Recently, I've been using a small Cath Kidston Tote that was a Christmas present. I like it because it has a firm base and sits where it's put. This is the bag I grab when I'm going out, whether it be to Knit and Natter, visiting family, road trip etc.
|Cath Kidston project bag|
Can you believe all this was in that small bag?
- There's my Nicsknots Miya bag (which contains a secret project, so I won't show you) and my Nicsknots notions case, which I blogged about here.
- Micro scales for weighing yarn.
- Some embroidery threads and snips.
- A teaspoon! No idea why.
- Bag of yarn ends. I save these for a friend who knots them together and makes bags from them.
- Two needle cases. One is all my Knit Pro circulars and the other is a full set of Chiagoo needles.
- There's my iPad mini, which has all my knitting patterns on it.
- My next two projects, just in case. Is it just me that lives in fear of finishing my current project and having no knitting with me?
- The other is handspun yarn and some Easyknits (that I got from A Good Yarn's yarn swap and I believe it was Nicsknots that brought it) for a pair of Narwhal mittens by Ysolda
- My African Flowers Drawstring bag which contains most of my stitch markers
Also the contents of the notions case was a shocking amout!
- Quilter's Guild tape measure
- Needle case
- Plasters. Just so nothing stops me from knitting!
- Assorted crochet hooks
- Spare DPN
- Grid ruler (for swatches)
- Purple uniball pen
- Handmade wooden celtic pen (made by Mr)
- Cotton Thread
- Waste Yarn
- Cable needle
- Handmade passementerie buttons that I made ages ago and for some reason been carrying around with me
- Knit pro cable key
- Fripperies and Bibelots stitch markers from Fibre East
- Needle puller from Cotton Patch
See what I mean, a shocking amount!