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Giveaway + 3 Ways to Use our Fabric Bags (That Aren't for Knitting)

While we love knitting (and yarn and crocheting, too!) some of our products aren't just for knitters. Our fabric bags are colorful, durable, and washable - made from stunning hand-printed fabrics in a variety of styles, they are ideal for many different uses! Read below for 3 non-knitting ways to use these bags.

1. When you travel, it's important to keep all of your vitamins. supplements, and other small things contained and all in one place. The small zipper pouch from the Amber line is great for teas, Emergen-C and other small things you might need when traveling, and want to be able to reach quickly.



2. Another organizational/travel tip is to use one of the large zipper bags from the Joy line as a makeup bag or dopp kit. Keep small toiletry items inside along with make-up, travel-size shampoos or lotions, or a small hair brush. This will help clean up and dress up your bathroom counter with a cute fabric bag.


3. If you are into other fiber arts like embroidery or needlework, a medium zipper pouch from Amber line is good for containing other tools of the trade, here we have embroidery floss, some wooden cross stitch blanks, scissors, and other small notions.


Click here to see all of our fabric bag options on the Knitter's Pride website. If you already have one of our fabric bags, we'd love to see how you are using them - show us over on Instagram and use the hashtag #knitterspride!

Giveaway

One of our lucky blog readers will win a red Amber zipper pouch this month! To enter, leave a comment telling us how you would use one of these bags! Be sure to also include your Ravelry ID or email address so that we can contact you if you win.

We will randomly select a winning comment to announce on our next blog post on Friday, February 24. Good luck!

156 comments:

  1. This case would be PERFECT for the tools I need to work on tapestries, including bobbins, ruler, needles, scissors, etc. The Amber pouch would accompany a small tapestry loom for meetings and other travel.
    mlbs on rav

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  2. A little boring perhaps, but I'd use it to carry my knitting notions (scissors, guage ruler, needles, stitch markers, etc.) SheilaOKeefe on rav

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  3. Notions, sock knitting...

    Ravelry: ReannaLynne

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  4. I always take a project with me whenever I leave the house and this would be great for all the small parts or crochet hooks. Sizzy on Ravelry

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  5. I would use it for my notions. I'm always losing track of them. It would be nice to have them all in one handy place. Savannagal on Rav.

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  6. north4me2 on Ravelry
    I would use it for all my stitch markers, measuring tape, darning needles and scissors. I keep losing them around the house.

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  7. I would use this bag to hold my knitting accessories like measuring tape, crochet hooks, darning needles, scissors, pen, and notebook.
    knittingdancer on Raverly

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  8. I have been wanting to make knitting kits. Pouches that contain all the accessories I need when knitting, but are too usually to excited to gather at the moment. Tapestry needle, waste yarn, stitch markers, scissors, pen, paper, lip balm, and more.

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  9. I think I would make this my knitting zen pouch.... A tea bag, some ear buds, hand lotion etc....
    themomster
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  10. I would make a new notions bag of it - with all the small tools I can fit into it. Then I would put it in my car for those (too many) times I have remembered my knitting on a trip but forgot something I'd taken out of my notions bag.
    greyowl on ravelry

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  11. knitting doodads!! 😁 KristiPete on ravelry

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  12. I would probably use it for notions.
    Margostitches on Ravelry

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  13. Knitting notions for sure. Can't have enough places to stash needles & notions. Rav amchart

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  14. I love that first idea of a travel pouch. I would probably fill mine full of lozenges, emergen-c, and other sorts of things people like to have when traveling, and then leave it in my guest room for when we have people over.

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  15. So many ways!!! For my purse yo jold cosmetics, or pens and pad of paper, or snacks!!! Love it. Braeburnknitter on Rav

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  16. A perfect place for knitting and stitching notions that are always escaping. Thanks for the giveaway.
    deblyn153 on RAV

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  17. For everything! Tea, notes, headsets, scrunchies.....

