In my Etsy shop, Sew in the Snow, this month I'm having a 25% off sale on knitting needle cases. I had a marvelous time sewing these all this fall for a bazaar here in town. I loved working with the simple two-color scheme and the quick finish of it all (when compared to a quilt). These clutches are lovely and practical, my favorite combination.
Several more knitting needle cases sold that day at the bazaar and one sold last week in my shop! Hurray! So, I wanted to share some of the cases that have been most Favorited on my Etsy shop with you. They are on sale until the end of February, simply enter the code Knitting for your discount.
This blue batik knitting needle case has been the most popular. On the inside, it has an orange geometric pattern and 15 pockets. I love the fresh color combination and I think it really makes the
statement, "I am classy and not afraid to try new things". It is a
great accessory to bring to knitting club!
*open = 10.5" x 13.5"
*rolled up = 3.5" x 9.5"
*Needles up to 9"
3 rows of pockets range from 1.25 inches to 3.5 inches wide for a total of 15 pockets
1) 4" deep holds needles 7-9"
2) 6"deep holds needles 8-9", and the final row is
3) 8" deep and holds 9"
is not the usual 18 pocket organizer! It has 3 less pockets to allow
for a more roomy end pocket to include circular needles, rulers, or
other bulky items. A good friend of mine asked me to make her one like
this so that she could fit in some larger items, like a needle gauge.
She loved it! So, I made a few to sell.
It is fully lined and
reinforced with interfacing to give it stability without bulk. There is a
3" upper flap that folds down to make sure your needles don't fall out.
There is a triple reinforced ribbon to securely close the clutch that makes it both practical and beautiful. Needles are not included!
Do you knit? If so, do you have more double pointed needles, straights, or circular needles? What do you store your needles in? Someone told me that most knitters have mostly circular needles now and not many straights. Is this true? I only have a few circulars but lots of straight needles. I'd really love to hear from you! Help me solve this dilemma.