Spring Leaves Market Bag Digital Knitting Pattern
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The inspiration for this Market Bag came from the (now defunct) Ravelry Designer’s Challenge with the theme of “spring awakening”.
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The bag starts with a pinhole cast on. Increases are worked into a leaf lace pattern to form the base of the bag. The leaf lace transitions to a lace mesh, and finishes with a garter stitch edging. A twisted cord allows for easy carrying and helps to keep the bag tied shut!
The sample was knit in FibraNatura Good Earth Solids, a worsted/aran blend of 53% cotton and 47% flax. The flax content makes the yarn quite durable, so if substituting yarns, I’d suggest a cotton/flax or cotton/hemp blend.
This pattern has written instructions, and the stitch pattern is both written and charted. This pattern also has an accessible large print option that is compatible with screen-reading software. This option includes only the written instruction.
Sizes Available: One, Adjustable:
Circumference: 36 inches (91.5 cm) at widest point,
Length: 18 inches (45.75 cm) from pinhole cast on to cast off edge.
230 yards (211 meters) of worsted or aran yarn. Sample is knit inFibraNatura Good Earth Solids (53% Cotton, 47% Flax).
6 mm (US 10) circular needle
6 stitch markers (1 in contrasting colour)
Gauge for Pattern:
22 sts and 36 rows = 4 inches (10 cm square) in stocking stitch
Note that gauge and yarn weight are both flexible for this pattern, though it will change the appearance and/or size of the finished object.
decreases: k2tog, ssk
increases: yarn over, m1l, m1r, m1p
pinhole cast on
knit cast off
working small circumferences in the round
creating a twisted cord
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1) A drawstring bag mesh bag left partially open. The bag has apples inside.
2) A cream-coloured mesh bag with a drawstring. The drawstring is pulled closed and has been tied into a bow.
3) A lace and mesh bag hanging down in front of a sculpture wall. The bag is handing from a twisted cord drawstring, and has apples within the mesh.
4) An open mesh bag laying on its side. The base of the bag is lace knit in a leaf pattern, which transitions to an open mesh.
5) An open mesh bag laying flat. The drawstring is open and the apples inside are just starting to roll out.