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  18. Such a cute pouch! I would use it for notions, or maybe a small project!
    Rav: RoseAndDahlia

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  20. I'd love one of these to organize my backpack for work (and red's my favourite colour!).

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  21. This would be a great "to go" kit for all the knitting essentials.

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  22. I would use it for my sock project. But when I am not knitting I would use it to keep my weight watcher snacks in.

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  23. This bag looks like a portable sock knitting bag, for my KP circs, yarn, row counter, scissors, etc. bikrgran

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  24. I would love one of your wonderful bags!

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  25. Looks like a perfect notions bag and depending on the size, a great place to keep a small project, like socks or a hat. Thanks for the chance!
    Ravelry name is khare.

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  26. Perfect for a sock knitting on the go. I always have a project in my purse.

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  27. I would use this bag while traveling to help me stay organized. GiGiGinny on ravelry

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  28. I would use this for my notions and dpns. Perfect size
    Raverly name: gatlinbear

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  29. I would have a few uses for it. I would use it for my knitting notions in my project bags. I could also use it for my tatting projects. Witatter on Ravelry.

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  30. I just bought a new knitting bag and it's sides are not as stiff as I would like. I've been thinking a bag within a bag would help me stay organized and also give more structure to the softer bag. Marja @marjact at twitter or instagram

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  31. The bag would be great to corral the small weaving items and to carry bobbins when I travel with my rigid heddle.
    Someyarn on rav

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  32. Possibly for an embroidery project for on the go. Nice add to the knitting on the go!

    Karen
    kwoodie on Rav

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  33. Rav: Beeanimated
    It would either replace my current notions bag that can barely contain everything or hold my journaling supplies (pens, colored pencils, etc.)

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  34. I have been knitting knockers and love to give a pair in a beautiful fabric bag ....
    Rhinonotes (Rav ID)

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  35. I always take a mindless project to PT. Would love to carry it in one of these bags!

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  36. These look great! No one can ever have too many notions bags.....

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  37. Ive been making macrame friendship bracelets recently and would use one to carry the embroidery floss and scissors when I'm out of the house.

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  38. If I didn't use it for knitting items, I'd use it in my purse to keep small things from getting "lost" lol. Rav- dinasmiles2

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  39. I would use this adorable pouch for all my knitting notions that I need for all my WIPs. I don't have enough notions to keep them with each and every project, so I need a central spot for everything!

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  40. Kathiepoo on ravelry21 February 2017 at 05:50

    I would use the smaller bags for knitting notions ..stitch markers and cable holders,etc..the larger size may fit the sock in progress !

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  41. I love a new project or notions bag. I would use this one matched to a WIP. A good project bag - both in looks & function enhances my knitting experience. RavID:cteffenhart256

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  42. I would use the larger bag to hold notions..The smaller bag I would use for kleenex (I have 4 kids that always need a kleenex) and small treats for them like suckers or a chocolate.

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  43. I would use this beautiful bag for my gadgets: measuring tape, cable needle, scissors, stitch markers etc. Thanks for the giveaway! Ravelry - knittinnerd

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  44. I always have a project on the go; each bag would be for the notions i need for each project!
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  45. Ooooh, I adore pouches. Since I prefer to use non-purse bags as purses (like messenger bags or laptop bags), I'm always needing pouches to keep small things find-able, like pens and pencils, nail-clippers and other essentials, tools (I make jewelry), gum and breath mints, etc. And I need a bag for my colored pencils, suddenly, since coloring is now a thing! RavID: jenonymous

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  46. I like to keep my electronic doodads -- chargers, adapters, etc. -- in zipper bags when I'm traveling! Ravelry: I am knitorious

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  47. I would use it for a variety of things, including as a project bag for small knitting projects like socks, a clutch, or even to hold small items like toiletries, vitamins, electronic cords, etc. for travel. Thank you for this opportunity! :)

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  48. I would definitely keep it in my purse with all the small things that normally sink to the bottom and never can find when needed. And people would definitely comment on how cute that bag is!!

