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Sundance Beach Bag

By: Tonia Barry for Classic Elite Yarns

Get ready to hit the beach with this amazing Sundance Beach Bag. Crafted with a lovely mixture of knit cables and lace, this is one of those free knitting patterns everyone should take the time to make. Once you create this beautiful bag, you can easily tote around your sunblock, a towel or even some books.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size4 or 3.5 mm, 9 or 5.5 mm, Circular Knitting Needles

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

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What a lovely bag. The pattern and color are stunning, and I love that it's roomy and flexible.

I'm knitting this at the minute, wish I'd read your comments as I couldn't understand why I had 4 bobbles and the pic looked completely different. And the 4 bobbles are quite dominant. I may start again. Apart from that the patterns lovely.

I have made three bags from this pattern. Lined two of them with mesh bags used for delicate laundry items. Worked well. I discovered two discrepancies in the pattern: 1). Garter Stitch Circular - rnd 1 says to slip 1 stitch knit wise, then knit to end. Does not work in the round. No slip stitch necessary. Simply knit the row. Rnd 2 - again, no slip stitch. Purl to the end. 2). Cable Bobble Panel: Since I wanted my bag to look like the picture, I made two bobbles each pattern repeat instead of four. So...Rnds 1-5: P1,k10, p1. Rnd 6: P1, k6, [MB] 2 times, k2'p1. The rest of the pattern works beautifully. I very much enjoyed the knitting and the finished products!

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