Hannah's Gift Bag/BathMitt

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Hannah's Gift Bag/BathMitt Pattern


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Knitting: Hannah's Gift Bag/BathMitt
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details




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Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit and purl
  • Cast on and bind off
  • Slip a stitch

Pattern Description:

I designed this gift bag for my friend Hannah, who collects beautiful handmade soaps. When I give her gifts of soap, I always package them differently.

Hannah's Gift Bag/Bath Mitt is knit in one piece, using a simple slip stitch pattern.

A ball in each of two colors of Lily's Sugar 'n Cream will make two bags plus.

The bag is embellished with an I-cord bow that can also be used to hang the mitt to dry. Match the bow to either of the two colors used in the bag. Pattern includes directions for making I-cord.

The size of the bag/mitt can easily be altered by casting on more or less stitches and working to a different length.

As pictured, the bag/mitt measures approximately 5 3/4" in length when the top flap is folded over, or 8 1/2" in length when the top flap is extended. As designed the bath mitt will fit most adult hands.

Bag/mitt is sewn together at the sides.

Fill with soaps, pot pourri, bath beads ...

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • As shown apaproximately 5 3/4" by 6" (with flap folded)
  • Can be made in other sizes as desired; pattern includes directions


  • #8 needles, or size to get gauge
  • #8 double-pointed needles for I-cord bow
  • Tapestry needle for sewing
  • Yarn clips or pins
  • 2 balls (2.5 ounce/70.9 g) Lily Sugar 'n Cream in 2 different colors

About Designer

About Designer

Mkaryl Design on craftsy.com
by Mkaryl Design
Albuquerque, NM
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I'm Marlene Sigel, a lifelong knitter, designer, and yarnaholic passionate about texture and color and working with both!

I love creating designs that look more complex than they are, as well as teaching and starting new knitters on their knitting adventures!

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