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Knot Bags | Knitting Project Bag Made in Canada from Handselected Japanese Fabrics

Knot Bags | Knitting Project Bag Made in Canada from Handselected Japanese Fabrics

Prix habituel $40.00 CAD
Prix habituel Prix promotionnel $40.00 CAD
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The Essentials

The Essentials:

  • Japanese fabric hand-selected from Kyoto, Osaka, or Tokyo 
  • Designed for up to two cakes/balls of worsted-weight yarn plus some handbag items (wallet, phone, etc)
  • Pull the longer handle through the shorter handle to create a carrying bag!
  • Handmade in Cochrane, Alberta, Canada
  • 100% cotton or 85/15% cotton/linen exterior top; 100% cotton canvas bottom; interior 100% cotton
  • Exterior Japanese fabric has been interfaced for some body

Care information

Due to the leather, spot clean only, air dry.


Approximately 14” long by 11” wide (35.5cm x 28cm) (length from top of handle, width at widest part of bag)

Why Japanese Fabrics?

The short version of the Why Japan? Story:

I like cats. Japan has good cat fabric, and I have a history with Japan because I was an exchange student there. So, I go to Japan to buy my fabrics because it is cheaper and more effective than trying to source them in Canada in less than wholesale amounts.

The Long Version of the Why Japan? Story:

Ever since I was young, I have wanted to be an entrepreneur. It’s true! I would make and “sell” bracelets when I was 5-7, dreaming about owning a shop to sell my wares. Or I wanted to be an author/illustrator. Creativity has always been key for me!

I have been a knitter since 2007. I learnt in university, took it with me on my exchange to Japan, and then continued to develop my skills when I returned by knitting through most of my classes. If I was knitting, I was paying attention. If I was doodling, nothing was getting retained. Then, when I started my 9-5, I carried it along for any chance to knit on transit or my lunch break. I began to walk and knit…and that’s when I started making project bags!

I pride myself on making all my bag styles transportable, so you can carry your knitting everywhere with you! Whether it’s a strap wrist, shoulder straps, or carabiner hook, I’ve got you covered!

Now, why Japanese fabrics? Well, remember that little note about my Japanese exchange? Here’