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PLEASE don’t be afraid of sewing in the zipper—BE PATIENT AND I GUARANTEE YOU’LL BE SUCCESSFUL. finished measurements 6 ¼ x 9", before felting 5" diameter, after felting Results will depend on felting conditions and time spent felting. yarn Brown Sheep Lamb’s Pride Worsted (85% wool, 15% mohair; 190 yards / 113 grams): 1 skein. 5 mm) Change needle size if necessary to obtain the correct gauge. notions Stitch marker Stitch holder or waste yarn Tapestry needle Smooth cotton waste yarn, for basting 7" zipper Sewing pins, needle, and thread gauge 16 sts and 19 rows = 4" (10 cm) in Stockinette stitch (St st) bag CO 26 sts.

Do not use bath towels! Towels create lint that will felt into your project. 4. Approximately every 3 to 5 minutes, check on the felting progress by removing your project from the washing machine, gently squeezing it to remove excess moisture, and assessing how close it is to the desired size and texture. If necessary, return the project to the machine, resetting the wash cycle. Repeat this process until your project is felted as desired. Your project is the most unstable at the beginning of the felting process.

Bag Using A, CO 50 sts. Working in St st, follow Rows 1-107 of large chart. Change to B and work for 2". Follow Rows 1-17 of small chart. Using B, continue in St st for 6¼", decreasing 1 st on first row and ending with a RS row—49 sts remain. pocket placement: With WS facing, p11, BO center 27 sts, purl to end. Next row: Using D, k11, position pocket behind work and knit 27 pocket sts, k11. Continuing in St st, work 2 more rows in D, then work the following stripe sequence 3 times: 3 rows E, 3C, 3A, 3B, 3D.

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