Saturday, January 9, 2010

Week Two: Token

The day I got married, I was panicked I'd lose my engagement ring. I know some people nowadays just have one ring, or have both rings soldered together, but I went old-school and took off my diamond to make way for my wedding ring.

So, the day I got married, I knit one of these. And I wore it to my wedding. It worked perfectly.

token trio



This PDF is no longer available for free. Check the front page or the Pattern a Week Index for this week's pattern.

Token is a simple beaded bag knit in the round. The beads are added with a crochet hook as you go. It is an ideal project for a small amount of leftover yarn.

Price: $3.00 (USD)

Yarn: You will need approximately 10 yards of a laceweight yarn for best results. (Pictured: Knit Picks Merino Wool Lace Weight in Bare – lace, 1 skein / 100g / 880 yards, 100% merino)

Supplies:
  • 4 US size 2 double-pointed needles
  • 1 size 12 steel crochet hook
  • 50 size 6/0 beads
  • tapestry needle
Gauge: 1 inch = 8 sts / 9 rows in stockinette in the round

Finished Measurements: Height = 2 in., circumference = 4 in.

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