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  • Kitsch Clutch
  • Kitsch Clutch
Practical and stylish, Sade by Lucinda Ganderton is a cute clutch bag for evenings out

With a simple four-row repeating pattern, Sade by Lucinda Ganderton is speedy to knit up and can be customised to match any outfit. Because it's lined with wadding, it's sturdy enough to keep your keys, purse or phone safe, while the hidden popper fasteners make it practical and quick to open.


Pattern Instructions

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  • SADE PATTERN

    Bag

    ? With 6mm needles and yarn A cast on 80 sts
    ? Row 1: k
    ? Row 2: p1, k2tog 39 times, p1
    ? Row 3: p1, kfb 39 times, p1
    ? Row 4: p
    ? Change to yarn B
    ? Row 5: as Row 1
    ? Row 6: as Row 2
    ? Row 7: as Row 3
    ? Row 8: as Row 4
    ? Change to yarn C
    ? Row 9: as Row 1
    ? Row 10: as Row 2
    ? Row 11: as Row 3
    ? Row 12: as Row 4
    ? Rep these 12 rows five more times, then rep Rows 1 to 4 using yarn A
    ? Cast off

  • To Make Up

    Trim wadding so it is 5mm smaller all round than finished bag piece. Iron it centrally onto lining fabric following manufacturer’s instructions, then press surplus fabric at each edge to the back. Pin to WS of knitting, making sure that there is an equal amount of stitching visible along each edge. Slip stitch in place. Fold up bottom 10cm of bag with stripes running vertically. Pin sides, then slip stitch with tapestry needle and yarn A. Sew press studs in place on inside of flap and right side of bag, 5cm from the edges. Sew buttons to top of flap, so that they lie over top part of press studs

Pattern Instructions

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SADE PATTERN

Bag

? With 6mm needles and yarn A cast on 80 sts
? Row 1: k
? Row 2: p1, k2tog 39 times, p1
? Row 3: p1, kfb 39 times, p1
? Row 4: p
? Change to yarn B
? Row 5: as Row 1
? Row 6: as Row 2
? Row 7: as Row 3
? Row 8: as Row 4
? Change to yarn C
? Row 9: as Row 1
? Row 10: as Row 2
? Row 11: as Row 3
? Row 12: as Row 4
? Rep these 12 rows five more times, then rep Rows 1 to 4 using yarn A
? Cast off

To Make Up

Trim wadding so it is 5mm smaller all round than finished bag piece. Iron it centrally onto lining fabric following manufacturer’s instructions, then press surplus fabric at each edge to the back. Pin to WS of knitting, making sure that there is an equal amount of stitching visible along each edge. Slip stitch in place. Fold up bottom 10cm of bag with stripes running vertically. Pin sides, then slip stitch with tapestry needle and yarn A. Sew press studs in place on inside of flap and right side of bag, 5cm from the edges. Sew buttons to top of flap, so that they lie over top part of press studs

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Pattern Instructions

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  • SADE PATTERN

    Bag

    ? With 6mm needles and yarn A cast on 80 sts
    ? Row 1: k
    ? Row 2: p1, k2tog 39 times, p1
    ? Row 3: p1, kfb 39 times, p1
    ? Row 4: p
    ? Change to yarn B
    ? Row 5: as Row 1
    ? Row 6: as Row 2
    ? Row 7: as Row 3
    ? Row 8: as Row 4
    ? Change to yarn C
    ? Row 9: as Row 1
    ? Row 10: as Row 2
    ? Row 11: as Row 3
    ? Row 12: as Row 4
    ? Rep these 12 rows five more times, then rep Rows 1 to 4 using yarn A
    ? Cast off

  • To Make Up

    Trim wadding so it is 5mm smaller all round than finished bag piece. Iron it centrally onto lining fabric following manufacturer’s instructions, then press surplus fabric at each edge to the back. Pin to WS of knitting, making sure that there is an equal amount of stitching visible along each edge. Slip stitch in place. Fold up bottom 10cm of bag with stripes running vertically. Pin sides, then slip stitch with tapestry needle and yarn A. Sew press studs in place on inside of flap and right side of bag, 5cm from the edges. Sew buttons to top of flap, so that they lie over top part of press studs