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What-Cha-Ma-Bucket - Item # QBN012 - For materials listing see below.
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What-Cha-Ma-Bucket in blue batiks.

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What-Cha-Ma-Bucket with loop handle. Snap allows handle to open to hang on belt loop for standing knitting.

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Roomy interior with two side pockets make this a great bag for toting notions to quilting class!

 

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What-Cha-Ma-Bucket is the perfect size for sock knitting. It easily holds a skein of yarn, circular needles, and a pattern. The drawstring closure forms a perfect yarn guide. Instructions for two additional yarn guides as shown here included.

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Drawstring closure.

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What-Cha-Ma-Bucket in red, white, and black prints.

What-Cha-Ma-Bucket - Item #: QBN012
Materials (100% cotton fabrics recommended)
- Three coordinating fat quarters
- 1/4 yd 42" wide fusible fleece* (e.g. Pellon fusible Thermaloam Plus)
- 3/4 yd 20" wide medim weight fusible interfacing
- Matching Thread
- Handle (choose one):
    - Bucket-style: 2 - 1" buttons (shank-style work best)
    - Loop-style: 1 - 1" magnetic snap (or 2" of hook-and-loop tape or a 1" button)
- 1 yd ribbon and two large-hole beads for drawstring (optional)
- Yarn Guides (optional):
    - 1 - 3/4" to 1" plastic ring
    - 1 - 1/2" snap with attachment kit (or make a buttonhole and use a button)
    - 1 - 1/2" eyelet with attachment kit (or make a buttonhole)
                   NOTE: * You may substitute regular quilt batting.