle, scissors, a small button, and 9mm animal eyes to crochet this pouch. When you have everything ready, just follow the free pattern you can find on the link above.
Simple Coin Purse Pattern
free pattern at craftsy.com
You need basic skills only to make this adorable coin purse. As for materials, you will need: small amount of ww yard, hook to obtain gauge (g or h). You can download the free pattern in pdf. We love the bright colors chosen for the purse on the photo above, but feel free to use your favorite pallet.
Chic Crochet Coin Purse
free pattern at persialou.com
So chic! We love the black and white; we love the golden frame, we simply love this chic crochet coin purse! Can you believe the pattern for this purse is totally free? And even better, this purse is so easy to make. It would make a beautiful gift. To make it, you will need a Darice purse frame, worsted weight yarn, size H (5.00 mm) crochet hook, and a yarn needle.
Watermelon crochet coin purse
free pattern at ravelry.com
If you are looking for a cool looking, easy level coin purse, then this is the one for you! This watermelon crochet purse is so summered perfect and so easy to make. It makes an awesome gift that is also budget-friendly. Simply download the free pattern and start crocheting. When done, rock it along with a watermelon inspired manicure!
Small Square Coin Purse
free pattern at nicelycreatedforyou.blogspot.com
This small square coin purse with keyring and clasp is so simple yet beautiful. To crochet it, you will need to prepare the following: worsted weight acrylic yarn, 4mm crochet hook, 0.875-inch button, swivel clasp with split ring, and some stitch markers. We love the final result! Feel free to choose your favorite color for the yarn.
Crochet Hexagon Coin Purse
free pattern at flamingotoes.com
This simple little crochet coin purse is a quick and easy gift idea, perfect for a friend, teacher, or even Mother’s Day! Just choose your favorite 3 yarn colors, some fabric for the lining, thread to match the lining, yarn and embroidery needles, some embroidery thread to match the coin purse, and a sew-on frame.
MakeUp or Coin Crochet Pouches
These little cuties can be used for storing coins or makeup or whatever you wish! We love how easy and budget-friendly they are. You can make a bunch of them, and you can even use yarn scraps. The tutorial is in Spanish, but you can always use google translate.
free pattern at ravelry.com
Here is another cute pattern for making a coin purse available for free both in English and Japanese. Both English and Japanese versions are fully charted using standard knitting and/or crochet symbols. You do need to be logged in to ravelry.com to download it. Make sure to use 100% Cotton yarn.