What’s in My Knitting Bag

I have no fancy designer bag, but I do have a tote bag full of knitting and crocheting goodies!

Here is my spin on those popular “What’s in My Bag” posts, as a knitter.

Fun fact:  I have never bought a bag without zippers in my life.  Most of the time, I carry my knitting around in a freebie tote like this one from Urban Outfitters, or ones I pick up from work trade shows.  However, OtterburnPQ, offers some great bags designed specifically for knitters and their projects.  Storeowner and designer JΓ©sabelle was featured in an interview here last year!

Inside my bag…

Current Project – pretty self explanatory, it is what it is.

Small Notebook – I love the office supplies at Muji, especially their pens and notebooks.  This one is so minimal and lightweight, plus blank pages provide more flexibility for when I feel like scribbling calculations or sketching.  I’m on the lookout for a small notebook with graphing paper, so please comment if you know of one!

Miscellaneous Tools (from left to right) –scissors, crochet hook and/or knitting needles, stitch holder, cable needle, tapestry needles, stitch markers

Those little tools are stored in the loveliest little embroidered bag gifted from a co-worker.

 Readers, what do you always have to carry in your knitting bag?

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3 thoughts on “What’s in My Knitting Bag

    • Hi Brittany, thanks for for stopping by! Knitting is so much fun, not to mention extremely addicting, so be warned! I would suggest you learn the basics first, such as how to cast on and how to knit and purl. I have some beginner tutorials in the “Tutorials” section, but Youtube is also a great source of knowledge. Practice a little bit first with swatches before delving into a project. And start with small, simple, quick projects, that way you can finish something in one day and knitting won’t seem so intimidating after all!

      Good luck with your knitting, and I’d love to hear how it goes!
      -Tiffany

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