Noni Metropolitan Tote in 4 Sizes Pattern No. 177 is a sleek, simple, elegant felted bag design it is as easy to knit and finish as it is to carry. Its simplicity looks fabulous with blue jeans and pretty top, swingy frock, or classic winter coat. In muted neutrals, it can go effortlessly from Fall to Spring with most of your looks. Make it again in the colors of sorbet and it will go with you to the beach, to a party in Paris, or to the new farm to table restaurant you've been wanting to try.
Skill Level: Easy
Size of Small Metropolitan Tote: 11" (30cm) tall; 10" (25cm) wide; 3.5" (9cm) deep
Size of Medium Metropolitan Tote: 15" (38cm) tall; 12" (30cm) wide; 5" (12.75cm) deep
Size of Large Metropolitan Tote: 19" (48cm) tall; 14" (35.5cm) wide; 6" (15cm) deep
Size of To Go Bag: 8" (20cm) tall; 6" (15cm) wide;
3 - 3.5" (7.5 - 9cm) deep
Yarn Required for Small (Medium, Large, To Go):
630 ([Bottom Color (A) 450, Top Color (B) 700, or Solid Color 1150], 1500, 300) yds of a Worsted Weight Felting Yarn
Yarn Used As Pictured: Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd's Wool Yarn in Autumn Gold and Denim (Medium Bottom)
Pre-felted Gauge: 12 sts and 16 rounds = 4" using double-strand
Suggested Needle/Hook Size:
US 11 (8mm) 24" (60cm) Circular Needle for Small-Large Bags or a 16" (41cm) for the To Go Bag
You Will Also Need:
1 Stitch Marker, a Darning/Tapestry Needle, a sewing needle and thread, Locktite Superglue Extra Time Control (available at a hardware store), and a Noni Metropolitan Bag Hardware Kit (which includes 1 Amazing magnetic snap, and for the Large Bag 1 pair JUL 24" (60cm) Rolled Leather Forager Handles, or for the Small, Medium and To Go Bag 1 pair of JUL 11" (28cm) Rolled Leather Sweety Forager Handles, 6-8 Classic 24mm Bag Feet, and 1 piece of Stiffener Canvas
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