Noni Cornucopia Bag can be made felted (be sure to use felting yarn) or unfelted. By Nora J. Bellows.
Skill Level: Easy
Size of Small Cornucopia: 16" (40cm) at widest point x 13" (33cm) tall, 10" (25cm) opening
Size of Medium Cornucopia: 20" (51cm) at widest point x 17" (43cm) tall, 11" (28cm) opening
Size of Large Cornucopia: 22.5" (57cm) at widest point x 18" (45.75cm) tall, 12" (30.5cm) opening
Yarn Required for Small:
750 yds (686 meters) of a Worsted Weight Yarn in Main Color (A), and 250 yds (229m) in Contrast Color (B) for contrast piping
Yarn Required for Medium:
1000 yds (914 meters) of a Worsted Weight Yarn in Main Color (A), and 250 yds (229m) in Contrast Color (B) for contrast piping
Yarn Required for Large:
1250 yds (229 meters) of a Worsted Weight Yarn in Main Color (A), and 250 yds (229m) in Contrast Color (B) for contrast piping
Yarn Used As Pictured: Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd's Wool Yarn
Pre-felted Gauge: 12 sts and 16 rounds = 4" using double-strand
Felted Gauge: 16 sts and 24 rounds = 4"
Suggested Needle/Hook Size:
2 US 11 (8mm) 24" (60cm) Circular Needles and US 10 (6mm) Needles (to work turnlock flap)
You Will Also Need:
Stitch Markers, a Darning/Tapestry Needle, a sewing needle, and like-colored sewing thread, quick drying fabric glue and a mini philips screw driver for turnlock application, 11 Nickel Rivets, a Noni Eclaire Turnlock, a 15" or longer zipper, and a JUL Madrid Handle (hr-33)
CLICK HERE to order a harware kit! The Noni Cornucopia Bag Hardware Kit includes 11 Nickel Rivets, 1 Noni Eclaire Turnlock, 1 Zipper, and a JUL Madrid Handle (hr-33).
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