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Wickerwork Accessory Bag Pattern from One More Skein by Leigh Radford

Wickerwork Accessory Bag Pattern from One More Skein by Leigh Radford

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“Two needles and one (or one more) skein of yarn—the possibilities never cease to amaze me,” writes Leigh Radford in the introduction to her book. Radford’s fascination with the creative potential of these raw materials is evident throughout One More Skein, where she melds the alternative approach to knitting and felting she introduced in AlterKnits and AlterKnits Felt with the magic she worked with a single skein of yarn in the bestselling One Skein. One More Skein features 30 diverse projects that can be completed with one or two average-sized skeins of yarn or multiple bits of leftover yarn. Projects include an earflap hat sized for the whole family; fingerless mitts; sweaters, britches, and capelets for baby; hemp jewelry embellished with jump ring “beads”; a felted, pleated sleeve to dress up a vase; and a multicolored blanket worked from assorted stash yarn. All of them are quick and relatively easy to make, without sacrificing beauty or ingenuity.
“Two needles and one (or one more) skein of yarn—the possibilities never cease to amaze me,” writes Leigh Radford in the introduction to her book. Radford’s fascination with the creative potential of these raw materials is evident throughout One More Skein, where she melds the alternative approach to knitting and felting she introduced in AlterKnits and AlterKnits Felt with the magic she worked with a single skein of yarn in the bestselling One Skein. One More Skein features 30 diverse projects that can be completed with one or two average-sized skeins of yarn or multiple bits of leftover yarn. Projects include an earflap hat sized for the whole family; fingerless mitts; sweaters, britches, and capelets for baby; hemp jewelry embellished with jump ring “beads”; a felted, pleated sleeve to dress up a vase; and a multicolored blanket worked from assorted stash yarn. All of them are quick and relatively easy to make, without sacrificing beauty or ingenuity.

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finishedmeasurements
9 " wide
×
5" high
×
2
B/c
" deepat base
yarn
Classic Elite Yarns Sundance(50% cotton / 50%microfber; 83 yards / 50grams): 2 balls #6288 Salmon
needles
One 16" (40 cm) long circular(circ) needle size US 7(4.5 mm)Change needle size inecessary to obtain correctgauge.
notions
Stitch markers; 9" zipper;straight pins; sewing needleand thread; 10
B/e
"
×
15" pieceo abric, or lining (optional);sewing machine; iron
gauge
21 sts and 29 rows = 4" (10 cm)in Wickerwork Pattern
Wickerwork Accessory Bag
For this project, I wanted interesting texture without any ussy stitchworkand I ound what I needed when I adapted the Wickerwork stitch pattern rom
A Second Treasury of Knitting Patterns
by Barbara Walker.The abric lining and zipper closure give the bag a lush and proessional-looking fnish.
STITCH PATTERN
Wickerwork Pattern
(multiple o 8 sts; 12-rnd repeat)
Rnd 1:
K1, *p2, k2; repeat rom * to last 3 sts, p2, k1.
Rnd 2:
*K1, p1, RT, LT, p1, k1; repeat rom * to end.
Rnd 3:
*K1, p1, k1, p2, k1, p1, k1; repeat rom * to end.
Rnd 4:
*K1, RT, p2, LT, k1; repeat rom * to end.
Rnd 5:
K2, *p4, k4; repeat rom * to last 6 sts, p4, k2.
Rnd 6:
Knit.
Rnd 7:
Repeat Rnd 1.
Rnd 8:
*LT, p1, k2, p1, RT; repeat rom * to end.
Rnd 9:
*P1, k1, p1, k2, p1, k1, p1; repeat rom * to end.
Rnd 10:
*P1, LT, k2, RT, p1; repeat rom * to end.
Rnd 11:
P2, *k4, p4; repeat rom * to last 6 sts, k4, p2.
Rnd 12:
Knit.Repeat Rnds 1–12 or Wickerwork Pattern.
Copyright ©
One More Skein
by Leigh Radford, published by STC Craft | Melanie Falick Books, 2012.
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Repeat Decrease Rnd once—100 sts remain. Work even or1 rnd. BO all sts purlwise.
FINISHING
Sew bottom seam. Weavein loose ends. Block piece tomeasurements. Sew in zipperas ollows: Turn Bag WS out.Position zipper along open topo bag and pin into place onWS. Using sewing needle andthread, baste outer edge ozipper to Bag rom WS (seeSpecial Techniques, page 120).Turn bag RS out. Using Invisiblest (see Special Techniques,page 120), sew zipper to edgeo Bag.
Lining (optional):
Fold abric inhal lengthwise so that RS’s aretogether. Secure with straightpins. Using sewing needle andthread or sewing machine, sewside edges, using
B/c
" seamallowance. Sew lining gussetseams (see diagram). Usingwarm iron, press seams at.Fold top edge o lining over
B/c
" to WS and press. Insertcompleted lining into Bag sothat WS’s o lining and Bag aretogether. Using sewing needleand thread, and Invisible st,sew lining to WS o Bag.
BODY
Begin Pattern:
[Knit to marker,slip marker (sm), work inWickerwork Pattern to nextmarker, sm] twice. Work evenor 7 rnds.
Decrease Rnd:
Ssk, knit to 2 stsbeore marker, k2tog, sm, workto next marker, sm, ssk, knitto 2 sts beore marker, k2tog,work to end—112 sts remain.Work even or 9 rnds.Repeat Decrease Rnd once—108 sts remain. Work even or7 rnds.Repeat Decrease Rnd once—104 sts remain. Work even or7 rnds.
ABBREVIATIONS
RT:
Skip frst st, knit second st,leaving st on needle, knit frstst, slip both sts rom needletogether.
LT:
Skip frst st, knit into back osecond st, leaving st on needle,knit into ront o frst st, slipboth sts rom needle together.
BOTTOM
CO 116 sts. Join or working inthe rnd, being careul not totwist sts; place marker (pm)or beginning o rnd, and aterst# 10, 58, and 68. Purl 3 rnds.
side seamcenter foldcenter foldside seamhorizontalgusset seam
1"
LININGWS
Copyright ©
One More Skein
by Leigh Radford, published by STC Craft | Melanie Falick Books, 2012.

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