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My knitting bags tend to be on the larger size so you can carry everything you need (tools of the trade and personal items) and not feel cramped for space. But if you like to knit smaller projects and like smaller bags in which to carry them, then I have just the bag for you.

A friend of mine sent me an image of a cinch bag for knitters that I thought was too small and hard to use and not very attractive. I decided to come up with my own version using my lovely wool fabrics!

It’s a combination of a cinch bag and a bucket bag. It stands on its own and maintains its shape like a bucket bag but cinches at the top to keep everything enclosed. And inside pockets keep items organized!

At 8″ round and 10″ tall, they’re perfect for projects like socks, hats, mittens, cowls, etc. They just went up on my website so you may want to head on over and take a look!

I make tote bags using beautiful wool fabrics. They come in five different looks and two sizes (both fairly large) and in a number of colorways and patterns. Some of the bags lean towards quiet sophistication while others are a bit more bold. They are roomy enough to carry sizable knitting projects with pockets to organize your knitting tools and personal accessories, as well as plenty of room for laptops and iPads, pattern magazines and books.