Friday, September 21, 2007

The Perfect Purse

So as I got ready for date night this evening I slipped my sock in progress into my bag and showed my sister.

She said I have a problem. I think it is great.
I am going to wedding in two weeks and plan on using the same bag. Now I have to decide if I should finish the sock and get part way through a new pair or save this project to work on then. I have more than enough other projects to keep me busy.
This project was perfect. Neither the skein nor the sock were too big too fit in the bag. Turns out I was able to pull it out and knit two times during the evening while my date was indisposed. I only knit about three rows total which is more than I would have gotten done had I left it home.
What a perfect purse.
Peace and Yarn,


Jennifer said...

Too funny. I guess there should be knitting bags for all occasions.
I had fun this morning! I hope we'll be able to do it again soon.

deidre said...

Where there is a will, there is a way.
I love the idea of an "evening" knitting bag that is oh so discrete.

Heather said...

That is not a problem. That is a solution.

Knit on!

Sarah :) said...

No have a problem.

knittinbrit_in_wi said...

It would only be a problem if you coordinated your knitting projects with your outfit; otherwise, I see no problem with your industriousness at all.

Sarah :) said...

oh there is nothing wrong with coordinating her projects to her outfit, i see nothing wrong with that. Hey Annie, are you knitting me a new gift because you've missed me so much since I have been gone? Maybe I will have some new wrist warmers when I get home? Ha ha. :)