On-the-Go Project Bag (and a Giveaway!)

Cute bag up for grabs on this blog. Check it out!


When carrying my knitting around, I like to keep it in nice project bags. I used to drop works in progress (WIPs) into ziplock bags and throw them into my purse or tote bag. It was handy but not very attractive. I have a couple of large bags that I’ve acquired through the years that are my standbys. Those are better suited for large WIPs; one of them is currently holding a blanket that will ultimately fit a double-sized bed. Another is a tote bag with a witty phrase. For small projects – like socks – I use this little silk bag.

Silk Project Bag 1

The bag is 8.5″ tall, 8″ wide and about 2″ deep (21.5 cm x 20 cm x 5 cm). It fits the necessary yarn, needles, notions, and patterns for socks, hand warmers, a hat or other small projects.

Silk Project Bag 2

It is fully lined and cinches closed. And it’s pretty. It’s meant to…

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4 thoughts on “On-the-Go Project Bag (and a Giveaway!)

  1. Andrea @ This Knitted Life March 14, 2016 / 10:47 am

    Project bags make a big difference, I am realizing. I recently invested in a couple, although I still have a third project floating around in a plastic Ziploc bag, needles and all (I ran out of bags…)

    • chrisknits March 14, 2016 / 12:52 pm

      I’ll never run out of bags considering I make them too. The bad thing is I always have enough to never stop casting on new projects!

  2. ellen March 14, 2016 / 6:03 pm

    I can never have enough knitting project bags, and I use all kinds. ziplock, drawstring, reusable laundry, gym, groceries, you name it. I’m bag shameless.

    • chrisknits March 14, 2016 / 9:41 pm

      HAHAHA!!! A gym bag?? I do hope the stinking clothes were not in there at the same time?

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