Designed by Nora J. Bellows. Translation into Crochet by Stacey Trock.
Skill Level: Easy/Intrepid Beginner
Pre-felted Gauge: 11 sts and 13 rows over 4" (10cm) using a size L (8mm) hook and a double strand of worsted weight felting yarn
Felted Gauge: 16 sts and 15 rows = 4" (10cm)
Finished Size for Small Adventure Bag: 16” (40cm) wide x 8" (20cm) tall when bag is laid flat
Finished Size for Medium Adventure Bag: 19” (47.5cm) wide x 12" (30cm) tall when bag is laid flat
Finished Size for Large Adventure Bag: 27” (67.5cm) wide x 19" (47.5cm) tall when bag is laid flat
Yarn Required: for Small (Medium, Large) = 840 (1050, 2310 yds (768 (960, 2112)m) of a Worsted Weight Felting Yarn
Suggested Hook Size:
L (8mm) Crochet Hook
You Will Also Need for the Small Adventure Bag:
a pair of JUL Rolled Leather Handles with 2.5" (6.5cm) Stone Purse Rings 24", and a Zipper at least 16" (40cm) long
You Will Also Need for the Medium Adventure Bag: 2 Purse Rings, 6 Rivets, and a Zipper at least 20" (50cm) long
You Will Also Need for the Large Adventure Bag: a pari of JUL Rolled Leather Handles with Rings, 4 Rivets, and a Zipper at least 30" (50cm) long
You Will Also Need:
a Darning/Tapestry Needle, Locking Stitch Markers, a sewing needle, like-color sewing thread, a Noni Metal Label, and 1-1.5 yds (1-1.4m) of lining material according to preference
Suggested Fibers: Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd's Wool Yarn
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