Numerical Knitting

December 28, 2007

Quick post…

Filed under: Knitting — by bethc @ 9:06 am

Christmas was good, now it must be cleaned up before my parents arrive tomorrow! I have a quick question, though. I have some money burning a hole in my pocket and want to spend it on a knitting bag. I am willing to pay quite a bit, but want something that I can use a purse and a knitting bag. Any suggestions?

4 Comments »

  1. Well I know I love my Haiku bag, it works pretty well for both. I’ve also eyed the Namaste messenger bags a bit too.

    Comment by Lauren — December 28, 2007 @ 10:18 am |Reply

  2. I like the look of Namaste messenger style bags (kpixie.com has some). And Jordana Paige bags look nice as well (someone at Sweet Life has the purse-y one).

    Comment by Amber — December 28, 2007 @ 11:00 am |Reply

  3. I have one of the Jordana Paige purses, but I don’t think they make it in the style I have anymore. I thought it would be great to carry everything in one bag but I found I just didn’t use the knitting purse that much. It might have been because of the style of the purse, or maybe I just prefer having the stuff in separate bags. I’m not sure.

    This probably wasn’t very helpful…

    Comment by Vicki — December 31, 2007 @ 1:51 am |Reply

  4. i’ve heard good things about the new tom bihn bag: http://www.tombihn.com/page/001/PROD/500/TB0660.

    i don’t care much for the jordana paige bags. they feel a little bit too pleather-y to me.

    thanks for your comment about my car. i’m doing okay! aside from that headache i’ve had since monday…

    Comment by mai — January 2, 2008 @ 10:39 pm |Reply


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