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Topic: Designing the Mother of All Knitting Bags  (Read 4607 times)
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« Reply #20 on: November 30, 2004 07:14:14 PM »

I posted about this in the stich n botch thread, but I made a knitting bag, and for some reason I didnt see any problem with using velcro on it.

Yarn has some natural affinity to velcro.  Yarn is attracted to the sexy velcro, but velcro hates the soft hearted yarn.  And then....they fight to the death.  It's very ugly. Someday we will see it documented on the Discovery channel...."When velcro attacks!"
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« Reply #21 on: November 30, 2004 07:19:21 PM »

I posted about this in the stich n botch thread, but I made a knitting bag, and for some reason I didnt see any problem with using velcro on it.

Yarn has some natural affinity to velcro.  Yarn is attracted to the sexy velcro, but velcro hates the soft hearted yarn.  And then....they fight to the death.  It's very ugly. Someday we will see it documented on the Discovery channel...."When velcro attacks!"
Geez, yeah, that is totally true. The only saving grace might be that the part you'll put your yarn in (the large part of the bag) doesn't close with velcro. But, it certainly will be a dual on the verge of breaking out at any moment. My poor unsuspecting mom! She'll be the recipient, so I'll let her referee.  Grin
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