Vendor: Knit Picks
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Knitting Project Bags

$2.99 - $8.24

Keep your knitting projects in these clear zippered bags. Choose from 4 sizes, which will fit an accessory up to an afghan. The larger 3 sizes have web straps, so you can comfortably hold your project bag, or sling it over your shoulder. The smallest bag is for your notions, and the clear vinyl makes it easy to check that you have your yarn needle or stitch markers with you.



Tool Pouch - 7.5"L X 5.5"H X 1"W Sale!

SKU: 80628
$2.99  
  25% off  
AVAILABLE 11/16/18
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Small -11.25"L x 10.25"H x 4"W Approx Sale!

SKU: 80629
$5.24  
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Medium - 15.75"L x 11.5"H x 5.75" W Approx Sale!

SKU: 80630
$6.74  
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Large - 20.75"L x 11.25"H x 8.25" W Approx Sale!

SKU: 80631
$8.24  
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AVAILABLE 11/16/18
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3 out of 5 stars

I purchased my first of these bags in 2015. Those are sturdy and very good. Since I started traveling more I decided to purchase more of these bags. The new bags are not the same. The plastic is thin and stiff. These bags are not the same quality. Very poor quality. Looking for the old bags. Plus the size is not the same.

5 out of 5 stars

I recently received these bags in different sizes and I love them. The sizes are perfect for different things for my knitting. I store yarn in the large size. The medium size holds large projects or 2 projects I need to carry at once. And the small, holds a regular sized project. The plastic softened up right away. And it's so nice to able to see what I'm looking for without having to unzip and search through the whole bag to find it. Now my things are displayed and protected at the same time. Tip: I keep cedar rounds (usually 2) in my bags to keep out the moth larvae. Wrap them in tissue paper that's been cut into small pieces and tape it shut with one piece of tape only. The cedar can't touch the yarn. You've made your own tiny cedar chest. I've, also, used small tie fabric bags left over from jewelry, or sandwich bags that I've punched holes throughout by using a fork. After six months or so, pull out the rounds and sand them, then return them to their bag.

5 out of 5 stars

The bags are sturdy and stiff but they do soften up. I have had mine for four years, lots of travel on the plane to Chicago. Held up great through those Chicago winters. I use the little bag the most for my sock & mitten projects. The small utility bag slips right in the small bag. Never ever been stopped by airline security, they love the see through bag!

3 out of 5 stars

I just received order of these bags purchasing each size, several of small and medium. While the sizes are good and they are clear which is a bonus, I just do not like the stiffness of the plastic. Hopefully they will soften up and become supple with time; if not I will try different storage bag. Knit Picks--please find a vendor who makes clear bags with softer plastic....

5 out of 5 stars

I have several of each size of these bags. I have had them for several years now. They have held up remarkably well. The plastic is perfectly clear, the zippers all work really well and the sewing is in excellent condition at all the seams and for the handles. I plan to pick up a few more for some WIPs that aren't getting any play time. I have some really pretty lined drawstring project bags that I have sewn from silk or pretty quilting cottons, and a bunch I purchased on Etsy that I will replace with these KP zipper bags. For me, if it is out of sight, it's out of mind and I am on to the next flashy thing. Keep on making quality, well-priced products KnitPicks!!

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