What’s In Your Knitting Bag?

As editor of Creative Knitting magazine, I get to drool over all the new and exciting knitting finds that cross my desk, and in every issue I get to share these with our readers.

Here are just a few of the finds featured in the Fresh Picked Knits section of the November issue of Creative Knitting, and now I’d like to share them with you! It’s my hope that these great products will make your knitting bag just a little more organized so you can head out the door and go!

Slipped Stitch Studios has found a brilliant way to easily store and read your patterns. The magnetic place keeper easily adjusts so you can keep track of where you last left off in your pattern.

Pattern Saver Wallet by Slipped Stitch Studios

Pattern Saver Wallet by Slipped Stitch Studios.

 

Pattern Saver Wallet & Magnetic Place Keeper by Slipped Stitch Studios

Pattern Saver Wallet by Slipped Stitch Studios shown open with Magnetic Place Keeper.

By Images Stitchery Design, this Caboodle incorporates a corner gauge, thread organizer and 4-inch ruler for the stitcher, as well as needle gauge in U.S. and metric sizes, and stitch gauge and 4-inch ruler for the knitter. This all in one tool is a must for your gadget bag!

Knit Stitch Caboodle

Knit Stitch Caboodle by Images Stitchery Design.

This compact little kit by KnowKnits contains just enough yarn to make a neck-warmer, headband, bracelet and fingerless mitts.

KnowKnits- One Kit Made 4 Ways!

KnowKnits- One Kit Made 4 Ways!

Now, you need something to put all this amazing stuff in, right? The  new Mini Messenger bag from Namaste is designed with the busy knitter in mind. This practical and stylish bag is made from recycled plastic bottles, and faux micro-suede interior.

Keep everything organized with the Mini Messenger by Namaste.

Mini Messenger by Namaste.

So what’s in your knitting bag? Do you have a special trick or gadget that makes knitting on the go easier? Please share!

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