Sunday, March 25, 2012

Organizing Circular Knitting Needles

As part of my New Year's resolutions, I wanted to organize my craft supplies. One of the problems was my circular knitting needles. Something had to be done about this mess, so I consulted my favorite knitters in the Stitch n Bitch book. Jenanne Hassler's circular knitting needle holder to the rescue!

It doesn't exactly look neat and tidy, but it's a much easier way to store and find needles I need. I took me organizing all of these to realize my needle collection is seriously lacking in the smaller needles!

I shamefully present to you my circular knitting needles and other random knitting supplies, before the needle case.

What I liked about this project: I could use scrap fabric and it didn't take long to complete.

What I didn't like about this project: Iron-on transfers are crazy expensive!

What I listened to while I made this project: Weezer's Blue Album


  1. would hand embroidering the sizes be quicker than the iron-on transfers? good job ashley! *two pats on the back*

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    Use fusible web to attach to the front of the pockets/tubes.
    I am going to modify it for my interchangeables and straights and make it a drape over for my couch arm.

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