I thought it would be a great time to re-release the “itty bitty bag” pattern that was featured in the Loom Knitter’s Circle Magazine Summer 2010 issue. 🙂
It’s on the Freebies page, just waiting for you to download it…
The next pattern is a fun one made with lengths of ribbon or fabric strips! Or you could get really crazy creative and use those old tee’s you have lying around to make this very versatile little baggie. 🙂 At the bottom of this post you’ll find an awesome video tutorial I found on YouTube by “MrsCarlsbad35” illustrating how to make “tarn” in one long piece of yardage from each tee…
I’ve actually had this pattern for a few years now, as I originally created it to teach at my local classes. I have loved carrying this baggie around with me as my purse and there have been no end of wonderful comments about it wherever I happened to travel! Can you just imagine how many different types of bags you could create with this idea, just by switching out the fabric/ribbon/tarn? The creative possibilities are pretty much endless! 🙂
There are two sizes available in the pattern, and also included is a tutorial on how to make a basic liner. Here’s the link to purchase the instructions from my shop…
Hope you enjoy!
Fun, fun, fun! This was so informative, and now I know how to make “Tarn” (T-shirt yarn)!!! Thank you for your creative posts, Bethany 🙂
Thanks for the “Tarn” video. I grabbed some knit night gowns on clearance a while back (like $3.00 each). This would be great for making something out of them. I’m thinking a nice thick blanket.
I just love this! I am going to make one to hang on my saddle for putting my chapstick and such in when riding. Thanks so much!!
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