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School Bus Tote Bag


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What fun, on your child?s first day of school to take his or her own ?school bus? tote! All the children will want one of these! Perfect size for small children to carry crayons, tablets, and more. This is a good toy tote to go to Grandma?s with too! Knits up fast and easy, using worsted weight yarn, and knitting needles, US #10 1/2. Sturdy, multiple strands of yarn keep it wearing longer. Finished size is about 11 inches long. GAUGE Gauge: 7 sts. = 2" 6 rows = 1" SUGGESTED YARN 350 yards of Worsted weight COLORWAY Knitter's Choice

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  • Materials: Worsted weight yarn, approx. 4 oz. (200 yds.) yellow, 2 oz. (100 yds.) black, 1 oz. (50 yds.) white 1 pr. (U.S.) # 10 1?2 needles

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