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Everyday Textured Tote
Pattern Number: 70788AD
Rating: *****
4.8 (based on 5 reviews)
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Everyday Textured Tote Reviewed by Deborah Hollingsworth on 2012-10-11 *****
I get more compliments on this one bag. I used black worsted weight all cotton yarn and variegated worsted weight all cotton yarn. Everyone loves it and it is such an easy pattern to do.

Everyday Textured Tote Reviewed by BEVERLY CABRINI on 2010-02-15 *****
I have made 6 of these totes and everyone loves them. Easy to make and fun to to.

Everyday Textured Tote Reviewed by heidi on 2009-01-14 *****
Love the tote. I use mine to store my knitting supplies. The tote is very sturdy.

Everyday Textured Tote Reviewed by Karen Calinski on 2008-11-12 ****
I agree with the previous reviewer- the bag turned out great- but I made some changes to the pattern. First- I used Nantucket instead of Spice for the Wool-Ease Chunky. Second- instead of doing the straps as 2 seperate pieces I knitted them as one. (Sewed the bag together and then joined the 8 stitches from the front and back onto one needle and then completed a 3 needle bind off). I'm now making a second bag- but will probably not make it as wide, knit in the round and also make the straps alittle thinner- Either way it came out AWESOME! and its an easy pattern for a new knitter.

Everyday Textured Tote Reviewed by Clarinda Flannery on 2008-10-04 *****
I love this pattern, but used different colors--black for the thick and taupe for thin--and only increased to 40 stitches. It was just too large for me, otherwise.

I altered the finishing a bit, as well. Before I seamed the sides, I first seamed across the bottom of the bag (right sides together), which created a sturdier "bottom" for the bag, because of the added thickness, and resulted in a more square bag. I then added a large button to one side about 2 inches down, and then made an I-cord on the other side to wrap around the button as a closure.

This is a great bag--sturdy, beautiful, and practical.

 
 
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