Sunday, December 2, 2007
This listing is for a knitting pattern. A finished bag is not included.
This bag is beautiful and unique. It is much easier to knit than it looks.
The bag made with Noro “Kureyon” looks as though pansies were growing at the top of the bag . Noro “Kureyon” is a beautiful variegated wool yarn that has subtle color changes.
The larger Lamb’s Pride Worsted bag, pink, green and yellow reminds me of beach roses on a summer day. The smaller Lamb’s Pride Worsted bag with the purple and yellow flowers looks as though it was picked from my flower bed.
There is a drawstring that resembles a vine with leaves growing on the ends. Pull on the drawstring vine to gather the blossoms at the top of the bag and tie a bow to keep all your belongings snugly inside.
This bag is pretty from top to bottom. Once you start knitting you won’t want to put your needles down!
Get out your crayons and plan colors for your own “Felted Blooming Zig Zag Bag“.
Larger bag- 11 ½” tall, laying down 13” wide tapering down to 8 ½”, with an 8 ½” round bottom.
Smaller bag- 9” tall, laying down 12 ½” wide tapering down to 8 ½”, with an 8 ½” round bottom
* The pattern is sent as a .pdf usually within 24 hours.
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* This listing is for a knitting pattern. A bag all made is not included.
* There are no returns on patterns.
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Felted Crochet Stained Glass Flower Bag pattern $7.00 The tessellating petals are outlined in black which gives this bag a stained glass look. The bottom of the bag looks like a flower in a stained glass window.
There is a drawstring used to close the bag. When the drawstring is pulled the petals are drawn together to hold your belongings inside.
The handles are twisted cords that look like rope and there are tassels on each end. The twisted cord handles and the tassels gives the bag an added look of elegance.
It may look complicated but it’s not and once you begin crocheting you won’t want to put your work down.
You can create your own beautiful and unique “Felted Crochet Stained Glass Flower Bag”.
Dimensions: As shown: 12 ¾” tall, laying flat 15” across and a 9 ½” round bottom.
For a shorter bag, 11” tall, eliminate 1 round in the side of the bag.
The crochet pattern is send as a .pdf e-mail attachment, usually within 24 hours.
*The crochet pattern is for sale only, not a bag all made. Sorry, but there are no refunds on patterns.
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Monday, November 19, 2007
The knit pattern is $8.00. Please, use the Paypal "Add to Cart" button above. The pattern is sent as a .pdf usually within 24 hours. To use a check, money order, purchase a hard copy of the pattern, or for other information e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Each bag is beautiful and unique! The tessellating fans are outlined in black and gives this bag a stained glass look. The bottom of the bag looks like a stained glass window. The bag is worked from the top down in rounds. Each fan is knit individually. This bag shown was knit using Noro "Kureyon" a beautiful variegated yarn. The bag can be knit with any wool that felts. ...It looks complicated but it's not and once you get the hand of it you will not want to put your knitting down. You can always e-mail me if you need help.
Dimensions: As shown, 10" tall, 12"across tapering down to 10". The bottom is a 7 1/2" circle. The bag can also be felted to 11" tall, 14" across with a 9" circle at the bottom.
Monday, June 18, 2007
To felt or not to felt? This will be your decision.!The knit "Bar Harbor Shell Bag" is beautiful and unique! The tessellating shells have a beautiful texture and are outlined in black for a stained glass look. The knit bag is beautiful whether you decide to felt is or not. Unfelted the bag has a rich texture and the shells seem to stand out from the black outlines. Felt the bag and the shells still have some stitch definition. This bag does not look like a typical felted bag. The bags seem to glow.
Thursday, May 24, 2007
Create your own unique "Stained Glass Window Bag". The "stained glass windows can be used to decorate other items. You can felt them for potholders, trivets, or even suncatcher! Use your imagination!
The bag is knit separately from the "stained glass window". The pattern includes directions for 3 Versions of the "stained glass window". You choose the colors and size of the "stained glass window". You can felt the "window" a little, a lot, or not at all. The pattern looks more complicated than it is and once you get the "hang" of it you will not want to put your knitting down! The pattern diagrams are pictures. The "Stained Glass Window Bag" is truly unique!
Dimensions: After felting the bag is 15" across, 11 1/2" tall and has a 9" round bottom.
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The fan shapes in the “stained glass starflower motif” are outlined in black which makes the motif look like a stained glass window. The “stained glass starflower motif” can also be used on jackets, sweatshirts, or as a trivet, a sun catcher, etc.
It looks complicated but once you get the hang of it you will not want to put your knitting down. Most of the diagrams used in the pattern are easy to follow pictures.
The bag is knit separately from the “stained glass starflower motif“. Add a pretty button, brooch pin, a favorite earring that lost it’s mate, etc. to make your starflower shine! Get out your crayons to plan your own unique color combinations and create your own “stained glass starflower motif“!
This bag glows and it is truly beautiful and unique!
Measured laying down. From the bottom of the “V” at the handle join; 10 ½” tall, 12 ½” wide tapering down to 9 ½”. The rectangle shaped bottom is 4” by 9 ½”.
Stained glass starflower motif dimensions: As shown felted: 8 ½” across. Can be felted a little, a lot, or not at all.
The pattern is sent as a .pdf, usually within 24 hours.
Friday, April 20, 2007
It is hard to put down my knitting when I'm making one of these bags because I enjoy seeing the color changes and each bag is different. The bag is pretty before it's felted and always surprises me when they come out of the washer because the bags are even prettier than when they went in. The pattern contains instructions for 2 versions of the bag. Version 1 is taller and Version 2 is shorter. Version 1 is shown with a knit tube at the top which is optional.The bag is made from the top down in rounds. Each fan is made individually and joined as you knit. The diagrams used in the pattern are pictures. The bag looks more complicated than it is and once you get the "hang of it" you will not want to put your knitting down! No matter what brand of wool is used, each bag will be unique.