What-Cha-Ma-Bucket Knitting Bag
Quick and easy tote you make from just three coordinating fat quarters. Just the right size tote for those notions and needed for quilting class. Makes a great little project bag - enough room for tools in the interior pockets and plenty of room for that project you carry around to keep busy during "down" time. Size: 10" Tall (w/o handle), 5 1/2" Wide, 5 1/2" Deep This listing is for the hard-copy PATTERN that will be mailed to you via USPS First Class Mail. This tote is also the perfect size for sock knitting projects. One skein of yarn, circular needles, and pattern fit perfectly inside. The drawstring closure forms a perfect yarn guide and instructions are included for two additional interior yarn guides. Loop-style handle option allows you to attach the bucket to your belt for stand-and-knit convenience. Materials You'll Need to Make Your Own: - Three coordinating fat quarters - 1/4 yd fusible fleece (or quilt batting and backing - 3/4 yd of 20" wide medium weight fusible interfacing - Matching thread - Handle (choose one; sew to sides or use the optional fasteners described below): - Bucket-style: 2 - 1" buttons (shank-style work best) - Loop-style: 1 - 1" magnetic snap*, (or 1" button) - 1 yd Ribbon and 2 - large hole beads for drawstring (opt) - Yarn Guides (optional) - 1 - 3/4" to 1" plastic ring - 1 - 1/2" snap* (or make a buttonhole and attach button) - 1 - 1/2" eyelet* (or make a buttonhole) *NOTE: Snaps and eyelets require an attachment kit. Pattern is in a convenient booklet format and contains complete, accurate, and easy to follow instructions with lots of diagrams and pull-out pattern sheets. Great project for beginners or a make-in-an-evening project for experienced quilters. Shipping for pattern: USPS First Class mail Pattern and design copyright 2009 Carol Dockery. This pattern is copyright protected. All rights reserved. This pattern is for personal, non-commercial use. Contact me regarding reselling licenses.