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Old 04-03-2007, 05:42 PM   #101
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Saw this on eBay today. JIC anyone is interested in making one themselves. Something I considered because you ladies know a purse is never perfect, you always wish it had an extra pocket or something

It's for a knitting bag pattern

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Old 04-05-2007, 10:09 PM   #102
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I have a Suggestion....
For all you cat lovers and Knitters:

My cats were getting into this dinky bag I had used when I first started, so; to keep them out of harms way and to keep them from having my husband up and down trying to take the yarn way from one and the needles from the other two- I bought a Sak hand bag. It is a crochet bag, it is light weight, has inner pockets, and is a purse.
I will post the link for something similar if interested. The zipper now keeps my babies at bay and my projects safe!
Here is the link-------http://thesak.com/productexec/last_cat/4754/product_id/983/index_num/2
Copy and paste it to your browser window!
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Old 04-08-2007, 08:04 PM   #103
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Ok so Thursday is my b-day.. and I've already got a start on b-day money.. I know I wanna buy a lace blocker with part of it but I would really like to get a bag with the rest..

I still like the knitone bags

yet then I ran across this one a while back.. does anyone have it I can't seem to find a review on it..

then I found Della Q bags but can't find any good inside photos..

You wouldn't think it would be so tough to find a knitting bag...

Problem is I want a bag big enough to handle my wallet and keys.. also a project.. but I don't want a tote to carry... I buy totes then never carry them cause I feel they are to big...

If anyone has the lantern moon bag or a della q any info I'd love to read..

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Old 04-09-2007, 02:40 PM   #104
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I had every intention of buying a Lexie Barnes Lady B at Stitches, but I got a Flo instead. the Lady B just seemed too big once I really looked at it.
I it!!!
small enough to not be overwhelming, but roomy enough for small project, notions bag, wallet, makeup, keys, cel, female paraphernalia, granola bars, etc. the straps are also long enough so I can put them on my shoulder and tuck the bag under my arm.
it doesn't zip shut, but it stays shut pretty tightly thanks to strong magnets.
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Old 04-10-2007, 06:07 PM   #105
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My knitting bag got so heavy and I hated to have to tote 2 heavy bags (my purse also) out the door and everywhere I went. Right now I'm using my LL Bean Healthy Back Bag which is big enough to allow me to stick one of my projects in 2 G. zip lock bags.

I LOOOOOOOOVE that LL Bean bag. Plus, it has TONS, I MEAN TONS of pockets. If you love pockets like I do, this is the bag for you:
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Old 04-10-2007, 06:36 PM   #106
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I bought the Namaste Everyday Bag in Brick Red!!!!! I am really looking forward to getting it!!!!! It has a good amount of pockets and areas to organize, plus I think it is way cute!!!!
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Old 04-20-2007, 04:02 PM   #107
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I went to Garden Ridge today and they had MANY great large bags dirt cheap. I got a lime gree/white one big enough to throw 10 knitting items in it..........or...........more practically, toss my LLBean tote, more than one knitting project and probably even have room for a Shih Tzu
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Old 04-20-2007, 04:28 PM   #108
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I have several knitting bags, in varying sizes. They are Vera Bradley rip-off's, which are much much cheaper and work fine for me. I have a very large one, a bag that I put socks in, and another medium size one that I can put other projects in.
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Old 04-20-2007, 05:28 PM   #109
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Do you have a link for those knock offs?
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Old 04-20-2007, 05:42 PM   #110
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Here is a link to my blog where I discussed my new bag which is not a knitting bag at all, but I love it. I got it at Target.
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