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  49. I would use this adorable bag to organize my meds for travel. I take a lot of medicine and don't have a bag that works well so all the bottles tend to get tossed in whatever large bag or suitcase I'm using which sucks in an emergency because I end up having to dig for my life saving meds. Being on disability doesn't allow me much extra income to buy extras.

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  50. This would be great to carry my iPod, earphones, etc when I head to the gym. mrschknlvr on Ravelry

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  51. Who can't use another little bag... for a phone charger, or ear buds... can't have then tangled in my yarn!

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  52. I love a stylish bag for knitting notions - they jazz up the knitting!
    Srapoport@rogers.com

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  53. I am not sure if my comment published... but I would use this lovely thing for my knitting gadgets, a spare crochet hook or two for emergency repairs, my Kindle Fire cord ... and a spare chanter reed for my bagpipes. Hey - ya never know!

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  54. Aside from all the fiber-y uses, it would be a great way to keep all those errant coupons floating around in my purse rounded up in one place, where I could actually find them and actually use them! Ha,mha!
    kathy@sheepthrillsfarm.com

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  55. After purchasing a ton of stitch markers for a large blanket that required four markers per square while they waited to be put together, I have a LOT of stitch markers that now need a home :)
    moolene on ravelry

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  56. Besides using them for holding my knitting projects, I use little bags like these for when we go to our little shack in the woods, to hold my toiletries and medicine.

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  57. So pretty! The Amber pouch would be perfect to keep hand sanitizer, pacifiers, and other odds and ends in my grandson's diaper bag. I'm always digging for things! And, red is easy to find in a deep bag. (conniecrill@gmail.com)

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  58. I like to keep all my knitting notions together in a bag for each project. I also have a spare bag ready to go with scissors, stitch markers, a crochet hook, a tapestry needle, etc. so I can just grab it if I'm out the door in a hurry. This stylish bag would certainly step my game up a notch! (amalya on Ravelry)

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  59. Perfect for my extra spinning doodads and extra roving for travel

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  60. I love this lovely bag I will use it to carry s sock project...thanks
    Rav: Fancygail

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  61. I keep an extra bag of notions in the car so I can squeeze in every extra bit of kitting time I can. It allows me to get knitting g done faster and I can ignore my husband's sporting events on the radio. sherryglover1 on RAV

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  62. I often travel with small hand sewing. I am a quilter and this bag would be great for hexagon parts and tools for my hexie blocks. Everything in one place!!!

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  63. This adorable little bag would be perfect for so many things, I am an organization freak so there are numerous ways I could use this, for my knitting supplies, for all that loose stuff floating around in my purse, it could be for parts and pieces of all my tech toys. Soo many ways

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  64. First and foremost, I'd use it as a sock knitting notions pouch, but I'd throw in extra things like a nail file, emergency medication, and hair clips. (Zoei on Ravelry)

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  65. The ideas are endless! Makeup kit, crochet notions bag, earbuds and charger for my cellphone, it just goes on and on. Thank you.

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  66. I would use this for my knitting tools that I like to carry with me...much nicer than a clear plastic baggie 😊
    Ravelry: NWquilter49

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  67. Already use a small zipper bag for knitting notions and an even smaller, quilted one just fits my iPod and earbuds. I do a fair amount of "plane knitting" so organizing and keeping things contained is vital!

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  68. OMG! I didn't realize you had these gorgeous cases! I especially like the Amber case shown above and wish you had more like that (I like being able to see what's in the case so I can be carrying multiple cases and find the one I want quickly). I am super-excited about the pretty cases for interchangeable needles. I currently have three (!) sets of KP interchangeable needles and at least 20 FCNs. Any chance of getting an expandable case for interchangeables, and/or a "hybrid" to hold both ICNs and FCNs? Love, love, love your products!

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  69. I would use it to carry my chemo meds in! I would be a pretty and practical way to always have them with me.

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  70. I would use it to carry notions for knitting while traveling- looks like the perfect size!

