Le Petit Sac
I love little bags, they make a quick little project and are infinitely useful. This little bag by mega-designer Pam Allen has great texture and really explores the tactile qualities of the yarn,Quince & Co Sparrow. It’s a great excuse to play around with the nicest linen EVER.
Plus, I don’t think you have to be an especially skilled sewer *if* you want to line it – it’s just a few straight seams. It would be easy to hand stitch a lining, or you could probably even get away with using fabric glue.
Bag is knitted flat, then folded in half and seamed. Edging is picked up from top edge and worked in the round. Strap is worked separately, then sewn to bag.
Provisional cast on (link provided), twisted stitches, working in the round, picking up stitches, seaming.
- Quince & Co Sparrow: 2 skeins
- 2.75mm/US2 needles (straight or circular)
- 2.75mm/US2 double pointed needles
- darning or tapestry needle
- Pattern via Ravelry