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Linien

July 8, 2020

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Linien bag is all about lines, horizontal, vertical, sloped, curved and even crossed. Knit a small bag to carry a few essentials up to a roomier tote sized bag. Entire bag is worked in stockinette stitch and instructions are included for three sizes. You will need DK weight yarn, circular needles and stitch markers. Cast on using Judy’s Magic Cast-On and work in the round from the bottom up. Straps are worked back and forth and grafted together at the top. This design is knit in a tight gauge to create a dense fabric. Sample bags are knit with cotton yarn, but this design can be knit with wool or synthetic yarns. Blocking is required. Enjoy!

Techniques used:
Judy’s Magic Cast-On
Kitchener Stitch
Materials
11.50 width: 350 meters / 380 yards DK weight yarn
13.00 width: 400 meters / 440 yards DK weight yarn
14.50 width: 500 meters / 550 yards DK weight yarn
3.50mm / US 4 circular needles in 24” and 32” and/or 40” lengths
1 Removable beginning of round stitch marker
1 Beginning of round stitch marker
4 Stitch markers
Samples knit with Cascade Ultra Pima in Grey 3729, Natural 3718, and Pink Sapphire 3702

Measurements
Bag: 11.50”(13.00”)(14.50”) wide, 8.50(9.50)(10.50) high
Strap Drop: 8.00”(9.0”)(10.00”) adjustable
Pattern Information:
Number of Pages: 3
Language: English
Instructions: Written
Schematic: yes
Pages: 4
Photos: 1

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