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A Knitted Grocery Bag

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Go green! The Knitted Grocery Bag is a great way to help the environment while toting your veggies, candy, and any other food items. This adorable knit bag patter is a fun way to mix up your knitting repertoire. Plus, you can make something functional that you'll have forever. The Knitted Grocery Bag is a great way to make your contribution to the planet, so make a few and go shopping without guilt!

Free Knit Grocery Bag
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Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size: 10 or 6 mm

Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Aug 14, 2011

Can you tell me what Abbr (yf, ssk,) mean? Thank you

 

May 10, 2011

@efboyd 6837583: Hi Ethel, I'm sorry to hear you're having trouble with this pattern. You should not need to log in to access this pattern. Simply click on the link for the knitting pattern and it should take you to a new web page where the pattern is fully posted. Hope this helps! -- AllFreeKnitting Editors

 

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May 10, 2011

I've tried to download this knitting pattern many times, "The knitted grocery bag." What is going on ? I have regestered given the password that you decided to give me, not the one I entered. Would you e-mail me and tell me what the problem is. Thank You, Ethel Boyd

 

Apr 23, 2011

I knit a square using seed stitch or garter stitch till it is the size I want then pick up stitches on all sides and knit a band of seed stitch or garter stitch for about 1 inch and then I start my pattern of Row 1. Knit 2 together , yarn over. Row 2. Knit all stitches. Knitting in the round, till the lace section is around 9-10 inches from where I picked up the stitches. Then I knit another band of seed stitch or garter stitch for another inch and then bind off. I locate where I want my handles and then I pick up about 10 stitches and knit seed stitch or garter stitch for 15-20 inches and then hand sew the end to the location I picked for it. Then I weave in all tails and I have a new shopping market bag. I only use cotton yarn for these type bags.

 

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