Ribbed Bag of Many Things by Sarah Dawn
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Ribbed Bag of Many Things

Knitting
July 2013
DK (11 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stocking Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
140 yards (128 m)
One
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download
Errata available: sarahdawnsdesigns.blogspot.ca

The Ribbed Bag of Many Things came about as something I made up for my roommate to put her headphones and mp3 player in, but it could be used to hold just about anything!. It’s a bag knit in the round using 1 by 1 ribbing, then seamed at the bottom with whip stitch, or mattress stitch if you prefer. Eyelets at the top allow for a twisted cord or optional I-chord drawstring.

The sample shown was made in a now discontinued sport-weight acrylic yarn, but the pattern is highly adaptable to almost any yarn weight. It’s best to use a yarn blend without a lot of drape so the bag is less likely to stretch out of shape.

For questions and support, please visit this thread in my Ravelry Group, e-mail me at sarahdawnsdesigns@gmail.com, or send me a PM here on Ravelry.


Pattern Notes:

This pattern is written instructions only, it does not contain charts.

Please note that gauge is not specifically important to this pattern, though changes in gauge will affect the amount of yarn used and the size of the final project.

The pattern link from Serena’s Knitting Adventures goes to where this was initially published on my personal blog. The version there is an older version that has not been test-knitted or tech edited. Please use the Ravelry Download for the most recent version of the pattern.

Techniques Used:
decreases: k2tog
increases: yarn over
stretchy bind off using k2togtbl
working small circumferences in the round
seaming (whip stitch)
creating a twisted cord


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Pattern Usage: if you’d like to make any of my designs as donations to charity, go right ahead. If you want to sell anything you’ve created from my designs for charity or commercial purposes, also go right ahead.

If you want to teach a class using this free pattern, go ahead.

The only thing I ask for all of the above, is that you credit me (“Sarah Dawn’s Designs”) and list the pattern name as well. Thank you!