Thursday, 11 June 2015

The Case

Just want to keep you in the loop - I have much going on in my life and I am feel blogging once a week is right on the mark for me. I'm thinking Thursdays
I will be as entertaining as ever - I promise!

So without further ado, Let's talk about the carrying cases in the shop. I realize I have spoke about the cases before but I don't feel I did it justice. 

I took this picture to show you that the black material down the back of the case is actually a handle. It makes so easy to just pick up your case and go. I have done so on many occasions for example heading to my parents for the weekend and know I going to knit something. ( you know the saying - have yarn will travel) lol I know that's not right but I'm going with it. :) 

Once opened, the picture on the top you can see the needle gauge (that comes with every case) The picture on the bottom is my actual case and I like to keep my odds and ends in the same little pouch with the gauge.

This case is nice and new with it pockets  waiting to be fill with all of your knitting supplies. I find the little strip of posty notes very handy for drawing attention to areas of a pattern you may have adjusted and I like to put little notes in my pouches so I know what project these needles are occupied with. I try to only have two projects on the go but I can assure you that doesn't hold true for very long.


Not all of the cases have this option but can easily be added.
There is a place to put patterns , notes or even the beginnings of a pattern in the works. That does not mean it will put the end to patterns here and there but it will help with where the pattern your working from is. All safe and sound in the case until you need. it

This is mine all loaded up and ready to go were ever I do.
Now,  now, I feel I have done a
 proficient job on giving you the carrying case tour. I hope you have enjoyed touring with The Knitting Basket. :) 


  1. Enjoying your Blog Angie, thanks for sharing, love your photo of the garden at the top. Can't wait to see more and read more. Wish I had been able to come out for knit and sit, but its just the way life goes. Have a great day.

    1. Thanks Wendy,
      It is still a work in progress but thank you again for your kind words. :)