Noni Three Nights in a Row Bag Pattern
These bags are small enough, and easy enough to make, that you can knit them up quickly with just a skein or two of yarn. Perfect for holiday parties, a weekend getaway, date night, or for brides and bridal party. Even if your social schedule is not as busy as the heroines who were my muses, these bags are delightful to carry yourself or to make as gifts for dear friends, loved family members, or little girls in your life.
Leave unembellished and remove the Elegant Frame handle for a lovely accessory bag or simple purse for a night out. Put the handle back on and decorate with finish-matching cabochon rivets that conjures images of those beaded purses that inspired me. Wear as a shoulder bag and decorate with a veritable garden of knitted flowers. Share your creative innovations with us!
- Thursday Night (Ruby Wine with Roses) = 6 3/4″ (17cm) wide across the front/back at bag bottom, 6″ (15cm) wide across the front/back at bag top, 7″ (17.5cm) tall
- Friday Night (Baby Pink with Roses & Stephanotis) = 6 3/4″ (17cm) wide across the front/back at bag bottom, 6″ (15cm) wide across the front/back at bag top, 4″ (10cm) tall
- Saturday Night (Raspberry with Tassel) = 6 3/4″ (17cm) wide across the front/back at bag bottom, 6″ (15cm) wide across the front/back at bag top, 12″ (30cm) tall
- Yarn Requirements = Thursday Night: 200yds (183m), Friday Night: 110yds (100m), Saturday Night: 180yds (164m) of Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd’s Wool Yarn, Bouquet of Stephanotis or Rose Blossoms: 75-250yds (68.5-228.6m) of Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd’s Wool Yarn
- Size 8 (5mm) 16″ (40cm) circular needle
- Size 8 (5mm) double-pointed needles (set) to work Saturday Night
- Size 6 (4mm) double-pointed needles (set of 5) to work flowers
- Locking stitch markers (used as holders for flowers)
- Tapestry needle
- Sewing needle
- Seed Beads and Nylon thread
- Elegant Snap Frame
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by Nora J. Bellows
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