I love to corral my project items into bags when they are works-in-progress so I can see all of my supplies without having to dig deep in a big bag or one with a drawstring. I designed this project tote to hold several skeins of yarn for a knitting project, or my embroidery hoop, threads and fabrics. Learn how to make your own project bag with these step-by-step instructions.
This was a quick and easy project. I think it took me longer to figure out what I wanted to make, it than it did to actually make the bag – start to finish! Using Kraft-Tex made it even easier. New to Kraft-Tex? It’s a rugged paper that looks, feels, and wears like leather, but sews, cuts and washes like fabric. Don’t have Kraft-tex? Fuse two pieces of fabric together or use a canvas-weight fabric to make this bag.
Adjust the width or depth of the project bag you make for your projects – whether you knit, crochet, embroider or take your EPP projects with you – its easy to make this bag for what you want to wrangle! I love the wide width of this project bag, with longer handles and shallow depth – makes it easy to find those little things that get lost on the bottom of deep bags. Try making your own project bag – or many for all of your works-in progress!