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Friday September 17, 2021
Summer Workshop Series:  Macramè

Designer: @knit_co

Summer Market Bag

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    This summer market bag is great to carry all your stuff to the park, beach, or from the weekend farmer’s market. It's made with fabric yarn, but also looks good in macramé cord. You can make it in any color you like.

    The pattern includes step-by-step description and several photos to accompany the instructions.

    Size:
    Width: 30cm (when stretched). The average length is 60cm, but you can make it longer by doing some extra rows or making the handles longer.

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    Meet the designer: Julia

    📍 Volgograd, Russia

    Knitting and crocheting have always been a family thing for me. I would say it’s in my blood :) My great grandmother taught my mother to knit when she was just a little girl and I grew up in a creative atmosphere, watching my mom knitting every free minute to make socks, gloves, sweaters, dresses, some incredible things for our home, I doubt there’s a thing she couldn’t make. I watched and learnt knitting from an early age but started to take it seriously only about seven years ago. I’ve found passion in designing bags and working with different types of yarn - raphia, cotton, macrame ropes, fabric yarn, wool, etc. Colors and textures are my true inspiration not only in knitting and crocheting but in any other forms of design and of course nature. 

    The funny fact about the name KnitCo that it sounds like “thread, yarn” in Russian.

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