Sock Knitting Bag

kiwiknitter's picture

I'm so lazy and I can't stand to waste precious knitting time searching the internet - so - can anyone give me the links for thos practical sock knitting bags, please? I'm working on a pair of socks right now and I thought one of them would be handy. I know that several MWK members have them and could recommend them and an on-line vendor. Thanks!

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Aaronknits's picture

I have one of

I have one of these

http://store.knitting-warehouse.com/073634.html

That I got from my Secret Santa a couple of years ago. I love it. It ALWAYS has socks in it although some times it never gets taken anywhere but to my couch. It carries all my sock DPNS, a couple of tapestry needles, a small pair of scissors, a post-it pad, a pen, and a small tape measure in the pocket, and although it says its a "one skein" tote, I can fit a couple of different sock projects in it.

I've since given this bag as gifts to other people and they just love it too!

Crafty Andy's picture

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog

Visit Crafty Andy's Blog Jesse You may try Ebay as well in your region AU NZ.

teejtc's picture

You can make a Dorset bag

You can make a Dorset bag out of any square piece of cloth (for a sock bag, a bandanna works perfectly!). They're quick and easy (although a bit confusing the first time you make one).

http://www.tatsall.ca/patterns/dorsetbag.htm

I've used them for small knitting projects and tatting projects -- and they make great little gift bags for small gifts and purses for small children.

Grace and Peace,
`tim

crmartin's picture

I have a couple that I

I have a couple that I purchased from http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=40138. They are very well made and the perfect size for a pair of socks.

Randy

twistknit's picture

I bought one at Michaels for

I bought one at Michaels for $10. It's by knitpickers. http://www.michaels.com/art/online/displayProductPage?productNum=nw0425
Is this the type of bag you are looking for?