#151 Cornucopia Bag
Pattern Difficulty Level: Requires knowledge of knitting, purling, increasing, decreasing, knitting in the round on 2 circular needles, picking up stitches within fabric, working I-cord and intarsia
Approximate Finished Dimensions
NOTE: All finished sizes are approximate. Finished sizes may vary with fiber choice, needle size, gauge, and, if felted, felting time.
Small Cornucopia Bag: 16”/40cm at widest point x 13” 33cm tall, 10” (25cm) opening
Medium Cornucopia Bag: 20” (51cm) at widest point x 17” (43cm) tall x 11 (28cm) opening
Large Cornucopia Bag: 22.5” (57cm) at widest point x 18” (45.75cm) tall x 12” (30.5cm) opening
13 stitches and 16 rounds over 4” (10cm)
16 stitches and 24 - 32 rounds = 4” (10cm). Please check your unfelted and felted gauges by swatching and felting an 8 x 8” (20 x 20cm) piece first. There will be variation in finished size if gauge differs due to different needle size, yarn type, or fiber content. Row/round gauge is of greater importance than stitch gauge during the felting process. Non-merino wools, for example, will not felt as short as 100% merino yarns. The approximate finished measurements are for a bag made using 100% merino yarn—see the information on Pictured Sample below.
Small Bag: 750 yds (686m) A
Medium Bag: 1000 yds (914m) A
Large Bag: 1250 yds (ll43m) A
All Bags: 250 yds (229m) B (for contrast piping)
Needles & Other Materials
2 Size 11 (8mm) 24” (60cm) circular needles
Size 10 (6mm) needles (to work turnlock flap)
1 Noni Eclair Turnlock (Etl-nic)
Metal Noni Label + 4 2mm seed beads
1 Noni custom 15” (28cm) zipper in Chocolate or Berries
1 JUL Madrid handle (hr-33)
11 5/16” rivets to apply handles and turnlock flap
Tapestry needle, sewing needle, & sewing thread
Clear, quick-drying fabric glue (for turnlock application) & a mini Phillips screw driver for use with small turnlock screws (eye-glasses screw drivers work well for this purpose).