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Friday, April 17, 2009

Windmill Bag

This is a really cool bag pattern:

Windmill Bag

by Danielle LaFramboise

A modular knit bag inspired by a level of ninjatown, a cute tower defense game for the nintendo ds. gauge is not critical, size shown uses less than one ball of 3 colors sugar and cream, size is easily modified.

skills required: garter stitch, picking up stitches, i-cord bind off, i-cord, seaming.

For more information, see:

The construction is simialr to another pattern that is crocheted.

Inga's Haekelbeutel

by Inga Joana Mertens

Website is in German and pattern or images may have been archived (2005), however a PDF version is still available:


Errata noted by flamingo8228: “It seems to me there’s a mistake in the English version of the pattern. I’m pretty sure there’s an extra Ch 3 in round 2. I think Round 2 should read: Ch 3, 2 dc, 2 dc through chain, Ch 3, 2 dc through chain, 3 dc, (no Ch 3 here) 2 dc through chain, Ch3, 2 dc through chain, 3 dc, 2 dc through chain, etc…”

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