Women's big bag with arans. Description and schematics. In this article, we suggest to link a large solid bag using the Aran pattern. Aran knitting is a knitted knitted fabric of the same color, decorated with expressive braids, plexes, harnesses. Such an ancient method of knitting appeared in Ireland on the Aran Islands. The name of these islands and was named this method of knitting. This method of knitting, with whichcreates a pattern of braid braids and crosses, represent fishing nets, outline the cluster of small islands in the sea and denote rocks in a stormy ocean. All braids are symbolic and any knob is located in a certain place. A sweater bound by an Aran pattern has more than 100,000 loops, which are carefully thought out. Therefore, it takes about two months to make a sweater. Each Irish fishing family knittedunique pattern. These unique patterns passed by inheritance, they could not be borrowed or transferred to foreign families. These patterns on sweaters in the old days could identify the bodies of dead fishermen, drowned during a storm in the sea, which they threw ashore. Knitted in those days more often men. Goose feathers served as spokes. Today, women are engaged in knitting. Aran sweaters are now called Irish, which are relevant in modern fashion. The design of schemes of Aranian patterns is quiteUneasy, just uneasy interlacing. Therefore, knit aran pattern can recommend to skilled craftsmen, although with great desire and perseverance, each needlewoman can achieve success. A peculiar shape of the braid is created by transferring a certain number of facial loops in the front strips on the front part of the knitting pattern. To toss the loops it is better to use a pin, although experienced needlewomen do without it, skillfully using knitting needles. The work is not easy, but your work will pay off, having received as a result a unique thing! We suggest to tie you a large women's bag using the Aran pattern. This bag looks elegant and beautiful. Presentable appearance of the bag attached to the strict lines and leather handles. To knit a bag you will need 300 g of yarnbedding shades (80m / 50g, wool - 100%), spokes 5 mm, zipper, lining fabric, two leather strips for handles. When knitting bags, we use patterns: 1. A regular braid, with a width of 8 loops. The first and third rows are tying eight facial loops. The second and subsequent even rows are knitted with the wrong loops. The fifth row is knitted like this: cross the four loops to the left - leave two loops before work on the additional spoke, two face loops and loop the extra loops from the additional knitting needle, cross the four loops to the right - leave two loops for work on the extra spoke, two face loops and We sew the loops from the additional knitting needle with the face loops. The seventh row repeat the rapport from the third row. 2. The Aran pattern is knitted according to the pattern. The density of the pattern of the Aran pattern is 18 loops x 23 rows = 10 x 10 cm. Sequence of the work: First we'll tie the back and front parts of the bag. To do this, we collect 55 loops and we knit six back loops, eight loops with a pattern, a regular braid, five back loops, 18 loops with an aran pattern, five backsets, eight stitches with a regular braid pattern, five backing loops. Having connected, thus, a cloth in height of 40sm, we close loops. The side parts of the bag and the bottom are knitted like this: we collect 18 loops and we sew five back loops, eight stitches with a pattern, an ordinary braid, five purl loops. Close the hinges, reaching a height of 98 cm from the beginning of knitting. Let's start assembling the bag. Sew the side parts and the bottom to the front and back of the bag. After sewing lining fabric and fixing leather handles. A knitted bag with an Aran pattern is ready! We hope that you liked knitting Aran patterns and in the future you will want to tie a sweater or jumper using arans.