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Bag Style eBook: 22 Inspirational Handbags, Totes, and Carry-alls to Knit and Crochet

Whether you're an avid bag knitter or crocheter or you're creating one for the first time, the Bag Style eBook has all the inspiration, technique, and details you need.

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Make custom bags with the guidance of this one-of-a-kind eBook!

Custom handbags and handcrafted purses are hotter than ever—bags have become the trendy way to show off personal style. As knitters move away from the scarf, bags are replacing them as the most popular small project to make. Whether knitted, crocheted, or felted, there are endless ways to personalize and customize a bag. Following the success of Scarf Style, Wrap Style, and Lace Style—with more than 100,000 copies sold—the former editors of Interweave Knits have selected signature bag designs by top knitwear designers sure to be a hit with beginner and experienced knitters alike!

From a tiny pouch to carry an iPod to a generous tote based on nineteenth—century carpet bags to a felted messenger-style bag to a delicate purse with handles made of bracelets, knitters and crocheters will find loads of practical projects and inventive inspiration from twenty top knitwear designers, including Veronik Avery, Norah Gaughan, Mags Kandis, and Kristin Nicholas. Each project features gorgeous photographs and step-by-step instructions, and all techniques are explained in easy-to-understand detail.

In addition to 22 innovative patterns (19 knit and 3 crochet), the Design Notebook chapter examines the essence of the knitted bag and how to create a bag of your own. Learn ways to give a knitted or crocheted bag shape, depth, stability, handles, closures, and fasteners.

Whether you're an avid bag knitter or crocheter or you're creating one for the first time, the Bag Style eBook has all the inspiration, technique, and details you need.

Table of Contents

Why Bags?

Bag Patterns
Zenith Carpet Bag- Veronik Avery
Two-TOne Triangle Purse- Mary E'Alton
Cabana Backpack- Mags Kandis
Knitting Needle Knitting Gab- Pam Allen
Rugged Messenger Bag- Joshua Eckels
Classic Crocheted Purse- Norah Gaugham
Hemp Market Bag- Katie Himmelberg
Linen Tube Clutch- Ruthie Nussbaum
Apple Ribbon Tote- Bri Ana Drennon and Regina Rioux Gonzalez
Felt Laptop Case- Kate Jackson
Fair Isle Book Bag- Kristin Nicholas
Lace Daily Purse- Lisa Daehlin
Formal Boot Bag- Laura Irwin
Yoga Mat Tote- Sharon O'Brien
iPod Pocket- Ann Budd
Yo-Yo HoBo- Judith L. Swartz
Celtic Weekend Tote- Lisa B. Evans
Chullo Pouch- Mary Jane Mucklestone
Penny Rug Purse- Mags Kandis
Surface-Woven Tote- Theresa Schabes

Design Notebook
Glossary fo Terms and Techniques
Contributing Designers
Sources for Supplies

About the Author

Ann Budd is the best-selling author of The Knitter’s Handy Book of Patterns and The Knitter’s Handy Book of Sweater Patterns. She is also the author of Getting Started Knitting Socks, Interweave Presents Knitted Gifts, Knitting Green, and Simple Style, and coauthor of Bag Style, Color Style, Lace Style, and Wrap Style. She is a book editor and the former senior editor of Interweave Knits. She lives in Boulder, Colorado.

Pam Allen is the former editor of Interweave Knits and has been part of the hand-knitting industry since 1985. She joined Classic Elite Yarns in May 2007. Her designs have been published in Vogue Knitting, Interweave Knits, and Knitters. Her work was also featured in general interest magazines—Family Circle, Better Homes and Gardens, and Woman’s Day—and in Melanie Falick’s book Knitting in America (1996) and Vogue Knitting/American Collection (2000). She is the author of Knitting for Dummies and Scarf Style, and the co-author of 4 other titles in the Style series published by Interweave Press. As former editor of Interweave Knits, Pam worked with established hand-knitwear designers such as Norah Gaughan, Mari Lynn Patrick, and Deborah Newton, and she also encouraged new-generation designers such as Veronik Avery and Kate Gilbert. As creative director at CEY, Pam continues to work with these and other talented and well-known hand-knitwear designers, including up-and-coming blogger and designer Jared Flood. She also continues to be published not only in CEY’s semi-annual collection of best selling pattern booklets, but also in major knitting magazines, and e-zines, such as Twist Collective and

"If you love to knit bags, this book is a must-have."- Guide to Knitting

"There are lots of interesting purse designs in this book, more than in many other handbag books on the market."- Knitting News

SKU: EP4798

Author/Speaker/Editor: Ann Budd

Format: eBook

ISBN 13: 9781596687462

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