Thirty projects from 23 countries offer a worldwide representation of bags, from Asia and Africa to Europe and the Americas. From the fish-shaped Japanese felted bag to the Persian carpet?inspired handbag, each bag is a product of its cultural history. Each pattern begins with a brief history describing the source behind these contemporary interpretations of folk designs. Folk stories also accompany many projects. Included are designs for bags for work or play, and bags of all shapes, colors, textures, and sizes. Using this collection, knitters can create bags for children, for market, for everyday, or for a special evening event.
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Adjust needle Adjust needle size alpaca Aran sweater back loop bags beads BO 1 st Bushoong camel hair Cameroon carpet circular circ cloth colored heads correct gauge crochet hook Cut yarn Cut-pile diameter disc estry flap folds Fur stitch GAUGE 22 sts hank hold in front I-cord ikat dyeing inc 1 st Incan inette stitch Japanese k2tog knotted fringe Let dry completely long straight sewing mesh stitch necessary to obtain obtain the correct origami outer edge p2tog Persian carpet piece measures pins with colored psso pull purl purse raffia reverse St st right needle sewn shape size if necessary skeins slip 3 sts slip st smooth waste yarn spiral st decrease st each end Steam block stem stitch STITCH GUIDE stitch holder straight sewing pins sts kwise tapestry needle threads Uzbek warp weft Whipstitch woven wrong side yarn tail Yoruba Zigzag