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« Reply #30 on: November 30, 2006 09:33:57 PM »

I'm so lusting after that Jordana Paige bag!! It's classy and pulled together, but still functional- everything in one. I currently carry a large tote for my knitting, but it doesn't work in business attire. Can't you just imagine someone in a business shirt and dress slacks with a large pink canvas tote strewn over their shoulder?! Perhaps I'll add it to my Christmas wishlist- but it'll have to go after the ball winder and swift, and the knitpicks options set (by the way, their needles are fabulous!).

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« Reply #31 on: December 01, 2006 09:25:23 AM »

I actually carry large handbags, so i usually just shove whatever I'm working on into my regular bag. But I was thinking there are a few really cute Amy Butler patterns that might make awesome knitting bags:

madison: http://henriettashandbags.com/madison_handbags_pattern.html

messenger: http://henriettashandbags.com/high_street_messenger_bag.html
« Reply #32 on: December 01, 2006 12:03:34 PM »

Jumping in late, but here's the link to the bag I reconned to take everywhere with me.

messenger bag

« Reply #33 on: December 01, 2006 12:19:56 PM »

I bought the Namaste Messenger bag and while it is a cute and cool messenger bag, I think it is probably overpriced for what it is. I am not terribly impressed.

I'm afraid about the corduroy showing dirt sooner than I might like. The inside pockets are alright, but nothing to write home about.

So yeah. It's alright. For $80, I would probably get something else.
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« Reply #34 on: December 01, 2006 01:48:56 PM »

I use this bag that I got when my inlaws were cleaning out gramma's parents house to sell.  Great aunt Mary was going into a retirement home and didn't want it, so I claimed it.  I don't know what it's called but it's like a small (14" x 14" x 7"), teal travel bag from I think the 60s.  I'm so diggin' it right now! Cheesy

« Reply #35 on: December 01, 2006 05:13:11 PM »

Amy Butler patterns
Amy's pattern are very cute however I do consider them to be a bit overpriced. If you check out the "big" companies like Simplicity and McCalls you can find similar patterns for much less.
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