Drawstring Onigiri Pouch Free Knitting Pattern

This pouch is worked from bottom to top. Begin by casting on sts using Judy’s Magic Cast On and increase as soon as you cast on. Then continue to work in the round until it reaches the required length.  Tote bags come in handy for a plethora of reasons. From bringing in the groceries, carrying extra books for school, serving as an extra diaper bag or just keeping at the clutter at bag in the car, everyone needs a collection of versatile and functional bags. The drawstring hem is made by picking up the sts in the front and back side separately, finished by fold and sew the edge to the inside. The drawstring cord is made by I-Cord Method, once it done, you can place the cord to the inside of drawstring hem. Finally, the “Nori” is worked by making the rectangle and grafting it to the outside of the body.

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Onigiri Pouch Free Knitting Pattern

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Onigiri Pouch by Dhiany Nanda