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  • Yezabel Morales

    Shy Red Fox: Beginning Nalbinding - Small 2 Color Tote Pattern

  • Tammy Huls

    This Small 2 Color Tote is an excellent beginning nalbinding project! We’re starting at the bottom of the bag and working up. We’ll make the bottom row, then go around and around in a spiral. Finally, continuing our work at the top of the bag, we’ll make the handle. We’ll be using the Oslo stitch. (Though, this pattern can easily be adapted for other stitches.) Color changes will be on the edge of the bag, so they aren’t as easily seen.

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Shy Red, Totes Patterns, Naalbind Socks, Tote Pattern, Simple Naalbind, Colors Totes, Nalbind Projects, Red Foxes, Oslo Stitches

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Nalbinding: earlier form of knitting. Basically freehand rows of interconnected loops. Popular during the High Renaissance in 15th and 16th centuries in Italy and France. They worked with gauges averaging 28sts per inch.