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I began designing knitting patterns as I started teaching knitting back in 2010 since I wanted to provide my students with simple patterns to push their skills. As I continued to design, inspiration ...
I began designing knitting patterns as I started teaching knitting back in 2010 since I wanted to provide my students with simple patterns to push their skills. As I continued to design, inspiration caught me up in its whirlwind and I began playing with color and patterns. However, my continuing goal is to create patterns which inspire and teach new techniques to beginning and intermediate knitters.
Recently, I joined with a partnership to run our local yarn shop and part of that was creating a space to display and sell local handmade fiber art. Inspired by the pieces coming into the shop, I started creating functional pieces of art.
Add some pretty to your market bag! This bag scrunches down to fit into your purse and expands to hold a couple of half-gallon containers and even a couple of cans (or even your latest yarn purchase)!
A beautiful dandelion panel adds a touch of beauty to your basic market bag. This pattern has been test-knitted.
While my original yarn has been discontinued, any sport-weight cotton or cotton blend will work nicely for producing a hard-wearing market bag.
20 stitches and 32 rows = 4"
197 yards of Sport weight