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Old 02-07-2007, 11:35 PM   #41
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Originally Posted by dustinac
I just remebered that I also have this
one and it comes in handy too.. you can fit a lot of yarn in it.. has your side pockets for water, celle phone, and head sets... the front pocket holds tons of needles and is how I store and keep my DPNs... the pocket on the flap is very roomy and where I keep my gauge thing.. and the way it closes you can fit your keys on it and keep up with them... I use this for classes too... just depends on what you are looking for.. I don't think its an everyday bag or not for me cause it is a bit bigger than I like.. but its not as bulky as the orange one...
Oh baby! I think that's it! But I'm still going to check out Hobby Lobby tomorrow!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thanks for the tips.
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Old 02-07-2007, 11:45 PM   #42
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Originally Posted by figaro
I had a picture in my mind for a long time of what my bag looked like, just a simple straw bag that would stand up on its own. And after looking all over I found it at Target a while ago on sale for maybe $12. I currently have in it 5 skeins of yarn, 6 or 7 sets of needles, 2 current projects, The Knitting Answer Book, eyeglass case and a few other little things. I love this bag, it holds everything I want and if I take it somewhere I just throw in my wallet and keys and I am off.
I do love that standing up straight feature and looking like a regular bag is a plus. Ooooh,! I have a small beach bag that would be perfect for that! AND it's lined, so your yarn won't snag. However, if you use my tip that's not an issue
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Old 02-08-2007, 03:42 PM   #43
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I got bag! Thanks for the 40% off at Hobby Lobby tip!!!!!!!!! It's the Essential Knitting Bag, reg. $19.99. Looooooooooved the pockets inside AND the large zippered pocket with..........you guessed it.............more pockets inside it. PLUS! Some elastics right on the inside top to hold your needles and placed at an angle to make them easy to pull out.
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Originally Posted by aineepooh1
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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~!!
I saw this one at one of the Hobby Lobbies I went to today, only it was named "Eagle Good To Go Knitter's Tote". Looked EXACTLY like it, color and all. Color name is "Pumpkin". It was originally $34, 40% off this week. Good luck
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I am pretty new here, but here is the one that I use. The woman who taught me how to knit made it for me. It has these nice big pockets on the outside to hold a pattern book or copies, and the inside has quite a few pockets for notions and needles, and then very roomy, I usually carry at least 2 projects in it. There is a red Top Down for Toddlers sweater in there, and I started a Clapotis the other day, so that is in there too:




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I'm planning on ordering that orange tote. It looks like it's well made, sturdy, holds a lot, and doesn't look 'girly". Hey, I am a trucker, I have my reputation to uphold
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Orange knit tote
Hey everyone the orange tote alot of you are talking about? this one..
http://www.joann.com/catalog.jhtml?C...&PRODID=130622

You can get it for $25 bucks at Joanns if you use this promotion code..I got the code as an appreciation for my order but ill share

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I have the Namaste Messenger Bag in Cranberry.
I keep checking online stores to see if I can find the same bag in Chocolate for sale
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Ooooh, good savings! Don't forget I saw the same at Hobby Lobby today for regularly $34 & 40% off makes it $20. (Plus no shipping).....BUT it's the first time I've seen it there! (see my earlier post from today).
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Ooooh, good savings! Don't forget I saw the same at Hobby Lobby today for regularly $34 & 40% off makes it $20. (Plus no shipping).....BUT it's the first time I've seen it there! (see my earlier post from today).
Oh sorry I must have read your post wrong Well maybe someone can use the code for something else
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