Doggie-Poo Bag Tote

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Doggie-Poo Bag Tote Pattern


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Knitting: Doggie-Poo Bag Tote
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Knit in the round
  • Yarn over
  • Knit 2 together
  • I-cord

Pattern Description:

I had a storage box full of small balls of sock yarn... too much to throw away, not enough to make anything wearable. I have dogs and I walk them daily. I was always forgetting to stick a bag or two in my pocket. I was looking at various dog waste bag containers in Petco and Petsmart and suddenly it hit me... knit one! So I did. I loop the i-cord around the handle of each dog's leash. Dog friends oooo'ed and ahhhh'ed over them, so I knit more. Next thing you know, I am knitting them by the dozen and using them to raise money for Australian Shepherd rescue... to date I have raised over $300 selling them at pet rescue events at $5 each!


not really important for this project, but 6.5-8/stitches per inch will work.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • about 5" long, 2.5" wide Holds one roll of dog waste pickup bags.


  • 10 grams of sock yarn
  • Size 1/2.5 mm in either 2 short circular needles, double pointed needles or 40" circular for magic loop

You Will Also Need:

  • stitch marker if you use DPNs
  • Tapestry needle to weave in ends

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 1 review)
Knuts 2 knit on

Excellent My Doggie-Poo Bag Totes  October 1, 2012

Love this pattern. Have made over 10 now and given some to friends. Now I'm making them and giving them to my local shelter, Heart of the Valley, and they are selling them for a fundraiser.

About Designer

About Designer

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I learned to knit when I was 10 or so (50+ years ago), but didn't get serious with knitting garments until my late 20s, when I lived in Germany as a US soldier. I learned to sew when I was in 8th grade, and I still have and use the pin cushion, wrist pin cushion, tape measure and other sewing stuff from my first sewing box. I tried crocheting back in the late 70s, but just didn't like it as much ...

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