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Grandmother's Knitted Purse Pattern

Learn how to knit a small bag with this free PDF.

Updated August 01, 2019
Grandmothers Knitted Purse Pattern
Grandmothers Knitted Purse Pattern
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Create a gorgeous knit purse reminiscent of a vintage bag from grandma's closet. This beautiful free knitted purse pattern comes as a convenient PDF. Simply print and knit! Make a project that's loaded with texture and easy to work up. No complicated decreases necessary. All you need to do is knit this project flat, create your rectangle, and seam the sides together.  You'll create the liner in a similar way and attach the handles last. When finished, this bag looks exactly like something you'd buy at the store. The texture and cables are impressive and beautiful, and this will be your favorite new stand-out accessory.

Intermediate

Knitting Needle Size11 or 8 mm

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Gauge8 sts = 4" in Seed Stitch

Finished SizePurse: 12" wide x 10" tall

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Love Red Heart yarn.

I love making purses, especially felted ones because they are an extra challenge.

I like to use a 100% wool so I can felt it.

I haven't read the directions but it looks simple enough. The combination of seed stitch and cable makes me want to touch it! The color looks more like spring to me.

My favorite yarn for knitting a purse is plarn, preferably in pretty colors.

I like the softness of merino wool and the durability of acrylic. I would use a blend. I like the fresh green color.

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