Float Tote by Knitty Natty

Float Tote

Crochet
July 2018
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
11 stitches = 4 inches
in single crochet with yarn held double
6.0 mm (J)
1200 - 1680 yards (1097 - 1536 m)
Small {Base: 12"; Height: 9"} or Large {Base: 14.5"; Height: 12"}
US
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“Float” is a common term for the strand of yarn that runs along the back colorwork.

Aptly named, the Float Tote is made for your colorwork projects!

With three (or five!) detachable buckets, you can take your multi-skein project on the go. I like to put my buckets in a line on the table in front of me, then snap them back into place when I put my project away. Less space? You can also fold back the large bag and keep your little buckets inside, placing the whole thing on your lap.

Yarn Required:
Natural Color (Ecru):

SMALL- 6 regular (71 g) OR 4 super-size (113 g) balls of Lily Sugar and Cream in Ecru
LARGE- 8 regular (71 g) OR 6 super-size (113 g) balls of Lily Sugar and Cream in Ecru

Contrast Color (Pink/Black):

SMALL- 4 regular-size (71 g) OR 2 super-size (113 g) balls of Lily Sugar and Cream in Coral Rose
LARGE- 6 regular (71 g) OR 4 super-size (113 g) balls of Lily Sugar and Cream in Black

My testers noted that this is a great stash-buster for your dishcloth cotton collection!

Other Materials:

3/5 magnetic snap closures