I cant believe it's already September! I know many people say that at the beginning of every month, but August definitely just zipped by. It's already been nearly a year since Rick and I went to Iceland, which is unbelievable. This week, I am sharing some tools that are pretty neat.
Keep Calm and Carry Yarn bag by JennieGee. I've been eyeing these bags for AGES. All the bags are hand dyed, and hand silk screened, which makes them all slightly different from one another, and I think that is pretty neat. I really like this bright turquoise blue colour. I have a couple project bags currently, but should I need another, I'm almost certain this will be it. Her shop started out selling the same print on posters, which I also loved. I wouldn't mind getting one of them to put in my future knitting room, should the make them available again.
another project bag. This is an entirely different style from the first, but still very functional. Many of my projects are too large to put in a bag like this, but that doesn't stop me from liking them as much as I do. I could definitely find a project to fit in one of these. This bag in particular is made out of a really pretty fabric that I really enjoy. Overall, these boxy bags would be perfect to tuck into the corner of my purse, and be able to pull out easily when I want to knit in public.
The Knitter's Tool Tin. This one comes with scissors, darning needles, a tape measure and many other little tools that are indispensable for knitters and crocheters alike. It's in a tin similar to an Altoid's tin, which is a great size to throw into one of the aforementioned project bags. I definitely need to get one of these for myself.
I hope you've enjoyed the items I've shared today! Don't forget, if you want to see one of your knitting related items in one of these posts in the future, just leave a comment, or contact me on Etsy!