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Trinket Bag

© Angela

Supplies

Cotton Classic, by Tahki Stacy Charles in color of your choice
US6 (4.00 mm) DPNs
Yarn needle5

Gauge

20 stitches = 4 inches (10.16 cm) in Stockinette

Finished Measurements

3 1/2” wide by 5” tall (8.89 cm wide by 12.70 cm tall).

Instructions

Cast on 35 stitches.

Distribute the stitches to 3 DPNs.

Mark the beginning of the round and join, being careful not to twist the stitches.

Work evenly in Stockinette for 1” (2.54 cm), ending at the beginning of the round.

Eyelet Round: K4, yo, K2tog, (K3, yo, K2tog) 5 times, K4.

Continue in Stockinette until piece measures 5” (12.70 cm) from beginning.

Author's Note: You may want to move 2-3 stitches around on the needles while working to prevent a gap or ladder forming where the needles meet.

Bind off all stitches.

Turn inside out and lay the piece so that there are two eyelets evenly spaced in the front and two near the sides and two in the back.

Seam the bottom together using whip stitch.

Weave in all ends.

I-Cord Closure
Cast on 3 stitches.

Work I-Cord for 12” (30.48 cm) and bind off leaving a long tail.

Put the tail yarn on the yarn needle and pull through the eyelets, starting with the right-hand front eyelet going in, coming out the next, going in the next, coming out the next, going in the next and coming out the left-hand front eyelet.

Now weave in the tails of the I-Cord.

Cinch closed and tie and overhand knot in front.

Wrap the I-Cord around to the back and tie another overhand knot.

Final Product

Trinket Bag

Credit

Angela's tutorial was taken with permission from angcraftcorner.blogspot.com.

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