Sheep in the Meadow Felted Satchel

from Knit Witt Designs by Valerie

Sheep in the Meadow Felted Satchel Pattern


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Knitting: Sheep in the Meadow Felted Satchel
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Sheep in the Meadow Felted Satchel Sheep Detail
Sheep in the Meadow Felted Satchel Close up with trim, and eyelet detail
Sheep in the Meadow Felted Satchel Sheep in the Meadow Felted Satchel

Pattern Details:

Pattern Details









Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • knit in the round on circular needles
  • Stranded knitting
  • simple embroidery stitches
  • felting by hand or machine

Pattern Description:

This bag combines one's love of knitting and everything SHEEP! This large versatile bag is knit from the top down in the round, with no seams. The bag has eyelets at the top, with a draw-string closure I-cord strap. The adorable sheep are knit in using a textured yarn and finished with simple embroidery stitches after felting. Inside the bag there are plenty of large pockets for holding all the essentials. The bag is wet felted by hand or in the washing machine. A fun bag to knit and even more fun to use! A must make for any knitter as sheep and knitting go hand in hand. Skill level: Intermediate, Finished size 18"w X 11" h X 6" d.


4" = 16 sts and 24 rows

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • 18"W x 11"H x 6"D


  • 100% Wool, worsted and bulky weight
  • bulky textured yarn for sheep
  • Wool Roving for bag trim
  • metal eyelets

You Will Also Need:

  • size 9 30" circular needles
  • size 9 24" circular needles
  • size 9 dpns for making i-cord

Suggested yarn:

700 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Patons Classic Wool worsted and roving

About Designer

About Designer

Val Jal on

I am a compulsive knitter living in Northern Virginia USA. I've been knitting since 2002. I am always amazed at what one can do with "Two Sticks and a String!"

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