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This bag is so much fun, with so much color! Knit with only three balls of Noro Kureyon. These sample bags each use two or three different Kureyon colorways in one purse, with a few uniting colors in all balls. Solid-colored features (bottom of bag and I-cord handles) are knit of a coordinating solid (less pricey) feltable yarn.
The bag is knit with just one strand of yarn, so it has a nice, soft (and lightweight) feel compared to other similar felted bags. It also means the project will not cost an arm and a leg at the yarn shop. Finished bag is approximately 7 inches x 11 inches at the base and 12 inches tall.
Yarn Required: Noro Kureyon (worsted weight, single-ply feltable multicolored wool): Three (3) 50gm balls in related but different colorways. Alternately, use all one colorway in Kureyon; or two skeins of one colorway and one of another. Also, 220yd of worsted-weight feltable solid yarn in related colorway. Earth-toned bag shown was knit in Di.Ve' Autunno (Cascade Yarns).
Needle: Size 10.5 US\/6.5 mm, 24-inch circular, or whatever size allows you to reach gauge above. Also, 2 Double-Pointed Needles (DPNs) in size 10 or 10.5 (shorter DPN's are preferred).
For sale is one pattern in PDF downloadable format, for personal use. Download is via the Etsy system.