I’ve just finished yet another Maiya’ kma felted wool basket, and with two short handles it is like a market bag. I can’t believe how much fun they are to make and I can’t seem to stop myself. It is truly amazing that such a stiff and rugged wool basket was transformed in two hot wash cycles from this . . .
I really love this colorway by the way . . .
Here it is paired with the one in the previous post, and now they are a nesting pair!
They are ready for the post now for a birthday next week, and I so do hope the postal service is on time!
Yarn: Knit Picks Wool Of The Andes Worsted(two-held-together)
Details: For larger here, For smaller here.
I have been walking. I have been knitting while walking. A lot ! Lately, when I don’t have anything really going on, there’s always at least a knit-in-the-round project of a bag hanging on the hook as I go out the door, to sling over my shoulders, pick up the rounds, and go. Lately I’ve made knitting bags . . .
The yarn for this one was from my own handspun which was spun from Hazel’s wool and will be given to someone who requested a knitted lunch bag for Christmas !
I’ve been knitting while hiking a lot, as you know, and been producing many of these satchels. They felt up well. Nearly too well in fact. These are two of about five I’ve made in the last couple of months ~ since I’ve gone manic with the knit-walking, you know, I’ve needed them to hold yarns , often two , one slung over each shoulder.
I’ve posted all the bags & satchels on my projects page in Ravelry HERE
Well that’s my post for the day,
back to work making more Things Knitted !