Herringbone shoulder bag

I made this for carrying my current project around.

Created by: Sue W

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  • Project Details


    Well, a girl can never have too many bags, can she? I had 2 balls of mango and 2 of pistache left over from another project so originally this bag was going to be striped, however the herringbone stitch I chose doesn't lend itself to stripes as you have to slip stitch every 2 stitches so the colour carries up to the next row. So I frogged to the original colour and carried on with that. I'll use the pistache for the strap which will also be the sides and base. I like the stitch as it creates a firm fabric which should be ideal to support the weight of everything I put in the finished bag.


    • material-yarn
      Sirdar Ella Summer Luxe Cotton Blend DK - Mangue and Pistache 3.0 balls

    Needles & Hooks

    • Single Point 4.00mm (US 6) 33cm


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    Notes: Front & back - 22cm x 29cm
    Will have a 5cm wide strap/sides/base too



    craft-knitting Knitting

    Skill Level

    difficulty Intermediate


    project-state In progress
    Started on: Jul 14, 2017
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