In motion: Zippered mahjong tote sets, Spex glasses cases, large Zini, Suebees
In the planning stage: Raccoons, Kipsters, Flatie, Tallullah, Fox
Kipster knitting project bag
The Kipster is a round drawstring bag designed to carry your small knitting projects, such as socks and hats. Like so many of my bag designs it has pockets for organizing and options for straps to customize the way you carry your bag from short to long, cross body or a carabiner.
The Kipster gets its name from knitting in public or a KIP bag.
See more Kipsters or the large Kipster if you need more storage space.
Don't need pockets? Check out the Suebee or the large Suebee
- Two zippered pockets on the outside
- Center d-ring attachment to secure scissors or other tool
- Drawstring with pop lock keeps it securely closed and kitty proof
- Key ring at the top back provides an attachment point for optional straps
- Varied pockets line the inside
Measurements: Tall 9" Diameter 5.5"
22.86 cm 13.97 cm
A set of pockets circle the bag’s interior: Deep 5"
Three slots for needles 1.75” wide
Three open slip pockets 2 are - 4.75" wide, 1 is 3.50" wide
A split key ring attachment point for maximum versatility
- Outer shell cotton print
Lining: silver gray 420 denier nylon packcloth.
Its smooth surface allows your yarn to move easily while you knit.
Bags shown above are examples of this style. They might not be available for sale