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  71. I would use this in my knitting bag but not for my knitting things. I would use it for my personal items like my hand creams, hair ties scent tin etc.
    my email is cakane@optonline.net

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  72. I try to use fabric bags for everything (instead of plastic bags). I use them to organize things in my purse...one for meds, one for personal items, one of kids things. When we travel I sort kids toys into smaller bags for exploring. And of course I use them for all my sewing notions & projects!
    Rav ID - slawson

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  73. I'm just starting to knit socks. I can see using this as an on-the-go bag for a socks wpi! Love the bag. JayeRings on Ravelry.

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  74. I would use the bag to put my needle felting tools in, right now they are in a sandwich bag ! I love knitters pride products.

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  75. I would definitely use this for knitting notions.

    Knitnspinr1 on Ravelry!

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  76. Cute bag! I would use it for makeup.

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  77. Knitting notions on the go, sock knitting bag, and bag for meds, etc on the airplane are some ideas. Stitcherpat on Ravelry

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  78. Roxyrana on Ravelry21 February 2017 at 07:48

    This bag would be brilliant for storing all the cables for my Knitpicks interchangeable tips.
    I have a case for the tips but a bag to keep all the cables together would be great.

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  79. This would be a great way to organize my tools and notions for my knitting and beading projects.

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  80. Lornahb@hotmail.com21 February 2017 at 07:58

    To carry my essential oils and samples that i like to keep with me at all times for refreshing, calming, and good health on the road

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  81. I would use it for my sock knitting

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  82. I would use these bags to organize my notions, to organize my interchangeable needles/cable, or for taking smaller knitting projects on the go!
    Ravelry ID: cakesson

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  83. I one to organize my iPod and earbuds and charging cords. Also nice to put together a small knitting notions assortment and give as a gift.
    Ravelry: kaskew

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  84. I love the compactness of the bags. Of course, I would use it for my knitting notions, also, embroidery threads, but also I teach and could use the bag for pens, chalk, pencils, etc. Ravelry ID: ClariceCurry
    cscurry@optonline.net

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  85. These wonderful Amber pouches would be used for doggie treats, poo bags, small whistle,collapsible water bowl to take on a stroll or walk to the park.

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  86. I would love to have a bag for traveling with electronics - iPad, charging cords, earbuds, etc!
    ravelry: karenmh419

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  87. I would use a small bag for tucking jewelry in while traveling. Nothing is better than having necklaces, bracelets. And earrings all in one place rather than scattered anout.
    Ravelry ID: knitalice

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  88. Oooohhhh. Would love this sweet bag! I see a myriad of possibilities; knit/crochet notions, makeup, embroidery floss, hair clips.......

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  89. Oooohhhh. Would love this sweet bag! I see a myriad of possibilities; knit/crochet notions, makeup, embroidery floss, hair clips.......

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  91. I love notions and project bags, it's such a colorful and fun way to keep track of things. The Amber bags with their window into the goodies within would be so useful, and the Grace bags seem like a perfect size and shape for grabbing a project on the run!

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  92. I would use for sewing supplies. gakreiner@gmail.com

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  93. Hoping my many stitch markers and recycled lifelines. A knitter an neverhavd toomany

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  94. I use mine for my colored pencils or markers when traveling with my adult coloring books. Ravelry ID: maglieria

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  96. I would use it for knitting notions or small items when travelling.
    yarnaddict on ravelry

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  97. I'd use it for a small first aid kit
    alcbrooks on rav

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  98. Charging cords. Hard to keep them contained. Whidbeyjeannie@hotmail.com

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  99. I love having a notions bag set up for each project to have everything I need handy and ready to go.

    tktl on Ravelry

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  100. This would be great to store the assorted sizes of diz that I have

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  101. This would be great to store charging cords for phone, Kindle, and Fitbit.

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  102. This bag would be great for travel---I would put my dpns and extra emergency set of dpns (for souvenir yarn of course), as well as my Knitknacks notions container and Chibi needle holder. Would love to win!

