Knitty Gritty Project Bag
Made in Georgia, these super quality Knitty Gritty project bags are gorgeous, sturdy, practical, and come in the happiest colors of Drywax. This is truly a project bag made to last - it ages beautifully!
Sizing & Colors
The Knitty Gritty comes in two sizes - Original (10"w x 10"t x 6"d) and Biggy (15"w x 12.5"t x 9"d) - images shown are of the Original size (except the image of a person holding the Original and Biggy sizes together for comparison) - colors are the same for Biggie & Original sizes. The Original is lovely for oh-so-many projects and the Biggy would be super for multiple projects or a big sweater project.
The Original and Biggy both feature the same size inside pockets. The front side pocket is 10"w x 6.5"t with 3 solid brass grommets designed to hold folded patterns and allow for tangle free knitting on the go. The rear side has one zipper pocket (5.5”w x 5.5"t) with a slot behind for quick access to phone/keys/etc. The three slotted pockest at the rear of the bag are each 2"w x 5.5"t for pens, needles, tools, etc.
The bags are made with 10.10 army duck canvas with DRYWAX™ finish and Vegetable Tanned English Bridle Leather. Drywax is a high thread count canvas with Drywax water repellent finish. These bags have a dry, smooth hand finish with a really clean canvas aesthetic (Does not show "craze" marks like the TexWax™). Drywax is dyed and finished in the USA (and has been since 1938!).
How to Use
The cinch top drawcord design allows the bag to open wide during use (tip - leave the cords slightly cinched to create a yarn bowl - the slightly cinched top of the bag will stabilize it). The cinch top also provides for a snug closure and will help keep contents in place while traveling. The cords can be tied after cinching for added protection. The handles are designed to stay down and out of the way while in use, but can be rotated up for carrying. This also allows the bag to hang from your arm and make on the go.
Born from a toolbelt and raised in Athens, GA - Magner Co. is a small one man and one dog workshop where Casey, Smokey, and other quality materials find form, take shape, and discover use.