In the Bag

I’ve always felt the best project bags are those that are designed by other yarn-crafters. Because only a fellow addict can appreciate the various demands we make of our project bags.

Laura and her husband Nick at the Reno Show

This certainly holds true for the talented Laura Lundy the designer behind Slipped Stitch Studios. I was delighted to find her booth at the Reno Knit & Crochet Show, it was filled with gorgeous and fun project bags of every size you could think of as well as other marvelous project aids like Pattern Wallets and Magnetic line markers (so you don’t lose your place in the pattern when you have to set it down).

Of course I had to have one of her bags for myself.  I couldn’t resist this generously sized bag with the adorable sheep on it. Currently it is holding a sweater project without straining (I could fit even more yarn in there!).

Her bags are packed with all kinds of awesome features; like numerous pockets for all those goodies you need when you are on the go, as well as big expandable pockets that will hold your yarn separate from your project.

A really wonderful feature is there is nothing for your yarn to snag on, no zippers or velcro.  A drawstring closure at the top of the bag keeps everything in its place.

If you can’t wait to have one of these bags for yourself, pop on over to their website at to see all the wonderful helpful products available. Currently they are having a special promotion for Free Shipping on your order until October 15.

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