We got some new project bags! They are so cute. There are several sizes, styles and colors. Here is little tour for you.
Both of these have holes to let the yarn through. The bag on the right has a bottom section to hold the yarn with holes to feed it through into the bag portion. It sells for $43. It has a drawstring top and a shoulder strap. The little on on the left costs $24.
On the left are two drawstring bags. The larger of the two costs $25 and the smaller one is $18.50. Above is a set of two bags and a chart holder for $48.
Hurry, though, they are flying out the door.
All the things you need to get those projects done. There are too many to list, but you know what’s there.
So what have we finished this week?
Here are a few heading off to the finisher… We’ll try to show you what they look like when they come back.
How about some knitting.
Lynn, an accomplished crocheter, finished her first knitting project. We are so proud!
Lisa’s first “not a rectangle” came out pretty awesome, don’t you think?
Check out Rose’s Yarn Yarn Bowl! Lavish Praise!
Our very own Natalie is modeling a hat knit by Janet, and on the lovely Suzanne’s feet you see socks knit by Leona.
From this… … to this. A knitted “balloon animal.”
Georgie knit this oh so sweet barnyard blanket. The pattern is in 60 More Quick Baby Knits.
Deanne stole a chance to sit in the boss’s chair. It doesn’t happen often, so we captured it for posterity.