Let your Proud Knitter colors fly while carrying around your latest project in this fun project bag! This very easy bag requires almost no sewing (other than whip-stitching the cast-off edge [explained in the pattern] and attaching the handles with a yarn needle and yarn.) Only simple sewing skills needed to finish the front of the bag with the pictured design.
Skills needed are: Knitting in the round, K1fb, K2tog, YO (abbreviations are explained in pattern), very basic stitching skills with a yarn needle & yarn, embroidering (just with a plain straight stitch) if you would like to finish the bag with the wording and sheep shown on the example. Patterns for all the sheep pieces are included so you can cut them out and use them as a pattern when you cut your felt, and a template of the lettering is also included which will allow you to draw the letters on your bag if you're uncomfortable embroidering them free-handed.
Materials for bag:
29" Size 13 Round Needle
Two size 8 dpns
Worsted 100% wool suitable for felting - Bag shown was made with
Patons Classic Wool (233yds in each 100g skein) - 3 skeins (500 yds) of
Natural Mix and 1 skeins (233yds) of Currant
4 metal rings (1.5" rings from bag pictured were purchased in the
Black embroidery floss
(optional) Pre-made purse handles (if you go with pre-made handles, you'll
only need 2 skeins of the main color yarn instead of 3)
(optional) Water-soluble marking pen
(optional) Utility or craft knife
Finished size for bag (after felting) is approximately 10" wide, 12" tall, 4" deep.
Felted handles are each about 26" long.
Gauge: 12 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches in stockinette stitch
Pattern will be mailed to you upon receipt of payment. I typically check my e-mail at least once a day to answer questions and mail out patterns, so in most cases, you will receive it within 24 hours.
Have any questions? Contact the shop owner.