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Free Loom-Woven Pattern: Loom Woven And Knit Bag

Lion Brand® Cotton-Ease®
Pattern #: L10031
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SKILL LEVEL:  Easy (Level 2)

SIZE: One Size
About 14 x 14 in. (35.5 x 35.5 cm), not including straps


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Make this bag with both knitting and weaving techniques with the Martha Stewart Crafts Lion Brand Yarn Knit & Weave Loom Kit.
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*Cotton-Ease (Article #830). 50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic; package size: 3.50oz/100.00 gr. (207yds/188m) pull skeins

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Loom Woven And Knit Bag

Lion Brand® Cotton-Ease®


Rectangle = 5 x 16 in. (12.5 x 40.5 cm)
When you match the gauge in a pattern, your project will be the size specified in the pattern and the materials specified in the pattern will be sufficient. The needle or hook size called for in the pattern is based on what the designer used, but it is not unusual for gauge to vary from person to person. If it takes you fewer stitches and rows to make your swatch, try using a smaller size hook or needles; if more stitches and rows, try a larger size hook or needles.

Making a Gauge Swatch


1. The instructions provided in the loom manual for casting on are the same for both flat knitting and knitting in the round. These instructions are listed under the heading of SINGLE KNITTING.
2. Always knit in a clockwise direction around loom for single knitting in the round.
3. Contrast color peg is used to mark the beginning of each round for the Straps.
4. Once you've cast on for the Edging, begin alternating working back and forth for single knitting.
5. For Edging, loom is kept in the oval set-up to make it easier to hold. Knit only on the indicated stitches for Edging.
6. Four Rectangles are woven, then sewn together to make Bag. Straps are knitted separately.

Loom Configuration
Use the following pieces: (2) 36-hole pieces, (4) 12-hole pieces, (2) 28-hole semi-circular pieces, (4) corner pieces.

For Rectangles

Connect pieces to form a rectangle as follows: 36-hole piece > 12-hole piece > corner piece > 12-hole piece > corner piece > 36-hole piece > 12-hole piece > corner piece > 12-hole piece > corner piece.
For Straps and Edging
Connect pieces to form an oval as follows: 28-hole semi-circular piece > 36-hole piece > 28-hole semi-circular piece > 36-hole piece.

For Rectangles
Insert a small peg into every hole along each 36-hole piece, 12-hole piece, and corner piece around - 144 small working pegs placed (Use 17 for warp and 55 for weft). Insert one contrast color small peg in upper right corner for slip knot.
For Straps and Edging
Insert one small contrast color peg anywhere along loom set-up to mark beginning of round, then insert a small peg into every remaining hole along each 28-hole semi-circular piece and each 36-hole piece - 128 small working pegs placed.

Follow loom manual instructions on WEAVING for how to set up the warp, weave the weft, and remove weaving from the loom.
Holding Loom vertically, set up the warp using 2 strands held together around 17 pegs on top and 17 pegs on bottom of loom. Work with 2 strands held together for weft.
STRAPS (make 2)
Follow loom manual instructions on SINGLE KNITTING for how to cast on, knit, purl, and bind off.
With 2 strands held together and beginning at contrasting color peg, cast on 128 stitches.
Knit 4 rows in the round (knit clockwise around loom).
Bind off.

EDGING (make 2)
Follow loom manual instructions on SINGLE KNITTING for how to cast on, knit, and bind off.
Remove 88 consecutive pegs from loom - 40 pegs remain.
With 2 strands held together cast on 40 stitches.
Knit 4 rows in single knitting (knit back and forth).
Bind off.

Use yarn needle provided with loom and a single strand to whipstitch pieces together.

1. Following Diagram 1, pin one safety pin for marker A and one for marker B on each Rectangle.

2. Following Diagram 2, whipstitch Rectangles into 2 pairs.

3. Following Diagram 3, whipstitch pairs of Rectangles together.

4. Following Diagram 4, bring marker A of one Rectangle to meet marker B of adjoining Rectangle.

Whipstitch from markers down to base of Bag. Repeat with remaining Rectangles, leaving markers placed in each Rectangle as shown in Diagram 5.

5. Following Diagram 6, whipstitch one Strap between A markers along top edge of Bag. Repeat with second Strap between A markers on opposite side of Bag.

6. Following Diagram 7, whipstitch one Edging piece between Straps. Repeat with second Edging piece. Remove all markers from Bag.

7. Following Diagram 8, whipstitch ends of Edging to sides of Straps.

8. Using yarn needle provided with loom, weave in yarn ends to wrong side of Bag.



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Pattern Average Rating: *****5.0 (based on 1 review)
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Loom Woven And Knit Bag Reviewed by Lydia Portillo on 2013-09-04 *****
I have made this bag in crochet simple, knitting with special sts. and now I want to make it in Tunisian stitch. Lovely and easy. With contrasting colors look informal, but very cute.

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