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  103. My Rav name is Suzieknittingmama. Forgot to put that in the comment :-)

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  104. Use it to hold small projects
    Ravelry name april21h1

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  105. I definitely need a bag for my cosmetics. I've been using a plastic zip top bag for years. Time to upgrade! Savannagal on Rav.

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  106. Such a flirty design, paired with functionality. This would be a prized possibles bag, for a lifetime of projects it inspires.

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  107. I can never have enough pretty fabric bags! I would use mine to make a small starter kit for a friend who wants to learn knitting. I would put stitch markers, a row counter, small scissors, tip protectors, a needle/tension gauge, darning needles, a tape measure... and a Knitter's Pride 16" Circular Interchangeable with three sizes of Special Short Tips so that my friend could start making hats right away! My Ravelry name is XarifaBedford

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  108. I think I would use the bag for EPP (English paper pieced patchwork) or my sock knitting. maryjarvis21@gmail.com

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  109. I love bags! I am visiting my daughter across country right now and would use this to hold misc things. Might be make up, jewelry, or I brought my knitting along so I adore any type of bag! annegreengables is my rav ID

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  110. That is a beautiful bag! I'd use it to keep things under control when traveling--cords, tea bags, etc.

    (Ravelry ID: InJuneau)

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  111. Love the bags, they would be great to use to hold all my knitting knick knacks, like stitch markers, progress keepers, measuring tape, needles, etc.

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  112. What a cheerful bag! I would definitely use it for the various little tools I like to keep with my knitting, such as the tape measure, stitch markers, etc.
    (Ravelry: RomArchGal)

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  114. Margaret Miller-Wright21 February 2017 at 10:36

    The ideas are so endless. I would use mine for those little things that seem to find their way in my bags or purse from patterns, scrapes of yarn, or one of my girls crayons (which we get at restaurants and they just have to have go home with us). Rav. name is Maggie13.

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  115. (Ravelry: Ladygator) I would use it for a project essentials bag. I use one with each project and keeping all the essentials in the bag keeps me organized and well supplied. Thanks for the giveaway. ;~)))

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  116. I would use it to store my medications! I am currently dealing with a health issue and having to take medications to doctors visits,the hospital etc...is a pain as I am currently using a grocery store bag...lol, I didnt have a project bag to free up,however.....I would totally use this bag for my medications!

    Sincerely,
    Kevin
    Griffk on ravelry. Griffk1964@yahoo.com

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  117. This bag would be my knitting circle special bag to carry a small project.
    Honeydsmith@gmail.com

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  118. I think I would use this bag for travel... I'd put my little craft scissors in, drop stitch hook and craft needles in... along with my hand balm and??? All the little items I need on hand. Ravelry: juleesparks. Juleesextraemail@gmail.com

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  119. Love these ideas! I would most likely use this lovely zippered bag to hold my project requirements: small scissors, that CIBI needle case, a tape measure and other sundry items. But I also like a little bag for my toiletries when I go to my sister's place to record our knitting podcast. This would be perfect.

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  120. I would use this little bag to keep my knitting notions container, a 3"x3" post it pad, a pen and my craft gloves (for when my hands hurt) all together. It's just too pretty not to be in my knitting tote bag!! Laughingwolf on Ravelry

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  121. I'd either use it for knitting notions or Bible art journaling supplies... hmmm....may need two!! Lisatknits on ravelry

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  122. I would use it for small projects like the cat toys I crochet.
    email is nikkidear (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  123. Other than for my knitting tools, I keep a small fabric bag in my handbag for small items that usually just sit on the bottom of my bag - hair clip, mints, medicine bottles, lip balm, thumb drive, dental floss. etc. Greygirl on Ravelry

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  124. I'd use one for notions, or for loose needles. Rav name elixabeth

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  125. It would be really neat to have a bag like this.

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  126. Such a cute pouch! It looks like it would be good as a small project bag or for the notions that always end up at the bottom of my tote size purse.

