Here’s the perfect tote for a trip to the farmer’s market. This felted bag has a 2 color slip stitch pattern that mimics basketry. The solid colored bottom is oval shaped and gently rounds into the straight sides. The bag is knit of bulky weight yarn and then felted to create a very dense sturdy fabric. The pattern includes directions for felted I-cord handles. Finishing at approximately 15” across and 10” high, it’s big enough to accommodate all of your purchases. Basic instructions for ...

This pattern allows you to make your laptop sleeve fit your laptop perfectly, no matter the size. Bag and pocket are knitted in the round with custom fit and optional sizing. Instructions include two handle styles (to use with or without hardware) and an optional zipper closure.

This bag is constructed from the bottom and is all in one piece including handles. Only sewing is finishing the pockets, and the handles.

This messenger bag is pieced as it is knit - so, there is minimal sewing to do at the end! - then felted. Instructions are written - no need for charts here - and there are instructions included for the optional lining.

This is a bag that shows off the beauty of self-striping yarns to their best advantage. Knit across, up, and in new directions on this little bag that has the added bonus of a small pocket on each side for a little extra storage.

A felted bag pattern with two sizes worked in a mosaic pattern and then felted. Options for a number of mosaics and suggestions for other color patterns are also included.

For this felted bag, I wanted to create a structured base for highlighting a two-coloured houndstooth fair isle pattern.

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