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Old 02-14-2007, 02:55 AM   #1
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I found this pattern on the Lion Brand web site for a glittery evening bag. The pattern says to work the bag in the round. The only needles listed are #8 double pointed. How can you work in the round with double pointed needles? I assume that the dp needles are for the i-cord handles.
Any suggestions?
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Knit a chevron slip stitch evening bag.he bag is knit in the round, and closes with a drawstring. The slip stitch pattern creates a firm fabric so your pennies won’t fall out! For that gala New Year's evening or any other special occasion... Skill Level: Easy
Size: One Size
Craft: Knit
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Pattern #: kgs-glitteryBag Materials:
· 1 ball 990-153 Glitterspun: Onyx
· 1 ball 990-170 Glitterspun: Gold
· 1 Lion Brand Double-Pointed Needles - Size 8

· 1 Lion Brand Stitch Markers

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Old 02-14-2007, 02:57 AM   #2
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Re: pattern question
Originally Posted by sjc
I found this pattern on the Lion Brand web site for a glittery evening bag. The pattern says to work the bag in the round. The only needles listed are #8 double pointed. How can you work in the round with double pointed needles? I assume that the dp needles are for the i-cord handles.
Any suggestions?
ThanksGlittery Evening Bag
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Knit a chevron slip stitch evening bag.he bag is knit in the round, and closes with a drawstring. The slip stitch pattern creates a firm fabric so your pennies won’t fall out! For that gala New Year's evening or any other special occasion... Skill Level: Easy
Size: One Size
Craft: Knit
Corrections: None
Pattern #: kgs-glitteryBag Materials:
· 1 ball 990-153 Glitterspun: Onyx
· 1 ball 990-170 Glitterspun: Gold
· 1 Lion Brand Double-Pointed Needles - Size 8

· 1 Lion Brand Stitch Markers

· 1 Large-Eye Blunt Needles (Set of 6)

If you go here you can see the video for knitting with DPNs.
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Old 02-14-2007, 10:42 AM   #3
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Dpns are used for working small diameter things in the round. Like socks... You could probably use Magic loop or 2 circulars for this though.

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