Knit and Crochet Bag Pattern Collection from PieceWork Magazine
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You can never have too many bags! Enjoy a verity of patterns designed by Toni Rexroat, Nancy Bush, Karen C. K. Ballard, Karen Sullivan, Bart Elwell, and Sarah Shippen. With the Knit and Crochet Bag Pattern Collection, you can choose between geometric, textured, or decorative bags in round!
Included in this digital Collection:
Fox Traveling Bag to Crochete
Pattern by Toni Rexroat
Enjoy this Fox Traveling Bag to crochet and cross-stitch. Toni Rexroat, editor of Interweave's CrochetMe.com , to adapt the instructions from the May 1862 issue of Peterson's Magazine for the Traveling Blanket, or Affghan worked in Tunisian crochet.
In addition to Toni's updated instructions for her Tunisian crochet traveling bag, we have included the illustration, instructions, key, and chart as they originally appeared in Peterson's.
A Tinder Pouch to Knit
Pattern by Nancy Bush
Called eldpung in Swedish, fire or tinder pouches were used to carry a steel or striker, a bit of flint, and some material such as wood shavings or dried moss with which to start a fire. Fires were built at noon during the summer pasture season and having the means to start a fire was necessary.
A tinder pouch was used while traveling or working away from home and would have been carried in a pocket, to be handy when needed.
Addie Heron's Bead-Crochet Purse Pattern
Pattern by Karen C. K. Ballard
Bead-crochet a glamorous purse from the turn of the nineteenth century. Karen C. K. Ballard used silver-lined blue beads on black crochet thread and attached the completed purse to an antique-style frame.
Step out in style with this gorgeous bead-crocheted purse.
Pouch Pattern Based on Ikle Fragment to Nalbind
Pattern by Karen Sullivan
Karen Sullivan's exquisite pouch is worked in the ancient technique of nålbinding, using laceweight silk yarn.
Wanting to make something practical, Karen Sullivan chose to make a small bag that might have been used to hold coins or other small objects.
A Charity Purse to Crochet
Pattern by Bart Elwell
Although named a "Charity Purse," Bart Elwell's spectacular crocheted purse will become a favorite treasure bag.
The title "Charity Purse" suggests that it was intended to be sold at a charity bazaar. Bart Elwell has made it in one solid color and chose to use a chain instead of the "strings" that were suggested in the original pattern, a hidden snap closure under the flap, and finished the edges with a stitch reminiscent of beading. For the body of the purse, he used an interlocking block stitch of double crochets. His aim was to make the purse practical for today while retaining a vintage quality.
Knit Turkish Purse Pattern
Pattern by Sarah Shippen
This small purse is just the right size to hold your wallet, cell phone, or a concert program. You can also work the pattern in a thicker yarn on larger needles to make a larger purse.
The motif used in both the original and this adaptation is the burdock, a flowering plant in the daisy family. The flowers produce round seedpods that have woody hooks (burrs). The little pattern on the purse is an abstract representation of the seed with its hooks.
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