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crashingplanet99
« on: May 14, 2012 08:03:40 PM »

Hi there! well i haven't posted anything in a very long time, but now that i have purchased a new sewing machine, i hope to post more often.

Well, the reason i decided to take on this project was because i was able to buy about 13 pairs of knitting needles ( and a bag full of random lace and crafting material )from a man at a flea market for the amazing price of  $6!! and now i needed a place where i could store them all together and also be able to carry them around if needed without much trouble. so i had seen something like this a really long time ago and decided to give it a go.

so here it is.


all wrapped up


side view


flap holding the taller needles in place


all together

so there it is, i know the color options are a bit funky, but they were the heaviest fabrics i had. now to search for the rest of my needles too fill up the case

thanks for looking!!
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Taramor
« Reply #1 on: May 14, 2012 11:33:22 PM »

It looks great - neat and practical, and not to 'funky'  Cheesy. You might say 'Bright' and 'colorful' instead  Wink
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