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Knitting project bag - Knitted Word "Tale of Two Cities" drawstring bag

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Make your knitting and crochet project a little more literary by carrying it around in this organic cotton drawstring bag. I've screen printed each one with an excerpt from Charles Dickens's "A Tale of Two Cities" in a dark reddish brown. The light blue damask pattern is printed on both the front and the back.

This roughly 12-inch-by-16-inch bag will keep your projects neatly contained with their tools and patterns. At the same time, it makes you look pretty darn smart and well-read. Plus, it's easy to grab when you're rushing out the door and want your project with you. It's a great gift for the knitter and book-lover in your life.

The quote is from early in "A Tale of Two Cities," as we're being introduced to literature's best-known knitter, Madame Defarge: "Then she glanced in a casual manner round the wine shop, took up her knitting with great apparent calm and repose of spirit and became absorbed in it."

Because each bag is printed by hand, there are slight variations on each bag.

Be sure to check out my "Keep Calm and Carry Yarn" project bags and prints as well at!

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Knitting project bag - Knitted Word "Tale of Two Cities" drawstring bag


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: organic cotton, drawstring, bag, cord, dye, screen print ink
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  • Ships worldwide from Iowa, United States