Felted Half and Half Bag

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Felted Half and Half Bag Pattern


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Knitting: Felted Half and Half Bag
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit
  • purl
  • p2tog
  • k2tog
  • i-cord (instructions included with pattern
  • knit in the round (use circular needles

Pattern Description:

Crammed with 10 pages' worth of colour photographs and diagrams, and lots of tips and hints and suggestions and explanations, this is a great pattern for the new felter. Pace is intensely knowledgeable about her subject and seems to teach as naturally as she breathes. She notes: "Most felted bag patterns use size 13 (9mm) or larger needles, leaving visible stitching. They also have you use two strands of yarn, which really prices up your costs. I use only 1 strand with my patterns. They are just as strong and have a very nice 'hand'. VERY detailed step by step instructions for this pattern including a stitch guide, multiple photos and simple seaming instructions, plus instructions for adding the optional swirl detailing."


12-14 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • about 8.5" x 4" x 8.5"


  • US size 10.5 knitting needles
  • worsted weight yarn that felts

You Will Also Need:

  • tapestry needle

About Designer

About Designer

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by Pipp
Richmond, VA (Glen Allen)
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It all started when I was pregnant with kid #3. I had been using a Winnie the POO (pun intended) diaper bag for 5 years strait and the thought of lugging it around for another 3 years WAS UNBEARABLE!!! At the same time, I noticed a woman with a cute over sized bag and asked about it. When I found out how it was made, I thought, I can do that. And I did! Then all of my neighbors wanted one.

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