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Hannah Purse

Hannah

Description
A black beaded purse. Created by the Daily Knitter staff.
Supplies
2 Skeins in Onyx M05 - Brown Sheep Yarns Lamb's Pride Worsted (85% wool / 15% mohair; 190 yds)

42 Beads - Danice Craft Designer 6 x 9 mm Pony Multi Glow in the Dark

Circular Knitting Needle - Size US 10.5, 24"

Stitch Marker

Black Wooden Purse Handles - JoAnn Sew Essentials

Details
Gauge - 12 sts = 4"

Directions
Purse Body

Thread beads on to 1 of 2 balls of yarn. Cast on 42 stitches working with 2 strands of yarn held together. (Purse will be worked with doubled yarn throughout) Join to work in the round, being careful not to twist stitches. Place marker on needle to indicate beginning of round.

Round 1: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 2: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 3: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 4: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 5: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 6: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 7: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 8: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 9: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 10: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 11: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 12: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 13: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 14: P1, K1, repeat around placing 21 beads into each of the K stitches.
Round 15: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 16: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 17: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 18: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 19: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 20: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 21: K1, P1, repeat around placing 21 beads into each of the K stitches.
Round 22: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 23: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 24: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 25: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 26: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 27: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 28: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 29: P1, K1, repeat around
Round 30: K1, P1, repeat around
Round 31: P1, K1, repeat around

Bind off.

Bottom of bag

Cast on 19 stitches with yarn doubled. Turn (do not work in the round).

Row 1: K row.
Repeat row 1 6 times.
Bind off.

Finishing

Using the size J crochet hook, work 1 row of single crochet to connect the bottom to the body of the purse.

Felt the purse using your preferred method. (Purse pictured is lightly felted to retain look of stitches.) Before letting the purse dry, pull out the beads from the matted fabric to the right side of the purse. Once dry, attach the handles.

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