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Flirty Ruffled Shoulder Bag

Hit the town with the Flirty Ruffled Shoulder Bag. This show-stopping knit bag pattern is a unique knit accessory you'll love grabbing as you run out the door. Tote all of your daily essentials in this darling ruffled bag - you'll have more than enough room for all of your most important items. The Flirty Ruffled Shoulder Bag is easy to dress up or down. Whatever the occasion, this bag's the one for it!


Knitting Needle Size7 or 4.5 mm, 11 or 8 mm, Double-Pointed Knitting Needles (DPNs)

Yarn Weight(6) Super Bulky/Super Chunky (4-11 stitches for 4 inches)


  • Premier Yarns Starbella (100% acrylic / 100g, 33 yds)
    • 15-10 Collegiate – 4 balls
  • Needles: US Size 7 straight needles, US Size 11 double pointed needles
  • Notions: 4 yds matching DK weight yarn, 12” closed bottom zipper, approx 1-yd matching fabric (for lining), scissors, tapestry needle



GAUGE: Gauge is not essential for this project.



For more information on how to work with Starbella, including step-by-step instructions and demo videos, check out
the Starbella homepage under Premier Yarns at



With smaller ndls, cast on 40 sts by picking up loops along non-ribboned edge of yarn. Knit 1 row, using loops along skinny/non-ribboned edge as the working yarn. Work even in Garter st until piece measures approximately 16” from cast on edge. Bind off all sts, being sure to fasten off last st tightly by tying a knot.

With DK weight yarn, sew side seams of yarn. Line bag with fabric, and sew in zipper along top edge.

With dpns, cast on 6 sts, using yarn as a ribbon and without working into loops along either edge. Row 1: K6, sl sts to other end of dpn, pull yarn tightly across back. Rep row 1 until strap measures 34” or desired length.
Bind off all sts. With DK weight yarn, sew strap to bag at either end of zipper and tuck in ends.




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