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Knitting Tote

By: Project and Images Courtesy of Berroco

This free knitting pattern for a Knitting Tote is great for many things. Use yours to carry around the store, or to keep all of yarn in order when you're on the go!


Knitting Needle Size8 or 5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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This pattern was sitting in my stash along with many others that I am attempting to start and finish. I used an old dowel for the handles and am pretty pleased with the results. I also added a piece of plastic to the inside bottom so it would sit flat

Having trouble finding anything similar to the handles shown on this pattern.

What about red heart yarn?

I am having trouble opening this pattern. I get a menu asking what format I want to open it in. I tried clicking on "Word" and got gobbilty gook. I then tried PDF and got Adobe asking what file I wanted to convert. How do I get this pattern. Usually I just click on "click here for knitting pattern" and it comes up. I would really like to have this pattern. Maybe you could email it to me. Thanks.

I am having problems with how to do the last stitches of round 4. The pattern just doesn't look right. Can someone help me with this. Thank you for this great project but I just don't get it. Thank you, Norma


I made this tote with old acrylic yarn in my stash, just to use it up. It turned out great! So now I use it every day and will probably make another using the Berrocco suede one of these days. Great pattern, easy to follow, and a stitch I've fallen in love with because it has a wonderful texture that will be good for pillows, runners, etc.


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