Bramble Saddle Bag by Heather C Gibbs (KCACO.UK)

Bramble Saddle Bag

March 2020
yarn held together
+ DK
= Bulky (7 wpi) ?
5dc = 5cm / 1.9 inch
5.5 mm (I)
4.0 mm (G)
766 - 776 yards (700 - 710 m)
H21 x W26 x D9cm (H8.2 x W10.2cm x D3.5 inches)
both US and UK
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Enjoy an easy going, off duty style with the Bramble Saddle Bag. Accented with chunky textured-stitching it opens with a foldover flap and has a roomy interior ideal for carrying your everyday essentials.

The memorable stitch pattern makes a dense, sturdy fabric, with a beautiful texture, in this fun and easy to make project.

This pattern is perfect for advanced beginners that would like to learn a new stitch, or as a versatile update to an accessory collection!

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5.5mm (US size I/9) and 4mm (US size G/6)

A yarn needle
Bag Fastening (e.g. Prym Bag Fastening with Magnetic Clasp)
2 x 30mm metal D-rings
Handbag shoulder strap with metal hooks (to attach to D-rings)


Light Aran / Worsted Weight Yarn;
The best yarn for this design is hard-wearing wool best suited for non-clothing items.

350g (estimate of 700m) of Aran Wool and Alpaca Blend Knitting Wool (20% alpaca, 80% wool)

Finished size:
H21 x W26 x D9cm
(H8.2 x W10.2cm x D3.5inches)

Gauge: 5dc = 5cm / 1.9 inch

Skill level: Easy

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This pattern is (c) designed by Heather Gibbs 2020 and is for Personal use only, not for resale.

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