Knitted Cute Bags; 30 Free Most Beautiful Mesh Bag Patterns We Have Just Compiled For You, New 2019
Want to knit something other than a scarf, sweater or standard socks? How about my new favorite project: a knitted bag? Knitted bags can make cute everyday bags or bags.
My bags are woven in three different ways.
1. This bag, made as a birthday gift for a six year old child, was my first attempt. This was done by knitting two square sides of the bag separately. It took three needles, because when I got the first side of the size I needed, I didn’t tie it. Instead, I left it on the needle and used three other needles and a new tangle of wool to weave the other side. When this side coincided, I tied two sides using the needle connection 3. This combined the two sides and also created a strong bottom seam.
This bag wanted a lining that has proven my skills since I am not a seamstress. But without lining I can see how this particular yarn, interwoven with the needle of the size I used, could lead to pencils, brooches and other treasures. One of the options of the handle for any knitted bag is the use of finished wooden or metal handles available in any store. As it had a liner, I was sure I could keep beautiful wooden handles with regular sewing lines. My favorite last touch, however, is the flower. Small sewn beads Write the name of the recipient.
2. So the second bag was made a few years later for the same girl. (A more mature shade of purpura for a more mature girl who still loved purple.) This time I’ve got the whole bag, like a long piece. Then I folded it in half and sewed it on the sides. The advantage of this is the lack of a lower seam, so it is a pretty sturdy construction. I also wore incredibly heavy yarn-so that the bag never collapsed. The loops were from the cord. Since the handles were made of yarn, I used yarn to sew it, including the ends of the handles.
3. The last Briefcase I made was for an adult girl I know who likes to go to the farmer’s market and bring her own bag to the market. I wanted to make it tough, so I chose a felt bag. (And apparently I make only purple handbags…)
For this third scholarship, however, the third method. It was woven in the round. When it was the length I wanted (it felt so the length of the stitch was about 150% of the final size), I called. To make the top of the bag more durable, I used a wire loop. They left me with a hooded object. I flattened it and sewed it along the bottom. I walked twice for extra security.
Have you ever packed a suitcase?