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Striped Drawstring Pouch

By: Shellie Wilson from Craftbits

This adorable Striped Drawstring Pouch is the perfect little addition to your gaming closet. It's great for holding cards, marbles, dice, and other small pieces sure to be otherwise lost. This cute pouch purse pattern features a striped design and two wooden toggles at the end of the drawstring. This easy knitting project would make a great gift for the game aficionado in your life, but it's so darn cute you might just want to keep it for yourself.

Easy

Knitting Needle Size6 or 4 mm

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

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I really like this pattern for a drawstring bag. You can use these in so many way, even a project bag for a small project. I want to make a few to take with me when I am traveling. It will separate different items and will be attractive instead of plastic bags. Thank you for the pattern. This is a good scrap buster as well.

I have not been able to print this pattern so am very disappointed. I've never had this problem before. Only part of the pattern will print no matter what I try. Please help.

I am new to knitting, so I have started to knit this darling little bag and all is going well BUT, (at the risk of sounding really stupid), can you tell me why, in the instructions for the top of the bag the instructions say: K4,K1,M1,K4? Why K4,K1 and not just K5? I don't understand why it would be knit 4 and then straight away knit 1. What am I not understanding here? Please be gentle with me, I am just learning. :)

There doesn't appear to be any reason for it except that because the K1 is over a cast off stitch that would normally be purled, the K1 makes it really clear that it is not. hope this helps.

going to try this pattern. Could it be done on circular needles?

The main body of the pattern could, but then you would have trouble fitting it to the base, so probably not. Hope this helps.

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