Kilmanagh by Carol Feller
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DK (11 wpi) ?
US 8 - 5.0 mm
See below for details

The tradition of tweed woven fabrics is very strong in Ireland. The heathered yarn creates a subtle color interplay in the delicate tweed fabric. You can create your own unique and beautiful bag that uses a tweed stitch to add texture and a blending of the colors between two yarns. This bag is knit a little larger than normal and then lightly felted (washed to shrink) to create structure while still retaining stitch definition. You can choose between either a small handbag size or a larger tote size.

Finished Sizes (after felting):
Handbag (tote) height: 7.5 (12)“/19 (30.5) cm
Width at base: 12 (14)”/30.5 (35.5) cm
Depth at top: 4 (4.75)“/10 (12) cm
Pre-felting Sizes:
Handbag (tote) height: 8.75 (14)”/22 (35.5) cm
Width at base: 13.5 (16)“/34.5 (40.5) cm
Depth at top: 4 (4.75)”/10 (12) cm
Shown in handbag size.

Cushendale “DK Wool” (100% wool; 219 yd./200m per 112g skein); MC: dark green (Emerald); 1 (2) skein(s); CC: light green (Jade); 1 (1) skein
NOTE: This yarn is sold in the U.S. as Black Water Abbey “2-ply Worsted.”
US 8 (5mm) straight needles, or size needed to obtain gauge
US 8 (5mm) double-pointed needles (for I-cord bind-off)
US 8 (5mm) circular needles, 2 sets (any length, for picking up side stitches)
Tapestry needle
Decorative button, 1” (2.5cm)
Leather handle, 18” (45.5cm) long

17 sts x 23 rows = 4” (10cm) in St st

18 sts x 27 rows = 4” (10cm) in St st

Right Side: Largest size CO 25 sts.