And, here are all the reasons why you HAVE to have this needle bag
There are four rows:
The top row, deisgned to keep your straight needles in place, 13 pockets.
The second and third rows were for your cirucular needles, 6 pockets per row, with each row having a small pocket on the end.
The bottom row, has something special. A lined, zip bag. Being a long time knitter, it's not just about your needles, but your other important items, like stitch markers and other small items. So, I made a bag that has it's own slot, or can be left out and folded in the bag. The bottom row, also can hold small scissors, double points, crochet hooks, needles and other important items.
There are 9 total pockets on the bottom row, of different sizes.
I actually thought long and hard about these bags. Each bag has a layer of fleece to give that little padding your needles protected. Each pocket layer, is two fabric pieces thick with a binding sewen on the top. My thoughts were, the biggest wear and tear on your bag is putting your needles in and out. So, with the binding it gives that little it that little extra. The side flag also has a layer of fleece, so when the bag is folded it has that more padding. The to flap has interfacing to give it some body, with it being about 7", long enough to cover the first three rows.
Having two flaps, it keeps those needles where they need to be in the bag, not at the bottom of your project bag!
The bag when opened is about 22" including the side flap, with the bag itself about 17". When closed it has two ties. I went with the tie method, because that way when it's full, as it should be, it's easy to close and make tight. This pretty Alexander Henry Retro pink color is bright and easy to see, so you can't loose it.
Many more bags coming of all different kinds!
PS Needles and other goodies not included ;)
This piece sold, but another is in the works. If you like it, please allow a couple of extra days...I'll hurry, really ;)