Knitted Four Corner Bags by Julie Weisenberger

Knitted Four Corner Bags

Knitting
April 2019
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
11 stitches and 30 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette Stitch
US 10 - 6.0 mm
220 - 270 yards (201 - 247 m)
Approximately 13 (15)" [33 (38) cm] square on the bottom and 7 (8)" [18 (20.5) cm] deep
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First Published in Making Magazine Issue No.7 / DESERT - available for purchase here-
https://makingzine.com/collections/magazine-1/products/no-7-desert

Available for individual purchase at Cocoknits.com
https://cocoknits.com/products/knitted-four-corner-bags

Finished Measurements
Approximately 13 (15)“ / 33 (38) cm square on the bottom and 7 (8)” / 18 (20.5) cm deep

Materials
Yarn
220 (270) yds / 201 (247) m strong yarn (heavy worsted - fingering)

Shown in:

Gray Bag - Yarn Over Version (Large)
Habu Textiles n-100 wide cotton gima - 100% cotton; 109 yds / 100 m per 28 g skein
3 skeins in 11 Steel Gray

Black Bag - Garter Version (Large)
Habu Textiles a-188 linen cotton paper - 56% linen, 44% cotton; 109 yds / 100 m per 28 g skein
3 skeins in 5 Black

Silver Bag - Stockinette Version (Small)
Habu Textiles a-115 pari pari - 100% bamboo; 294 yds / 269 m per 100 g skein
1 skein in 182 Silver

Green Bag
Habu Textiles N-100 wide gima - 100% cotton; 109 yd / 100 m per 28 g
3 balls Olive 14

Red/Brown Bag
10/2/5 Colorganic by Fox Fibre - 100% organic cotton; 840 yd 768 m per 1 lb cone
5 oz in Brown

Last Gray Bag
Habu Textiles N-98 wide knitted linen tape - 100% linen; 56 yd / 51 m per 28 g
4 balls in Natural Gray

Needles
US 10 (11) / 6 (8) mm dpns
One 24” / 60 cm circ in size US 10 (11) /6 (8) mm (or size needed to obtain desired gauge)
Spare working-size needle for three-needle bind off

Notions
8 Stitch Markers; 7 of 1 color, 1 of a different color
Cocoknits Leather Handle Kit

Gauge
10–12 sts and 20 rnds = 4” / 10 cm in St st

Note: Gauge is not terribly important—it’s more important that you get a fabric that suits you. For a very open fabric, try a larger needle; a smaller needle will yield a tighter fabric and smaller bag.