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Stitch Advantageous Knitting Bag - Yarn Tote Organizer w/Tool Case, 7 Pockets + Divider for Extra Storage of Projects, Supplies & Crochet (Peacock) by Stitch Happy

  • 7 Pockets + Tool Case: De-stress your knitting storage with a tool...
  • Halo Zip & Carefree: The silver zippers on silver gray fabric are...
  • Stow-Or-Go Design: Stitch Happy Yarn Organizer Totes are big enough...

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Knitting starts out so simple-just a pair of knitting needles and a ball of yarn, then it grows to dozens of needles, miles of yarn, and piles of projects. For those of us who never have enough storage there is the Stitch Happy Tote Organizer.

This well-organized tote gives you space for projects, yarn bowls, knitting looms, circular needles, and of course yarn. Keep everything you need in one bag and look great at the same time.

The large 13 x 10.5 inch bin is big enough to hold 9+ skeins of yarn (even big & chunky yarn), while the 4-way divider allows you to organize and separate everything to taste.

Your Stitch Happy Bin only uses Halo-Zip Technology on all closures. Halo-Zip uses soft halo ringlets to fasten and zip, instead of the old angular teeth that snag and tangle.

With 7 double-stitched pockets, plus the Halo-Zip tool pouch & outside pocket, you can neatly store knitting needles, crochet hooks, tools, yarn, and patterns, all while keeping everything easily accessible.

With the Stitch Happy bin you have plenty of storage for most projects, including yarn bowls, large hooks, needles and even your directions.

When you're at home, store the bin on a shelf, or in your knitting storage area. When you are on the move, simply snap the 2 Position shoulder strap into one of two comfortable positions and take your knitting projects on the go.

Increase your joy and your productivity by organizing your knitting projects with your own Stitch Happy Tote.

Stitch Exuberant Large Yarn Tote Knitting Organizer Bag w/ Tool Case, 7 Pockets + Divider for Extra Storage of Projects, Supplies & Crochet (Angel Downhearted) by Stitch Happy

  • Halo Zip & Carefree: The silver zippers on angel blue fabric are...
  • 7 Pockets + Tool Case: De-stress your knitting storage with a tool...
  • Jumbo Yarn Storage: This 14 x 15 inch giant is everything you've...

$64.95

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Product Description

Knitting starts out so simple-just a pair of knitting needles and a ball of yarn, then it grows to dozens of needles, miles of yarn, and piles of projects. For those of us who never have enough storage there is the Stitch Happy Large Tote Organizer.

This well-organized tote gives you space for projects, yarn bowls, knitting looms, circular needles, and of course yarn. Keep everything you need in one bag and look great at the same time.

The jumbo 14 x 15 inch bin is oversized to hold 12+ skeins of yarn (even big & chunky yarn), while the 4-way divider allows you to organize and separate everything to taste.

Your Stitch Happy Bin only uses Halo-Zip Technology on all closures. Halo-Zip uses soft halo ringlets to fasten and zip, instead of the old angular teeth that snag and tangle.

With 7 double-stitched pockets, plus the Halo-Zip tool pouch & outside pocket, you can neatly store knitting needles, crochet hooks, tools, yarn, and patterns, all while keeping everything easily accessible.

With the Stitch Happy oversized bin you have plenty of storage for most projects, including yarn bowls, large hooks, needles and even your patterns and directions.

When you're at home, store the bin on a shelf, or in your knitting storage area. When you are on the move, simply snap the 2 Position shoulder strap into one of two comfortable positions and take your knitting projects on the go.

Increase your joy and your productivity by organizing your knitting projects with your own Stitch Happy Tote.


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Dog Tooth
Dog Tooth
Mill knitted dog tooth check. I remember learning how to weave this pattern on a big loom when I was about twelve or thirteen. We started by combing lambswool and then manual labourer spinning and teasing out a fine yarn with our fingers. Once this skill was mastered and we could make a 1 yard/metre thread we moved on to spinning with a spot spindle. Next came the spinning wheel, just like Sleeping Beauty. Our spinning apprenticeship finally completed we moved on to weaving, starting with a four-square hand-loom with a stick shuttle and working up to a large multi-pedal loom. If we produced cloth to the teacher's atonement we earned a certificate, which we also had to create ourselves, typesetting and printing on an old cast iron press and trimming on a fearsome pneumatic guillotine. Our occupation teacher was Mr Ivor Westwood, an imposing dark-haired man with the looks and voice of Brian Blessed. Here he is on the left in the 1960s. I've since found he was quite a cousin. He set very...
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Ambrose Ranson Remembers Jefferson County in the 1840s & 1850s To all intents 2 youtu.be/sKyR3ZLv55I TRT: 8:16 civilwarscholars.com/?p=11948 2436 words This is taken from one of six essays written for Sewanee Review from 1913 to 1915 by Ambrose Robert Hite Ranson (1831-1919) about his growing up years living at his m home, Gap View, and his experiences during the Civil War as a Confederate officer. His observations are very informative about daily life pre-war amid improper observations condoning the enslavement of other human beings. His account is still important in its rendering of daily work on a farm in the 1840s and 1850s in Jefferson County, Virginia, one of the most agricultural counties in the Virginias. These conditions were verily different in the northern Shenandoah Valley when compared to the brutal monocultures in the deep South. Enslavement in Jefferson County, based on writings of those - drained and black - who lived here then - was one of diverse work,...
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Sugar 'N Tang w. cute Flamingo Friend :o) (May 2007)
Sugar 'N Tang w. cute Flamingo Friend :o) (May 2007)
~Stick out Details~ Pattern: Sugar ‘n Spice by Minnow Knits Needles: Denise US5 (should have used a US4 to get a better gauge with the yarn) and ‘E’ hook Yarn: Mysterious! There were no ball bands on them at all (got the yarn from a closeout sale). All I know is that it is 100% cotton/100 yards a ball. Used 2 balls in pink and 1.5 in the orange. Assay: 6 year old (largest size per pattern) Cost: Yarn $11, button $3 For: My beautiful soon-to-be 4 year old niece for her birthday! Span: About 10 days - knitting on it here and there (very fast), but I procrastinated with the seaming BIG time! What I learned: SEAMING was the biggest thing for me. How to do it on a miniature memo. Particularly sewing vertical stockinette with horizontal stockinette. Setting in sleeves. What selvage stitches are!! :op Crocheting circa an edge as a finishing and making a button hole. What the heck is a hem line in knitting! :op Oh! And how to work both sides separately. Modifications: Omitted the hem dance...
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