Skill Level: Intrepid Easy
Size of Small Ridge: 12" (30cm) wide x 6" (15cm) deep x 13" (33cm) tall
Size of Large Ridge: 14" (38cm) wide x 7" (17.5cm) deep x 15" (38cm) tall
Yarn Required for Small Ridge:
1250 yds (1143 meters) of a Worsted Weight Felting Yarn
Yarn Required for Large Ridge:
1750 yds (1599 meters) of a Worsted Weight Felting Yarn
Yarn Used As Pictured: Stonehedge Fiber Mill Shepherd's Wool Yarn in Plum for Small Bag and Midnight Lake for Large Bag
Pre-felted Gauge: 12 sts and 16 rounds = 4" using double-strand and US 11 (8mm) needles
Felted Gauge: 16 sts and 24 rounds = 4"
Suggested Needle/Hook Size:
US 11 (8mm) 24" (60cm) Circular Needle and US 10 (6mm) Needle for turnlock flap
You Will Also Need:
Stitch Markers (one of a different color), a Darning/Tapestry Needle, a sewing needle, nylon beading thread and sewing pins, a paper hole punch to punch stiffener, 4 No. 8 seed beads to attach Noni Label, a Noni Ridge Bag Hardware Kit (158-KT) (which includes Eclair Turnlock, 1 YKK zipper, 2 bottom stops, 6 24mm Noni Big bag feet, 1 Noni Metal Label, Noni Stiffener Canvas for the bag bottom, 20 nickel rivets, 1 JUL Madrid 18" (46cm) handle (hr-33-1n)), you may want to purchase a Special Noni Rivet Setter Kit (which includes rivet setter, concave anvil, and rubber mallet) to set rivets and rivet snaps
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