knitting bagby Sara Selepouchin
- the story
Trained as an architect, with years of mechanical drawing experience under her belt, Sara Selepouchin's technical training and her attraction to everyday objects comes together in the form of charming, annotated screen-printed sketches that transform this ordinary yarn sack. Like a vintage instructional manual, Sara portrays the knitting process with with detailed doodles that are artfully executed and fantastically fun.
For crafters who like to keep their yarn neat rather than knitty-gritty, Sara's lunch-sack-shaped pouch is designed to hold yarn balls, needles, markers, and unfinished projects all in one stylish sack. Made out of recycled cotton in natural beige with bright red graphics, this clever carrier is ideal for on-the-go knitters. Both sides can be pulled out ever so slightly allowing for on-the-fly stitches between bus or subway stops while the top Velcro closure keeps the rest of your craft's contents clean and artfully contained. Every sack is drawn and printed by hand in the USA.
Unfortunately, this item cannot ship outside of the United States at this time.
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- Made from
- velcro, recycled cotton
- 4.5" L x 7" W x 10.5" H
- Care: Machine wash cold water, drip dry.
- the maker
Artist Sara Selepouchin enjoys drawing diagrams of everyday items and printing these illustrations onto other useful wares.
Sara has a degree in architecture, and is constantly thinking about design. She believes that "Surrounding yourself with things that make you smile is what it's all about."
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Comments about KNITTING BAG:
This cannot be used as a knitting bag because velcro will snag the yarn. Too bad, because it is a cute design. Back to the drawing board: needs snaps, a zipper or just the draw-strings.
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