Treaty Oak Bag by Corrina Ferguson

Treaty Oak Bag

Knitting
November 2009
Bulky (7 wpi) ?
12 stitches and 16 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette - before felting
US 13 - 9.0 mm
375 yards (343 m)
10 inches tall, with a 5 inch square base
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Treaty Oak is 250 plus year old oak tree that sits in a beautiful park in Jacksonville, Florida. Everything that is beautiful and right about old trees can be found in the benches that are built under its canopy. The knots and swirls of its mammoth branches are echoed in this felted bag worked up in three shades of woodsy brown. This is the perfect beginner fair-isle pattern. Although the floats are long, any mistakes you make will come out in the
wash.

This bag is worked from the bottom up. Stitches are picked up from a square garter stitch base to knit in the round. The colors of Lamb’s Pride Bulky used are Sable, Wild Oak, and Oatmeal.

The fair isle swirl motifs are in charted form only.