Flip and Tumble

Regular price $24.00 Sale

As a knitter, when I first set eyes on these "travel bags" all I saw were super cool project bags. They are environmentally friendly, economically sensitive and responsible, and they are super smooth so your luxury plies don't get fuzzy rolling about in a fiber grabbing project bag. And when you're done with your stitched masterpiece your project bag rolls up into a tiny cocoon that fits perfectly in the smallest bag...aka your notions bag (imagine sassy wink now). This set of five vibrantly zippered project bags includes:

  • 1 large (13" x 17") that I call my Whoa Mama Bag for my sweater WIP (that may or may not have been in play for 2-4 years...shhhh)
  • 2 medium (12" x 15") that I use to carry the current shawl trysts I find myself engaged in...a little cabling here, some teasing color play there...c'est manifique. Even the large Wrap-Me-Up-Darlin' shawls have plenty of room in these generous bags.
  • 1 smaller (10" x 11")  that's perfect for that 1-2 skein project that is just the right size to stuff in your purse or glove compartment to pull out when you're waiting in line or traffic somewhere...cause we all know that a "waiting line" is just another name for a BONUS Yeah-I-Can-Sneak-Another-Row-In Time Gift from the waiting place Gods.
  • 1 petite (9" x 6") sunshine-zippered bag that snuggles your notions in eager anticipation for the next time you need your needle gauge or your favorite stitch markers.

I might have about four sets of these sweet project bags scattered about the studio, the shop, the living room, the bedside table, the car, my carry all bag...but you'll understand once you pick up a set of your own. 

Functional and eco-friendly  these handy pouches are made from recycled plastic bottles. The fabric on each pouch is constructed from 100% recycled PET. Machine washable. But don't mistakenly assume that these bags feel plastic-y, No Ma'am/Siree, rather they are soft and flexible; woven into a durable rip-stop fabric that is just slightly transparent so you can see the color of your yarn through the surface to know you are grabbing the right wip as you run out the door :)