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Old 02-06-2007, 06:10 PM   #1
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What's the PERFECT Knitting Bag?
I can't seem to find the perfect knitting bag. Have you? If so, please share.

If not, share what your bag is lacking, I need these hints because I may just have to design my own!
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Old 02-06-2007, 06:24 PM   #2
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I just purchased this one and for me, it's the perfect everyday knitting bag. I have one scarf, socks, 3 patterns, 1 afghan block and assorted needles and supplies. I bring it to work with me every day and I love it!

So many nice bags out there...How to choose? Problem of abundance
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Old 02-06-2007, 06:29 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by KathyinCali
http://www.knitone.com/

I just purchased this one and for me, it's the perfect everyday knitting bag. I have one scarf, socks, 3 patterns, 1 afghan block and assorted needles and supplies. I bring it to work with me every day and I love it!

So many nice bags out there...How to choose? Problem of abundance
I Haven't found the perfect one yet.. I need one to hold a lot but still looks nice.. but I don't want it to big... I asked dh for one of these for my b-day and got "blah" he didn't like them.. . I can't decide between the keylime and mandarin but I have till April to decide...

I'm glad to hear it holds the above... I think I will really like it.. can you keep your keys and wallet in it too or do you have a separate handbag??
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Old 02-06-2007, 06:31 PM   #4
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Does Anyone Have Hersshner's Knitter's Tote???
I've seen this bag for a while now: http://www.herrschners.com/products/...__id-3509.html


Looks good, has anyone used it????????
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It also comes with a zippered bag inside that is the same material as the outside. AND it is long enough for straights if you need to carry them. Yep, I have a pair of glasses, keys, wallet and every supply you can think of, including cable needles, etc.

I love the lime green but was afraid it would get too dirty being as I throw my bags around and don't want to worry about them.
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I Have it and it has a lot of room and is wonderful for organizing your items.. I used to carry it to classes and still use it for trips home cause I can cram a lot into it... but I found it to big and bulky to use on everyday trips...

ETA: I have the orange knitting tote bag.. should have quoted you on that sorry
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I have a Namaste Messenger bag, and I like it. Lots of pockets, it expands, and I can use it for school and work. But everyone has different tastes.
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Y'all mean the Herrschner's???
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Originally Posted by KathyinCali
It also comes with a zippered bag inside that is the same material as the outside. AND it is long enough for straights if you need to carry them. Yep, I have a pair of glasses, keys, wallet and every supply you can think of, including cable needles, etc.

I love the lime green but was afraid it would get too dirty being as I throw my bags around and don't want to worry about them.
ohh thanks.. I was wondering about that... now I just need April to hurry up and get here...
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Originally Posted by Arielluria
Y'all mean the Herrschner's???
I'm speaking of the KnitOne Bag Ariellura. Cute avatar BTW!
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