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Mystery Knitting Project 2-Carbage Bag

Mystery Knitting Project 2-Carbage Bag

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Published by Bea Ann
A free knitting pattern from Sapphires-N-Purls. Cute knitted garbage bag for your car!
A free knitting pattern from Sapphires-N-Purls. Cute knitted garbage bag for your car!

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Published by: Bea Ann on Nov 16, 2010
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Mystery Knitting Project #2 ± Carbage Bag! 
You will need: US size 8 needles and Caron Simply soft or any similar weight yarn.Pattern Note: The first stitch of each row will be slipped purlwise throughout the pattern,and the last stitch of each row will be knit. This will give you a nice, clean edge that will come in handy later.Cast on 52 stitches using whatever method you prefer.Row 1: Slip 1 purlwise, K1, *K1P1* to last two stitches, K2 Row 2: Slip 1 purlwise, K1, *P1, K1* to last two stitches, K2 Repeat Rows 1 and 2 twice more for Rows 3-6.Begin stitch pattern, remembering to always slip the first stitch of the row as if you weregoing to purl it, and knit the last stitch of each row.Row 7: Sl 1, K1, *P3, K3* to last two stitches, K2 Row 8 and every even numbered Row: Sl 1, K1, work each stitch as it presents itself to last two stitches, K2 Row 9: Sl1, K1, *K1, P3, K2* to last two stitches, K2 Row 11: Sl1, K1, *K2, P3, K1* to last two stitches, K2 Row 13: Sl1, K1, * K3, P3* to last two stitches, K2 Row 15: Sl1, K1, *P1, K3, P2* to last two stitches, K2 Row 17: Sl1, K1, *P2, K3, P1* to last two stitches, K2 (Don't forget to knit the last row - Row 18 is the same as Row 8.)Repeat Row 7-18 once more.Row 31: Sl1, K1, *K3, P3* to last two stitches, K2 Row 33: Sl1, K1, *K2, P3, K1* to last two stitches, K2 Row 35: Sl1, K1, *K1, P3, K2* to last two stitches, K2 Row 37: Sl1, K1, *P3, K3* to last two stitches, K2 Row 39: Sl1, K1, *P2, K3, P1* to last two stitches, K2 
 
 
Row 41: Sl1, K1, *P1, K3, P2* to last two stitches, K2 (Don't forget to knit the last row - Row 42 is the same as Row 8 - knit each stitch as it appears)Repeat Row 31-42 once more.
Next 20 rows: sl1 as if to purl, k1 *yo, p2 tog* to last 2 stitches, k 2.Then, repeat rows 31-42 twice.Then, repeat rows 7-18 twice.
 
Now, time to finish up! You have some choices at this point, and also time to revealwhat this is! It is a garbage bag for the car! I know, I know. Not that exciting, but something that I needed so decided to turn it into a project. My car has a little pullout tab for a garbage bag to hang on, so I have added an I-Cord loop to mine. If yourcar does not have this tab, you may want to use the door handle. If that is the case,then your loop may need to be bigger than mine. Or, another option, you canpurchase some Velcro and attach the bag somewhere in your car that way. Just stick a piece on your car, and then attach the other piece to the bag and you are ready togo. Something else I want to throw out there, you may wish to put a small trash bagor used grocery bag inside, just to keep things clean. So, without further ado, here isthe last part of the project:Work rows 1-6 and bind off - if you will be adding the I-Cord loop, bind off just asmidge more loosely than normal, because you are going to be picking up stitchesand a looser bind off will be helpful.Leave yourself a nice long tail after binding off, about 2  2 ½ feet. Weave this tailalong the bind off edge until you get somewhere near the middle, about 20 stitches.Now , pick up 3 stitches and knit the desired length of I-Cord. You may use DPNs, orcontinue with straight needles. To make the I-Cord with straight needles, simplyslip the stitches back to the left hand needle after knitting each row, and continueknitting. Once the loop is as long as you want it to be, pick up one stitch about 3-4stitches away from where you started the I-Cord; you will have 4 stitches on theright needle. Slip the last 3 stitches over the first, one at a time, and then pull the tailthrough. Your loop should be nicely attached  trim and weave in the remaining bit of the tail. (Figure A)Now, if you have been slipping the first stitch of each row, you should have very niceand neat edges, perfect for seaming. (Figure B) Take a length of yarn, about 3 feet orso (better to have too much, rather than not enough) and thread through a yarnneedle. Fold the fabric in half so that the sides are relatively even and the slippededge stitches line up. Beginning at the bottom, thread your yarn and needle underthe first stitch on one side, and the first stitch on the other side and pull through.(Figure C) (Leave about an inch long tail for weaving in). Now, coming from the

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