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Fallen Snow Cable Bag


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This is one of those knitting cable patterns that's great for a variety of seasons. Because the Fallen Snow Cable Bag does feature multiple cable patterns, it's best for an intermediate level knitter. To stabilize the shape of the bag, add a fabric lining with a either a sewing machine or sew in by hand.

Fallen Snow Cable Bag
Fallen Snow Cable Bag
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Knitting Needle Size: 6 or 4 mm

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

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This is an awesome bag.

Gorgeous, but how do you prevent a knitted bag from stretching to unrecognizable proportions?

Cut a lining and sew it in--or knitted or crocheted bags will stretch and lose their shape

beautiful bag, can't wait to make one. if i can

Love the bag but can't seem to figure out what you knit for the strap and bottom of the bag.maybe it becomes clearer as you go along Barbara

I would love to use the exact design in an afghan but can't figure out the charts. Is there any place that shows how many stitches are needed for each different cable and stitch? Thank you for your help. Donna

Caitlin, Thank you so much. I'm getting started on my bag today. Katie

I would like to make this gorgeous bag but the "" logo has obscurred some of the directions. Could you please help. The most important one is in the "Key to charts A, B, C". The others I can figure out. Thanks, Katie.

Hi Katie, Thank you for notifying us about this. I contacted the site to see if they can fix it. I will keep you posted on any updates. Thanks again!

Hi Katie, I have just been informed that the site owner has updated the images and removed the abc-knitting patterns logo. You should be able to view the charts now, no problem! Thank you again for letting us know about the issue. Happy knitting! - Editors, AllFreeKnitting

Knitted bags are in style this season. You can make these bags & save yourself a ton of $ because Kors bags sell for over $248 & that's the cheapest. So, time to get knitting & crocheting away for yourself or gifts. This bag is gorgeous & I can't wait to get started.

I can't wait to get started on some of these hat patterns. Hopefully my grandchildren will like them as much as I do.


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