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dallaswinn 06-01-2005 12:55 PM

Knit Pattern wanted
 
I saw the cutest bag on the Berroco website but it was a crochet pattern. :( It's called the Annie Bag.

Was wondering if anyone had done this in a knit pattern?

ANNIE BAG

Couldn't figure out how you guys insert a web address with a single word, so I hope the above link works.

jodstr2 06-01-2005 01:11 PM

oooh, that's a gorgeous bag! :heart: :D

to do a 'single word' link , do this:
[ url= http://www.berroco.com/exclusives/an...annie_bag.html ] Annie bag [ /url ]

but eliminate the spaces:
Annie bag

dallaswinn 06-01-2005 01:16 PM

Thanks Jodi, but I still don't get it. :thinking:

I just copied the link to the message but how did you get it to rename it?

jodstr2 06-01-2005 01:22 PM

ok, this might be easier: eliminate the spaces from the beginning and end of what is in the brackets:

[ url=http://www.berroco.com/exclusives/annie_bag/annie_bag.html ]Annie bag[ /url ]

the rename part is the part btwn the ] and the [
so whatever you write btwn the ] and the [ will be what is visible in your post.

wish I could help you with the knit pattern :( - that bag looks really cool! :D

roxyquiksilver34 06-01-2005 01:29 PM

this bag reminds me of the Suki tote from knitty.com


CLICK HERE


This version is big, but there is a smaller version in the Knit Wit book called Suki II which would probably serve you better, just sub the handles with drawstrings. Maybe a cotton-blend yarn, no felting?

Just a thought. Enjoy!

Roxy

dallaswinn 06-01-2005 01:29 PM

I think I've got it! :thumbsup: Thanks so much :cheering:

It IS a great bag though!

dallaswinn 06-01-2005 01:31 PM

Thanks Roxie! That's a very good substitution; just do it as a drawstring and NO felting!

roxyquiksilver34 06-01-2005 01:37 PM

You're welcome dallas!
Also - a tip on HTML .... anytime you're wondering how stuff is written on a web page you can always right-click the page then choose "View Page Source"

It will show the exact code for everything on that page. I would recommend getting familiar a little bit more first, otherwise it can be confusing/overwhelming... I know I was in the beginning!


Good luck with your bag projects!

:)

Roxy

brendajos 06-01-2005 01:49 PM

i don't know it looks like the Trio bag to me. Can be found on this site under bags and purses, and http://www.straw.com/cpy/patterns/trio-knit-bag.html

i have been trying to find the yarn for that one, or a substitute cuz i like that one a lot. I want to do a bag and i am not sure my machine will felt anything properly from what i have read because it is front load, so i am skeeered of trying the booga. This one looks great to me...just hafta find the yarn...lol

KellyK 06-01-2005 03:25 PM

OH Im liking that Trio bag! :cheering: Im not usually a bag person!


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