Sunday, September 21, 2008

It's just my bag





My good friend Allison from the left coast sent me a great kit for a bag. I admired it a good long time while finishing up some other projects before I cast on. Had I known how much fun it would be to knit, I wouldn't have waited. It's a soothing blend of k2togs and yos - just the thing to calm the mind in the midst of a hurricane during which the wind is yelling, "hey you with the needles, I'm talking to you. Are you just going to sit there and ignore me?" (Anyone who has teens will understand).




The solid green compliments the verigated yarn perfectly. It's super stretchy - it can hold at least a dozen stuffed animals. I'm thinking that it will help with my never ending quest for organization - it will be assigned an activity- soccer or swimming or beach time. Then again, it's so compact, it would be easy enough to carry along to have as an extra bag.




I highly recommend the pattern, The Everlasting Bagstopper from Knitty.com. It's a quick knit and a sturdy bag.

3 comments:

Allison said...

I'm so glad that you like it and it turned out so cute! I definitely think it can hold a few more animals . . .

Lisa L said...

That looks like a great bag! I think I'm going to make the one from the new Mason Dixon book - the pattern is up on their website. I'm actually thinking of making two bags - one for my sister-in-law and one for my mother-in-law and filling them with a weeks worth of knitted cotton dishcloths - what do you think?

Lisa L said...

For Christmas presents of course ;-)