July 20, 2018

Tired of Crumpled, Dirty Paper Patterns?

I am a tactile person. I love knitting, because I love the feel of the yarn in my hands. In fact, even though I have an e-reader, I rarely use it, because for me, nothing compares to holding a book in my hand, and being able to tangibly see the progress I’m making through the storyline or lessons.

Which means I’m stuck in the aughts, where people still print patterns on paper and put them in a project bag while they are working on the item.

I’m also insanely forgetful and clumsy, which means by the end of a project, I have printed the pattern 12 times, spilled coffee or water on seven of them, and the remaining five are so worn at the folds that important steps like “AT THE SAME TIME” are no longer legible, leading to lopsided cardigans.

ENTER THE PATTERN POCKET.

The Pattern Pocket is great for knitters like myself, who still enjoy having that physical paper with them while they knit. Pattern Pockets are designed for storing and viewing your in-progress knitting patterns. The clear vinyl pocket holds multiple sheets of paper easily, and enables you to read and follow your pattern without having to remove it. The unique design folds in half and fits in most bags for easy portability, and can be snapped in a reverse position, creating a built-in stand so that you don’t have to keep leaning over the table to read your pattern.

People: YOU WON’T RUIN IT BY SPILLING COFFEE. It keeps your pages nice and tidy so you never miss those all-important steps ever again. And an added bonus: Having a pattern pocket means it is a LOT harder to misplace your pattern. (Not impossible, just… harder).

The clear vinyl window allows you to use highlighter tape or wet erase markers to mark up and follow your pattern.

The Pattern Pocket is made from 100% cotton fabric, lined to provide stabilization, and closes with a heavy-duty snap.

Dimensions: Approximately 12″ x 9″ open. When folded it’s approximately 9″ x 6″, and 1″ thick.

You take care of your project; why not take care of your patterns, too?


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