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This is an interesting bag pattern, but making it in 100% alpaca yarn doesn't seem to be very practical. I would want to make it out of something sturdier, maybe a cotton blend, linen, or hemp yarn. If you don't have chunky yarn you could use two or even three strands of a lighter weight yarn.

You can use any chunky yarn to make this, as long as you get the right gauge. I think it's a very nice bag.

I am going to make this tote bag, but not with the suggested yarn, as it is to expensive and I think this particular colorway has been discontinured. I am now researching a suitable yarn to substitute.

I will probably make it, but NOT with the yarn shown in the project; it is just too expensive and I don't even know IF i can knit with Alpaca as I am highly allergic to wool. Even the wool blends for socks break me out and finding substitutes for that is nigh impossible; so I don't knit socks at all.

Nice bag but I can't see spending nearly $200 on the yarn to make it. I doubt if there will be many people making this.

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