The Mitred Granny bags consists of two panels and for each of them you’ll make four mitred granny squares. You’ll join the two panels and then you’ll make the handle. I love this simple and robust handle. It’s very convenient to hang it on the steering wheel of my bike.
I used Scheepjes Cahlista (50g/85m). Cahlista means exceptionally pretty and that’s what this yarn is. It’s available in 109 different colours! I love the colours I picked. The perfect autumn colours if you ask me! (But I use autumn colours all year round so that maybe doesn’t count.)
I only used small amounts of yarn for each square so it might just be a prefect stash buster for you. This is a list of the total amount I used for the bag:
A: 505 Linen 110g
B: 388 Rust 25g
C: 393 Charcoal 12g
D: 249 Saffran 32g
E: 383 Ginger Gold 17g
This bag works up pretty fast and is beginner friendly. The printable PDF contains helpful photos and a chart.