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1  Re:knitted bag for knitting goodies in Knitting: Discussion and Questions by snazzypants on: April 04, 2004 10:18:22 AM
Hi,
   A while ago, I knitted and felted this bag for the intention of using it as a knitting bag. It holds a lot of stuff and I made a little knitting needle carrying case to carry around, um... knitting needles and the like. The pattern is pretty simple. More or less, cast on 100 or so stiches on size 13 circular needles and knit in the round for however many inches you want. Towards the top, add in a fun novelty yarn (mine is Fun Fur from Lion Brand) while decreasing the number of stiches so the opening is smaller than the bottom. Cast off, sew the seam together at the bottom and sew across the points to make it square bottomed, add the handles, and then felt. The bag is great. I got the pattern from Fiber Trends.
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2  Re:square bottomed lined bag tutorial in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by snazzypants on: April 04, 2004 10:03:49 AM
Here  is my Jordy bag with a little flower.

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3  Re:Purse Pockets Insert similar to a Purseket in Purses, Bags, Wallets: Completed Projects: General by snazzypants on: April 03, 2004 02:24:26 PM
Well, this is my first post...

Like NynaeveAS, I saw this product in a magazine and thought that I could make it. So I did, with a few differences than NynaeveAS'. I used cotton for my material instead of vinyl and used interfacing between them. I also did two rows of stiching between the pockets to make them a little stronger. And finally I added some piping to the top of the pockets to protect it from the wear and tear of taking things in and out of them.



I'll work on posting pictures so that it does't look so... bad.
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