Dlindgwend Petit Sac


Dlindgwend Petit Sac


Dlindgwend Petit Sac
Dlindgwend Petit Sac
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"Created using the Sock Loom from The Knitting Board, this pouch incorporates the lacy lattice stitch, which enhances its delicacy and style. I presented it to my granddaughter as a welcoming to womanhood gift and used the elfin words for “nightingale (dúlind), and for maiden (gwend) to name the pattern, in honor of her love for sci-fi fantasy, fairies and elves. Read ALL these instructions thoroughly BEFORE starting to knit. This pattern incorporates both knit and crochet stitches; the half-hitch cast on method; knitted rib and knitted lace patterns; and the drawstring bind-off technique. When working this pattern, the U-knit stitch should be utilized, unless otherwise indicated."


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

Knitting Loom TypeSock Knitting Loom

Pegs Needed54

Materials List

  • Caron Simply Soft #9702 (WW108387) Off White; 100% Acrylic; 4-ply;6oz/170.1g/315yd/288m; Machine wash and machine dry delicate (Hand Drying is recommended)
  • Knitting Board Adjustable Sock Loom – 60 pegs [54 pegs used] Size: 9" x 3" Peg spacing: 5/16" center to center of pegs
  • Loom Hook
  • Sz G-6/4.0mm Crochet hook
  • Metal bent-tip tapestry needle

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I dont like having to download the pattern before I read.

This is cute - a delightful little purse for a small girl all dressed up for church or another special occasion, for a flower girl, to hold a special treasure or a gift, for the grown-up gal who does not want to carry a full-size bag


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