Daisy Market Bag

Now that I’ve posted this as a Free Pattern, and revised it twice three times already, I thought I had better knit another one up from the current pattern.

If anybody finds mistakes in their pattern, kindly let me know.

Anybody want to make this a KAL?

Leave a comment,  let me know.  Or PM on Ravelry, where I’m known as “yarninaround” and please note the spelling is without the “g”.

daisy market bag bottom

I just finished knitting the bottom, picked up the stitches all around, increased, and now am starting the first round of the lace eyelets pattern.

The yarn I dug up from my stash is Sugar and Cream (worsted, 100% cotton dishcloth yarn) from Joann’s  and is called Hot Orange, Hot Pink, etc.  in case they still have those colorways available, and you are drooling to have some.  Keep in mind, this stuff is at least two years old.  And no,  I don’t have any more of it.

KAL’ers:

Theresa

Debora

Zoe aka “the Muffin”

Moira

5 responses to “Daisy Market Bag

  1. top of the blog header where the tab says “Free Knitted Pattern” 😀

  2. HI,
    I would love to knit this bag. Where can I find the pattern? Thanks,
    Diane

  3. Debora

    I finished one already– it was my project at WWKiP Day! Nice bag, interesting to knit since there was so much going on with it.

    Row 13? I did get the latest version — and figured it out since it should continue the daisy petals there. I frogged the section when I changed to the size 13s since it looked too loose for my taste and I really like the finished result. Check it out in my projects on Ravelry (deborasoule).

    Thanks so much for sharing your design — planning to make another one since my sister’s birthday is coming up!

    Debora

  4. Debora

    Saw this last week on Ravelry and it has been nudging me to give it a try! Love the more solid look of this design and I want to make one (or two – grin) for my sister’s b-day later this summer. Went stash diving last night and I am going to get started!

    I downloaded the pattern last week — should I check on your latest version or continue ahead?

    Thanks for sharing your work with all of us!

    Debora

  5. I just found your blog through somebody on Twitter. :o) I would LOVE to do this as a KAL!

    Headed over to Ravelry to stalk, er find you there! LOL!

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