They are like potato chips, you can't stop with just one! Or maybe it's because of my goal to do a real grocery shopping trip with them at the end of the month? Either way, I'm enjoying the learning curve!
Join us in April as we knit Elisa's Nest Tote together!
Weather you belong to the project365ers on Ravelry or just want to do your part for the earth, knit this fun, easy and re-usable tote and have a chance to win a prize! Post pictures, ask questions, and share your knitting experience!
Who wouldn't want a chance to win yarn, a flicker Pro Account, or Moo Cards or a Blog Re-design!!!
e-mail: guotski4(at)yahoo(dot)com or message me on Ravelry: naturallyknitty with the following info:
in the subject please put~ JoinTote KAL
*your name~ as you would like on the side bar *your blog address (on flickr or ravelry account)~ to be linked to on the side bar *your e-mail address~ so I can send you an invite
to have a chance to win the prize you must... *knit one tote *complete it in the month of April *post a picture on this blog *include your sidebar name(so I know who to give credit too)!
*One credit per tote, if you knit 3 totes, you get 3 chances to win!
The Ravelry project for the bottomed bag is here, and here is her blog post for the project. She used the direction for the bottom of this bag. For my bag I cast on 41 stitches and knit in garter stitch for 3 1/2" before picking up stitches around the edge and working in stockinette stitch for 8 rows. (Diane/StudioD)