I have a confession to make: I store my yarn and crochet hooks in plastic grocery bags. The yarn is always falling out of the bags and the hooks are constantly ending up behind a drawer. And when I hit the road, those plastic bags come with me – not the cutest look.
Organization is key when keeping track of crochet supplies. That’s why this Red Heart Yarn Lover’s Tote Bag is essential for every crocheter – it’s big enough to store everything from yarn to hooks to patterns. You’ll never have to worry about losing a hook or skein of yarn again!
This tote is big – really big. In fact, it holds up to 80 ounces of yarn! That’s yarn to create an afghan! Grab your tote when you have to sit in a waiting room or in the back of a car – it’s never been easier to crochet on the go! This bag is lightweight and extremely durable – you can store in a suitcase and use it for added storage later on since it’s completely collapsible. Also, the Red Heart Yarn Lover’s Tote is completely waterproof, so you can brave all of the elements without worry about soggy yarn and wet patterns!
My favorite feature of this tote is the clear panel in the front, where you can store patterns and hooks. This way, you’ll always be prepared to grab your bag and go. And the clear plastic panel keeps dirt, water and other undesirables from soiling your patterns. Keep a few in this spot in case you finish an afghan and want to start on something new.
As an added bonus, the winner of this Red Heart Yarn Lover’s Tote Bag will receive a free Tracery afghan pattern from Marilyn Coleman. Does it get any better?
In the new year, get organized and make more crochet patterns with help from this oversized, easy-to-spot tote bag!
Contest ends January 10, 2012. You can enter once daily, so return often to improve your chances of winning!
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