recently, I've been really into keeping all my projects in separate project bags. I think this is because I have a lot of projects on the needles right now, and this helps me to keep them all organized. It also means I can quickly grab everything I need when I have a quick moment to work on something.
I love seeing what's inside people's knitting bags. (this series is pretty much my favorite ever). So today, I thought I would share what I mostly keep in my own little project bags.
First up is a photo from a few weeks ago, when I was working on my Dreiecke hat. This little bag (a gift from my aunt), was hand made in Hawaii. I think it's perfect for summer projects!
So I obviously have my yarn and needles for the project I'm working on. I also have a print off of the pattern (if I'm using one) and a small notebook for writing down any changes I make, or things I want to remember along the way.
I also always have a crochet hook in an appropriate size for picking up any dropped stitches, or going back and fixing any mistakes. I like to have this with me, as it gives me no excuse not to fix the mistake as soon as I notice it!
The small Happy tin is my notions case. That's where I keep my row counter, stitch markers (more often than not, I use colored paper clips as markers...) tapestry needle, and any other small bits that I might need. Usually a few business cards end up in there as well!
Lastly, I will often throw a soap in with my project to make it smell delightful. This one is Lavender scented.
Anyways, that's what I keep with me for comfy and successful knitting sessions. Do you have project bags? If so, I'd love to know what essential items you keep inside!