Cute crochet charms are the craft trend you need to try

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Try making one of these cute crochet charmsEdwin Grandas - Getty Images

If you have leftover yarn from your latest knitting or crochet project, we have the perfect way to use it – why not make a cute crochet charm!

Crafters across the world have been taking to social media to share their tiny (and very sweet!) crochet charm creations – and you're guaranteed to be inspired.

From fun flowers to tiny fruit, there are so many different crochet charms to make. They're the perfect accessory to tie onto a handbag or purse, or string them together to make a cute garland for your home.

Crochet charms are the perfect craft project if you'd learned how to crochet and would like to use your skills to create cute pieces – you don't need to be a really advanced stitcher to give them a go.

To inspire you to get started, we've put together our favourite crochet charms made by crafters across the world.

Happy stitching!

Say it with flowers

Crochet flowers bouquets are one of our favourite crochet trends, and these charms are a great way to make your blooms in miniature.

We love this tulip charm from Joey's Crochet on TikTok – it would look adorable hanging on your favourite handbag.

Super sweet strawberries

If you like the idea of making handbag charms, why not try something like this lovely strawberry, posted by Putri on TikTok.

The strawberries are made from super chunky yarn in red and pink and attached to each other and wound round the bag using a foundation chain. Storing sweets and coins in the strawberries is such a good trick, too!

Bring on the blueberries

And sticking with the fruit theme, why not make a whole fruit salad of crochet charms for your handbag?

This blueberry charm from Emily on TikTok would make a lovely addition to a strawberry charm and can be worked up in minutes!

These owls are a hoot

Or if you fancy something different (but still very cute!), an owl bag charm like this one from Zeno Threads on TikTok is a really fun project to try.

It's a very simple form of amigurumi and will look really cute on your handbag or purse. Plus, make it is a great way to use up leftover scraps of yan

Do you love crochet? Share your creations with us by tagging @primamag in your pictures on Instagram!

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