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Farmer's Market Tote
Pattern Number: L10190
Rating: *****
4.6 (based on 5 reviews)
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Farmer's Market Tote Reviewed by LUCILLE E BAUM on 2014-02-08 ****
Very easy pattern. Only changes I made were to use stitch holders for the 12 stitches between handle, rather than binding them off & picking stitches up over the bind off; and I used a 3-needle bind off to join the handle (because I hate making seams!).

Farmer's Market Tote Reviewed by Cinthia MacLean on 2013-08-08 *****
This project was very easy and quick to knit. I shortened the length to about 10 inches using 4 balls of picnic green.

Farmer's Market Tote Reviewed by Christy on 2013-07-08 *****
Just finished this bag and it's gorgeous! Looks exactly the same as the one pictured here. This is just a larger, slouchier version of the Mini Market Tote. Both are pretty easy patterns and are great for beginners knitting in the round. Thanks for all the wonderful patterns, Lion Brand! :)

Farmer's Market Tote Reviewed by Tammy on 2012-05-02 *****
Very easy and quick too. Turned out as pictured. I've finished one and am working on the second. I am planning these for Mother's Day gifts.

Farmer's Market Tote Reviewed by Julia Mason on 2011-10-07 ****
I have made these bags with cotton yarn and I knit the bottom first with either garter or seed stitch, then pick up stitches all round and then a knit a band of garter or seed stitch of about an inch then I start the pattern stitch of Row 1. Knit Row K2tog, YO. Repeat these tow rows till bag is length you want then knit another band of garter or seed stitch of about an inch and bind off. I use 2 straps . I pick up about 10 stitches and knit seed stitch or garter stitch knit the strap to the length I like and then attach directly across from where I picked stitches up for strap. Then I repeat for the other strap.The photo is of bags I made for my daughter to give to her co-workers as their Christmas gift from her.

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