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Felted Carry All Tote Bag

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PATTERN DETAILS

My felted carry all bag is as versatile as it is functional.Like any good tote bag, it's roomy and sturdy enough to carry a heavy load. The main model used for this pattern is made from scraps. There are round-by round instructions for the body of the tote; row-by-row instructions for the non-circular strap parts; enormously helpful tips, suggestions, photographs, and diagrams. I gave this bag a fat ol' booty! The fat base of this tote will ensure it doesn't tip over...hate that! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY knit purl k2tog p2tog GAUGE 12 stitches and 18 rows = 4 inches in Stockinette stitch SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 11"w X 5 d X 11"h (not including straps)

Supplies Needed

  • 660 yrds worsted weight yarn that felts
  • US size 10.5 knitting needles
  • tapestry needle

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Pipp's Patterns
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. I am completely a self taught knitter. When I was an EXTREMELY BORED kid, I fashioned some needles from the dowels I pulled off of a couple of wooden coat hangers. I used an encyclopedia to learn the knit and purl stitches . I did not touch another pair of needles again until I was 34 and needed that diaper bag. Since then, I have sold hundreds of bags, over 2,000 patterns. Although I mostly self publish, my designs have been included in bestselling books, magazines and knitting calendars.