I’ve been a knitter, off and on, for 20-some years and have only recently started using project bags. Of course, now I have bunches and I love them all.
Before I used project bags I used plastic zip bags, which would tear, needles would poke through and I always stuffed them too full to zip closed.
A small selection of my current project bags.
Project bags are fun. They come in bunches of patterns and sizes. They stay closed. Best of all they somehow make a pile of UFOs, like the one above, seem downright happy. I always felt such accusation from plastic zip bags.
I can also tag them.
Project tag on a project bag
Name of the project, needles size, anything I need to know to grab the right bag.Â Another use for tags that I love, too.
For your own project bag obsession, we have a giveaway from Madbird.
Project Tote from Madbird
A Project Tote, gorgeous, no? I reviewed it in this current issue.
Alecia at Madbird has donated a Project Tote for a giveaway, winner’s choice of in-stock fabrics.
Prize value $34.
You know how it works: leave a comment on this post between now and midnight eastern time,October 22nd. One comment will be chosen at random to answer a skill testing question. If the commenter answers correctly they will win the prize. If you have already won a prize from us in the past year, please do give other knitters a chance.