I finished knitting my Booga Bag yesterday for the Summer KAL – CAL Purse Roundup:
As you can see, I’m still working on the i-cord handle. Last night I went to Lollicup with the Arvada Knitters and Christie showed me how to knit i-cord (since she was also making i-cord handles for a bag). Thanks Christie! This certainly isn’t a hard technique, but it sure does take a while! I had hoped to be able to felt my bag and i-cord tonight, but that’s not going to happen. The picture shows how much I was able to get done in about 3 hours last night…and I have to make this i-cord 5 to 6 FEET!!! Holy cow! This is going to take a while :)
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Ya, but the bag sure looks great! I can’t wait to see the final product!
It was AWESOME to chat with you last night. I am so glad to have met you Terrie!
I told you i-cords are a drag! :) Great job! I love the bag! I need to get some progress done on mine!
I-cords take a bit of practice, but once you get to them they are a breaze! Great work by the way – I too made this pattern in a Noro yarn all for myself.
Your bag looks great. I love it and you are doing a really good job on the I cord.
I started on my Booga last night! Are you still I cording or did you felt yet?
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