A round drawstring bag, featuring super cute, swimming turtles, designed to carry your medium sized knitting projects.
I worked on this design with a customer who wanted a bag that she could use while walking and knitting.
After a bit of Googling, on my part, I discovered this is a growing trend and this type of bag is commonly called a KIP bag, for Knitting in Public.
Due to customer request I designed this larger version of the Kipster.
It is taller and has a larger diameter than the Kipster but the pockets are the same depth.
12" 30.48 cm
7.5" 19.558 cm
Two zippered pockets circle the exterior
Great for stitch markers.
A d-ring is located between the two pockets.
This provides a place to hold while zipping the bag closed
also a place to attach a pair of scissors, or other tool, to avoid leaving them behind in some random waiting room, on a park bench, or on the bus. The scissors can still be dropped into the pocket, but are secured to the bag as well.
A set of pockets circle the bag’s interior
Three slots for needles
Three open slip pockets
A split key ring attachment point for maximum versatility
Located at the upper back of the bag
This allows you to...
attach a sewing gauge, or other tool to the bag
attach a carabiner to the bag to hang from your belt, belt loop or another bag
You could also purchase a wristlet strap
an ABC shoulder strap
adjustable shoulder strap that can also be used as a belt.
A cord lock allows you to secure the bag's contents.
silver gray 420 denier nylon packcloth.
Its smooth surface allows your yarn to move easily while you knit.