Phoenix Feathers bag
As a Phoenix dies, it goes up in flames and will be born anew from the ashes.
The lace pattern on this bag and the contrast colour that can be seen through the top layer give the impression of flames and feathers, as on a Phoenix.
The two layers make the bag a bit more sturdy than just one, but it still stretches so you can fit a lot into it.
MC: Drops Paris Red, Col. 12, 3 skeins (225 m/246 yds)
CC: Drops Paris Orange, Col. 13, 3 skeins (200 m/246 yds)
I used up almost all of my 3 balls in MC, so I suggest getting an extra one just to be safe or if you are not sure if you can match my gauge exactly
Circular knitting needle size 4.5mm/US size 7
2 needles from a set of dpns, size 4mm/US size 6
2 stitch markers
2 safety pins or pieces of waste yarn, to place stitches on hold
17 sts and 24 rows = 10 cm/4” in stockinette
Gauge is not crucial here, but it might affect the size of your finished bag and how much yarn you need.
32 cm/12.5” high and wide, strap length 75 cm/29.5”