Be Green! Recycling Tote by Corina Cook

Be Green! Recycling Tote

Knitting
September 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
US 7 - 4.5 mm
200 - 240 yards (183 - 219 m)
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This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

Help spread the good word about going green!

Today, heading to the supermarket means loading up the trunk with all of your reusable bags… never forget them in the car again! You’ll get so many compliments on your handiwork and environmental spirit, that it’ll be easy to remember to hang this unique bag on your arm. I used Sugar n’ Cream for its price, but you can substitute any brand or blend. This specific yarn works up strong and sturdy, and the pattern uses fair isle (two color per row) throughout to make sure the bag keeps its shape, even if you are buying apples and oranges at the farmer’s market. If you have no two-color knitting experience, this is a good pattern to learn the technique, with simple directions and an easy-to-follow chart. Featuring a two color rib, the bag is worked in the round with minimal (and actually enjoyable) seaming.

Yarns Used
Sugar and Cream By Lily Cotton
Worsted Weight
100% Cotton
Gentle wash, tumble dry
Colors Used:
Sage Green 00084
Soft Ecru 01004

Tools Used:
Size 7 16” circular needle
Yarn needle for details and finishing.

Gauge: Not critical. If you are a tight knitter, you could go up to size 8 needles.
Finished Size: 12 ½ by 11 inches.