Pattern is available for free on Patreon, and Ravelry
The Ribbed Bag of Many Things came about as something I made up for my roommate to put her headphones and mp3 player in, but it could be used to hold just about anything!. It’s a bag knit in the round using 1 by 1 ribbing, then seamed at the bottom with whip stitch, or mattress stitch if you prefer. Eyelets at the top allow for a twisted cord or optional I-chord drawstring.
The sample shown was made in a now discontinued sport-weight acrylic yarn, but the pattern is highly adaptable to almost any yarn weight. It’s best to use a yarn blend without a lot of drape so the bag is less likely to stretch out of shape.
This pattern is written instructions only, it does not contain charts. A large-print/screen reader accessible version is available as a free secondary download.on Patreon
Please note that gauge is not specifically important to this pattern, though changes in gauge will affect the amount of yarn used and the size of the final project.
Errata Link: http://sarahdawnsdesigns.blogspot.ca/p/ribbed-bag-of-many-things-pattern-eratta.html
Bag Finished Size:13 inch (33 cm) circumference, 8 inches (20 cm) from bottom seam to top edge.
100 to 120 yards (91 to 109 meters) of sport or light dk-weight yarn. Sample Shown in Red Heart Sport Solid in "Paddy Green"