After years of being asked, “do you sell those?” I decided to open up a shop where I can put my project bags and the odd skein of handspun or CSM cranked sock for those who might like to own something that was stitched by me. I’ve since stopped listing handspun and socks but the box bags are going strong! I’m so glad that so many people want to keep their knitting cozy in a bag that was stitched by me!
You can read about my knitting and sewing at my blog: http://www.jessaluknits.com (In fact, if you’re wondering what to do with a bucket bag, I have a tutorial here)
I’m also on Twitter, Facebook (and Ravelry, too!). I post shop updates to Twitter and I try to post updates regularly in my Ravelry group so if you follow me or join the group you’ll get a heads up with a shop announcement!
Box Bag Info: Each bag includes a color-coordinated zipper pull made of swarovski crystals and a silver bee – a signature addition to all Stitched by JessaLu bags. Sometimes the zipper pull you receive isn’t the same color as the one in the pictures since from time to time I’ll change my mind regarding color coordination but it *will* match!
Box Bag dimensions:
Regular: 7.5″ long, 3.5″ high, 4.5″ wide – large enough to hold a sock project or a spindle. Handles are long enough to fit over your wrist.
Large: 12″ long, 4″ high and 6″ wide – just the right size to hold a larger project
Bucket Bag dimensions:
Regular: 7″ tall, 4.5″ wide and 3.5″ deep
Spindle Bag dimensions:
One Size: 12.5″ long, 3.5″ wide, 3.5″ tall
**PLEASE NOTE** If you are worried about how to clean your bag, you CAN machine wash in cold water on delicate cycle after removing zipper pull (they have a clasp) and then air dry. You CAN put it in the dryer, but it will lose it’s shape.
All hand-sewn items are lined with coordinating fabric and interfaced. They are made on a c1937 Model 15-91 Singer sewing machine in a smoke-free and cat-free home (but not dog-free, though they’re little and aren’t allowed in the sewing room). Feel free to convo me if you have any questions! (you can see pictures of my sewing machine here).