Mine, All Mine Felted Knitting Bag

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Mine, All Mine Felted Knitting Bag Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details

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Women, Girls



Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit, purl, cast on, cast off, colourwork, applied i-cord, knit in the round

Pattern Description:

What could be better than a personalized knitting bag? This pattern comes with ready-made charts for the beautiful design shown in the picture, as well as personalizable charts and a knitted font so you can add your own favourite quote or design your own colorwork pattern!

Knitted mostly in the round and featuring stabilising i-cord detailing, this bag will not bend and bow with your knitting but hold your favourite needles and project-on-the-go with ease. Good for a bit of colorplay - it also makes a great purse!


18 sts & 20 rows = 4in/10cm in felted, stranded
stockinette stitch using 10mm/US15 needles

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Finished Dimensions (after felting): 6in x 6in x 14in (12in opening); 14in handles [15cm x 15cm x 35cm (30cm opening); 35cm handles]


  • Twilley's Freedom Wool (MC) - 6 balls (300g/300m super bulky 100% feltable wool)
  • Twilleys Freedom Wool (CC) - 6 balls (300g/300m super bulky 100% feltable wool)
  • 10mm/US15 80cm/32in circular needle
  • 8mm/US11 80cm/32in circular needle and/or double-pointed needles for i-cord joining
  • 1 set 10mm/US15 double-pointed needles (for i-cord edging)

You Will Also Need:

  • 5 locking stitch markers
  • 12in/30cm zipper to match MC colour

Suggested yarn:

1200 meters of Bulky weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Twilley's Freedom Wool


two contrasting

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Fun, simple knits.

That's my catch-phrase. Even my more complicated designs have an element of fun, some simple little finishing details which help your knitwear put its best foot forward or clever constructions - all with an eye to making pieces easier to knit.

My craft of choice is knitting, though I'm not afraid of a bit of sewing or crochet. My favourite part about knitting is finding ...

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