    Squirrelyknits on Ravelry

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  127. It is so cute! I would use it for notions or my dpns if they would fit.

    shewolf389 on Ravelry

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  128. Would definitely use that cute little bag for my notions

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  129. I would definitely love to have one of these to carry my knitting essentials to my knitting club! Thank you for the opportunity to win this!

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  130. If I didn't use the bag for my knitting tools, then I would use it to contain my wallet, phone and other essentials in my work bag.

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  131. I would use this for my charity newborn skein & needles that I carry with me all the time.
    pamelapo rav

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  132. i would use it for my small projects that go everywhere with me
    Iamjoannep

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  133. This would be perfect for where I work. Since it's see-through on one side. Security issues! I could bring tea bags, gum, mints, etc Really need one of these and love the color, one of my favs.
    bethie rav
    bgotte@gt.rr.com

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  134. I would use one of these bags for cosmetics when I'm traveling. I'don't keep my favorite teabags in one of them when eating out. I'd keep bandaid, file, nail clippers, etc in a small bag while traveling.

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  135. I would use one of these bags in my car. I always keep an emergency pet kit. It has dog treats, a dog leash, an absorbent mini-towel and an inexpensive plastic rain poncho.

    This kit is just in case I come across a dog running in traffic along a freeway, or god-forbid, hit by a car. (If it is a neighborhood area I leave the dog in it's familiar setting). The treat helps to bring the dog to me, the leash helps keep him under control and the absorbent towel & poncho is used if there is poor weather. Next I usually take it to a local vet.

    This project bag would might coordinate with my car interior, and could even have a secondary use as a small pillow.

    I always try to help others, even animals. My Mom taught me this.
    rav id EMVYKNITS

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  136. I would use as a notion bag or for jewelry when traveling. jderouin55 on Rav

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  137. I'd use to keep track of the little things in my tote bag or project bag.

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  138. My main use would be small project bag and notions. I can also use it for travel if needed.

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  139. This looks like a notion bag to me!

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  140. Perfect bag to carry my knitting tools when I travel to a knitting workshop. Wanted a bag for a while now, Love this colour. Good luck everyone!
    macdona121 on ravelry

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  141. Cat von Hassel-Davies22 February 2017 at 08:08

    I would use it as my knitting tool kit bag to keep where I sit at night and knit. CatvonHD.

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  142. This would be great as a travel first aid kit in my suitcase when we go away.
    ntcinfo@rogers.com

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  143. I would use it for knitting notions - but also a cosmetics case for travel!

    Rav id is Goodstuff

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  145. To keep my knitting notions in. I watched a video of what Stephanie Pearl-McPhee keeps in her knitting notions bag & it inspired me.
    Regards,
    Pamela
    pftucker on Ravelry

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  146. I think I would keep my cross-stitch supplies in it! looks handy

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  147. I would keep my crochet needles in it and anything else I would need when travelling

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  148. Rexraycat@gmail.com. i would use it for toiletries or to hold my travel knitting project while I visit my son and daughter in law this spring.

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  149. I would use it for sock knitting or for my knitting and crochet notions!! kendrabuchanan17@gmail.com

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  150. I would use it as a notions bag.

    Lauraw68@yahoo.com. rav name is lauraw68

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  151. Jo Ellzey February 23/2017
    I would love to win this cute bag. I would use it to put my Knitters Pride 16"circular interchangeable needle set in cuboid wood, in it so I could slip it in my purse and a ball of yarn so when I'm sitting in the doctors office I can take out what I need keep on knitting where I left off the night before. Thanks Jo

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  152. I would use it as a notions bag for my sewing

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  153. For a knitting accessories bag. (And could use another for personal care items and makeup.)
    atreidesb Rav ID

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  154. I would use it as a accessory bag for when i go to my medical appts and knit-ins at my lys to store all the items i need while away from my craft box at home, so i can do my knitting,crochet and embroidery comfortably when away from home kep@nbnet.nb.ca ravelry id is kepnbnetnbca

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