The Tattershall Tote Knitting Pattern

This started as a simple stitch pattern, then evolved into a bag! I love the texture of this stitch, and the colour too.

The Tattershall Tote
The Tattershall Tote

Materials
Sample used Lily Sugar ‘n Cream, worsted/aran weight, approximately half a 400g cone, (300 yards/274 metres), in Sage
4mm needles
cable needle

Finished Size:
Approximatively 12”/30cm wide, 11”/28cm high, excluding handles.

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10 Comments Add yours

  1. PaperPuff says:

    Very nice! Interesting stitch and great colour.

    1. Shana says:

      Thank’ee kindly 😀
      Almost didn’t make it, mojo took a vacation after chrimbo, left for warmer climes!!

      1. PaperPuff says:

        I did wonder why I hadn’t seen any posts from you. Mojos are tricky things.

      2. PaperPuff says:

        I just replied but it disappeared. You may get it twice… I did wonder about why I hadn’t seen posts from you. Mojos are tricky things.

        1. Shana says:

          hmm the curious case of the disappearing comment, now I’ve got 2 for the price of 1 !! I really haven’t felt like blogging, or knitting, or crocheting…I’ve rediscovered baking again, cakes are much more exciting 😛

  2. It’s this kind of pattern that actually makes me wish I were still able to knit – I love the colour, the stitches. amd I really love Lily Sugar ‘n Cream! 🙂

    1. Shana says:

      Actually with the cold weather it was quite a struggle for me to knit, took me weeks to complete, usually it would take days. The yarn is lovely to knit with, haven’t tried crocheting with it, but I haven’t crocheted for months either! 😀

      1. Yes. it’s been the same for me, too – my poor hands are too bad even to hold a crochet hook, so I’m just hoping and praying for some dry weather soon, so I can at least finish the WIP’s I’ve still got waiting 🙂

        1. Shana says:

          Not just the cold, the light has been bad too, prefer natural light to work with, and that’s been in short supply of late!

          1. Yes, I do, too, and hasn’t it just 😦
            I use a SAD lamp in my room all the time because of the dreadful lack of sunshine we have, and it makes a huge difference to me – it seems like we’ve got even more bad weather due, too, so it’s going to be a necessity, I reckon :/

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