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Old 02-07-2007, 12:05 AM   #21
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Originally Posted by Arielluria
What's a "namaste messenger bag" look like? Anyone have a pic?

I will tell you the same thing I have said to other people. Don't blame me if you get hooked on the needles on this site but you should be able to see the messenger bag here.
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Old 02-07-2007, 12:15 AM   #22
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Mine's the cranberry one....
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Old 02-07-2007, 01:04 AM   #23
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How much is that bad boy orange bag??? : I like it ALOT~ looks highly functional~~
and my orange lovin' nephew would freak~!!
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Old 02-07-2007, 10:42 AM   #24
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I have the herrschners bag. I like it because of how much it allows you to carry. You can work right out of the side pockets with taking your yarn out. the inside is large enough for multiple wips and inside pockets for just about everything. Also has elastic thingys to holds needs. I like to carry this to classes or knitting gatherings but as mentioned earlier it is a little large for everyday or for the bag to be used of the always on hand, never leave home without my knitting. I am looking for a small stylish bag that can be carried in conjunction with my purse and not have me looking like a bag lady.
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Old 02-07-2007, 10:55 AM   #25
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This is the one I have
http://www.ebags.com/baggallini/expa...m?modelid=5788

I bought it years ago to take on a trip with me and when I started knitting I dumped my things in there. My improvement was the sliding zipper Zip Lock bags, freezer weight, and I haven't found any "knitting" bags I like any better or even as much.
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Old 02-07-2007, 11:00 AM   #26
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I got mine at Hobby Lobby - not even sure of the name brand, but it did say knitting bag on it - it is AWESOME! It has a zippered front where I can hold scissors and all my little tools, tape measure - everything - Then it has little side pockets that can hold all kinds of little goodies and needles - plus it has an open pocket on the front that's perfect to hold patterns, and then the inside is roomy, has a space to place 2 pairs of straight needles and came with a yarn holder that you could use - I choose not to - but its fantastic! And with the 40% off coupon that Hobby Lobby has all the time - I think I got it for under $20.00 - It's tan and looks a lot like a computer bag or purse - I LOVE IT!
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I have a bag that my sister in law made me for Christmas. It's very big, and it has several little pockets on the outside, and more on the inside. She also made me a needle roll to match. It's very cute. It's a mauve colored burlap on the outside, with green, ivory and mauve striped cotton pockets on the outside, and the inside is lined in an ivory garden print (pockets inside to match). It's very me.

The only thing I don't love about it is that all of the pockets are "open" pockets"...meaning there is no closures on them. So my little stuff flies out every time I throw the bag down (which I do. Alot). If I could change anything, I would add snaps to all of the pockets.

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How much is that bad boy orange bag??? : I like it ALOT~ looks highly functional~~
and my orange lovin' nephew would freak~!!
Hi it's $40 at http://www.herrschners.com/products/...__id-3509.html
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Originally Posted by becjo
I got mine at Hobby Lobby - not even sure of the name brand, but it did say knitting bag on it - it is AWESOME! It has a zippered front where I can hold scissors and all my little tools, tape measure - everything - Then it has little side pockets that can hold all kinds of little goodies and needles - plus it has an open pocket on the front that's perfect to hold patterns, and then the inside is roomy, has a space to place 2 pairs of straight needles and came with a yarn holder that you could use - I choose not to - but its fantastic! And with the 40% off coupon that Hobby Lobby has all the time - I think I got it for under $20.00 - It's tan and looks a lot like a computer bag or purse - I LOVE IT!
That sounds great. I go there all he time, is there a label on the bag or can you include a picture???
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What's a "namaste messenger bag" look like? Anyone have a pic?

I will tell you the same thing I have said to other people. Don't blame me if you get hooked on the needles on this site but you should be able to see the messenger bag here.
Ooooh love the cranberry and the mauve. How much did that bad boy cost you, if you don't mind my asking?
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