What Project Bag is the Right Size For Me?
Overwhelmed with trying to make a decision about what bag you want to purchase? This guide is here to help! It has approximate amounts yarn you can fit into a bag, along with suggested projects so you can choose the bag for you and your knitting/crocheting life! If you ever have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me through the contact form! I'll respond within 24-48 business hours.
|Bag Size||Recommended Amount of Yarn (with room to spare for project!) & Suggested Projects|
|Cake Cozy||Designed to keep yarn from one cake of fingering-weight yarn from tangling in your bag. Specifically designed for when you don’t want to carry a project bag, this would also be a fantastic way to keep multiple skeins wrangled in a larger bag. Made from Knot Bag scraps!|
|Triangle Pouch||A single-skein bag that is set up to knit socks, one skein hats, or other similar projects! Will also hold circular needles with some wrangling.|
|Small Box Bag||
Up to 300g of fingering-weight yarn, 200g of worsted weight yarn, 100g of bulky+ weight yarn
Suggested Projects: Accessories (socks, hats, mittens, etc), shawlettes, shawls, baby projects, single items of seamed-sweaters (sleeve/back/front), starts of projects that will later need a large bag.
Can also be used as a make up or toiletries bag, toy bag for the kids’ car toys, or as a shaving kit bag!
|Large Box Bag||
Up to 500g of DK to worsted-weight yarn, 300g of bulky-weight yarn
Suggested Projects: Sweaters, larger (more colours/worsted-weight) shawls, baby projects, starts to blankets, or any of the accessories listed in the small bags!
Up to 700g of bulky+ weight yarn, 900g of worsted-weight yarn
Suggested Projects: Blankets, large & bulky sweaters, and all those WIPs kicked out of smaller project bags so one can start the next best project!
Can also be used for a tote bag!