Thursday, March 13, 2008

Checking back in

Yea though you schlep to work, let not your items hang out loose.

Though you carry for both work and knitting,let not your items conjoin.
It's official, this bag is a keeper! I have gotten many compliments on it - Knitters None of Them (not yet anyway). It is well balanced, soft, and doesn't irritate my shoulder. I have been carrying it faithfully for a week. Full, Stuffed, nearly empty, purely for the effort of remembering to carry a purse. (Except in the grocery store, I only need money/list in the grocery store, and groceries are notorious for thieves.)

In the photos above it is packed for work. Items include an 84 oz cup, 2 24 oz Nalgene bottles, lunch,box of crackers, small knitting project, papers, lab coat stuff, phone, keys, etc. It was still easy to get to my knitting on the shuttle bus, and the bag hangs so nicely that the cup doesn't spill.

Would asking TAO for a Saddle coloured one for Mother's Day be Gluttony?


Jennifer said...

I love it! I'm glad you love yours. That color is fantastic.

Kim said...

This knitter LOVES it, too!

ChelleC said...

I love your color!!! Can't believe how much it holds. That's amazing. And no, I don't thinking asking for a saddle color one for Mother's Day would be glutonous at all. I am planning on getting that saddle one eventually too.

Anonymous said...

Shoot! When you find something that works for you, I say go for it! Gluttony has nothing to do with the subject. And forget Mother's Day...get it for yourself now because you are a great person and you deserve it! Shelly in Omaha

Susan Pandorf said...

Well, this glutton says, "Go for it!"

Thanks for stopping by last week; sorry it took me so long to respond...