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Flea Market Bag: Free pattern!

If you subscribe to Caron Connections (the newsletter for Caron yarns) you might have already noticed that they released a free pattern for this Flea Market Bag, designed by me in Vickie Howell’s new Sheep(ish) yarn.


This bag works up quickly and I have to say, I really enjoy how this yarn slides right off of my hook. I love single ply yarns because of their great stitch definition, and this color was just perfect for the market bag. I made this one a little on the smaller side, because in my experience, market bags can get all stretchy and saggy if you stuff them with too many things.  But this size is perfect for a mini produce haul at the farmer’s market, or maybe to hold your WIP. It takes just under 300 yards of worsted weight yarn, which you and I both know you probably already have stashed somewhere. You can queue it on Ravelry here, if you’d like.


I actually just finished working on another project in this yarn, which I shipped off today. I was a little sad to see it go…stay tuned!

  • auntieknits

    love the size, great not just for wine bottle, but those hard to carry baguettes!

  • What a cute bag! I've made one like this before, but it was a lot bigger and wider, this is a cute narrow version!  Should carry wine well too ;-)

  • CrochetBlogger

    So glad that you chose to make it on the smaller side because I've totally had that problem with my market bags stretching like crazy. In fact, the first market bag I made is now a laundry bag!

  • I like this market bag.  If I were to make one I think I would change the color..but everything else about it, I really like.

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