Molly Messenger Knitting Bag does it all. Why you’ll love this bag:
- You can leave it on the floor and not worry about damaging the fabric – The primary fabric is a black cotton canvas.
- Save your shoulder – Light weight (unless you pack too much!) and adjustable, padded shoulder strap. The strap is long enough that you can wear the bag across your body.
- You can easily find your yarn or pattern – Tons of pockets and vivid, coordinating solid interior colors -e.g. it isn’t black inside!
- You won’t fumble trying to pick up the bag as it has a separate, comfortable grab and go handle at the top.
- One main larger interior pocket – enough room for a large laptop (ipad shown in photo), books and knitting – it is 6″ deep, 11″ high and 18″ wide. That said, it isn’t so big you feel like you are hauling a suitcase.
- Two side vertical pockets – water bottle and/or skein storage. Each pocket could hold three to four skeins of yarn.
- Two separate pattern/notions pockets.
- One zip pocket on front, under flap.
- One large zip pocket on back of bag.
What else do you need in a messenger bag?
Ta da! A wallet size interchangeable needle case with numbered pockets. We redesigned our interchangeable case to include the following benefits:
- pocket widths to securely hold tips
- small pockets tame unwieldily cords
- includes 15 dual numbered pockets and five unnumbered pockets for tips
- zip pocket stores connectors and tools
- four-fold design compactly closes for easy transport
Note: I have small hands. I am only 5′ 1″ (on a good day)
Closed: 4″ w x 7.25″ h
Open: 15″ x 7.25″
Perfect, right? Oh, you have two sets of interchangeable needles? Good for you. Check out the Double Interchangeable Needle Case.
It is still quite compact. It is only 4 inches thick when full and 7.25″ high.
Check out how the sizes on the top are from small to large and from large to small on the bottom to avoid bulkiness on one side of the case.
Color options include:
Need one? Want one? Patience, grasshopper. They will ship in late September 2011. But! You can pre-order yours now to ensure you are one of the first grasshoppers to own one.
We love Be Sweet yarn, we know you do too.
Like us and Be Sweet on Facebook and you could win 1) Three balls of Be Sweet Extra Fine Mohair + Sonoma Fine Scarves Pattern from Be Sweet and 2) Circular Needle Case + Travel Wallet + Project Bag from della Q. You must be a fan of both Be Sweet and della Q to win.
Winner will be selected on Monday, May 9th. Hit that “like” button.
Most unique product in your store: “Keep Calm & Carry Yarn” bags by Jennie G
Three words to describe your store atmosphere: Fun, comfortable, congenial
Top knitting tip: Try to spend 15 minutes a day knitting
Interesting anecdote about your city/town: New York is the Big Apple. Need I say more.
Basis for your store name: Daugher Julie thought “Knitty City”. Perfect!
Favorite store fixture: Orange Knitty City Banner
Favorite della Q product: The Que is the best.
Approximate number skeins in store: My husband doesn’t need to know!
Knitting is like: Nirvana on earth.
Why customers love your store: “I love this yarn shop!!!!!! All of the employees are friendly and very helpful. You always receive a warm welcome when you step through the door. I actually like the lay out of the store, it’ neither big or small, just right. There’s enough room to walk around or stand in place to stare at the mesmerizing colors and textures on display.” Michele F.
Those Webs folks are amazing. They love to give things away. They are almost like those people on street corners handing out coupons. Except, they are giving away cool stuff like della Q knitting needle cases. This month they are giving away our circular needle case in the Turquoise Vines cotton print. I love this fabric. Maybe it is because it is the iconic della Q colors?
How do you get your hands on this awesome case? Comment on Webs blog and comment on our blog. Tell us your favorite knitting saying. One of my favorites is “Shh. I’m counting.”
Join us April 9th and 10th at our new location in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle.
It is time for the annual sample sale at della Q! And lucky you, we are hosting it the same weekend as the Georgetown Art Walk.
- Needle case samples
- A few bag samples
- Silk taffeta yardage and fat quarters
- Silk quilt kits
Expect great prices on everything. Cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover accepted.
Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (Art Walk from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.)
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Have you been to Georgetown? Come to the sale and spend time checking out Georgetown including:
- Stellar Pizza (right across the street from us!)
- Ruby Chow Park – lay in the grass and watch planes land at Boeing Field just a few hundred feet above you (fantastic for kids!)
- Packaging Specialties – for those who simply cannot have too much ribbon
- Georgetown Brewery – free tastings!
- Museum of Flight
- Costco in Sodo – for those who need to multi-task with running errands
- Mariners – drop the hubby off and wander around Georgetown
- Art Walk – enjoy music and art from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
5628 Airport Way S.
Seattle, WA 98108
One our customers from Michigan sent the della Q crew a gift a couple of weeks ago. We LOVE gifts! Who doesn’t? Thanks Sabine.
First, Lucky received yummy peanut butter dog treats. Well, I don’t know if they are yummy, but she thinks they are delish. Mattie steals them from Lucky so I guess she thinks they are delish as well. The treats were homemade by her husband. She sent the recipe, but given the overuse of recipes as blog content, I won’t bore you with it. If you want the recipe, email us.
The best gift? These totally cute handmade stitch markers. . .
Don’t they make you giggle? Look again.
See what I mean? Bobbie is beside herself. I think she is going to find a knitting project that requires 30 stitch markers just so she can look at them all.
Sabine, the artist, makes each marker by hand. Each sheep is made with clay and weighed to perfect proportions. Jewelry wire ensures no marks are left in your knitting. She calls the collection “Zima’s Little Flock” after her first sheep dog. Do you want to own the flock? Better get a flock before Bobbie takes them all. Get a flock.
Most Unique Product in Your Store: We have a huge selection of exclusive knitting and crochet kits made with original FiberWild! patterns and quality yarns. Another unique item in the store is wool yarn from Suzy the Shepherdess. Suzy’s yarns are produced locally using traditional methods just outside of Galena, and are featured in our wildly popular Stockton Sock Kit. Suzy has even put pictures of her cute sheep right on the label of her wonderfully soft wool yarns!
Three words to describe your store atmosphere: Friendly, sociable, helpful
Top Knitting Tip: Gauge swatches are your friend!
Interesting anecdote about your city/town: Built in the 1800’s, Galena is a picturesque and historic town that once served as the most popular steamboat port along the Mississippi, and at one time was bigger than Chicago. Now, Galena is a get-away destination for civil war history buffs, or couples who want to escape for a relaxing weekend!
Basis for your store name: Any time I would go into a yarn store, I would simply “go wild” fondling the yarn. So when it was time to name the store, it had to be FiberWild!
Favorite store fixture: Scout, our store kitty. We’ve fostered/adopted about 45 kittens in the store over the years, and Scout is the pick of all the litters. He’s ultra-handsome in his red turtleneck. He likes the della Q blog “Wag More, Bark Less”, but thinks it should be called “Purr More, Hiss Less”.
Favorite della Q Product: The Combo Needle Case … ‘cause it does it all … straights, circulars, DPNs, hooks and notions!
Approximate number skeins in store: As of today, we have 38,088 items in the store, 23,660 of which are skeins (or balls) of yarn!
Knitting is like: Chocolate
Why Customers Love Your Store: “… shopping online is good, but in person we get to feel the yarn! The store is fabulous, colorful, warm, bright and wild!” Elsie C. and Merci C.
Most Unique Product in Your Store: I would have to say that we have the most unique button and shawl pin selection. Even non-knitting customers come in for our button selection!
Three words to describe your store atmosphere: Inviting, Inspiring, Energetic
Top Knitting Tip: Always remember you are the boss of your knitting.
Interesting anecdote about your city/town: President Calvin Coolidge was a 2-term Mayor of Northampton.
Basis for your store name: Steve’s mom founded WEBS in 1974. She is an expert fiber artist but her first love is weaving. When weaving, the warp and weft threads form a web – this is where the name of our shop originated.
Favorite store fixture: We are about to undergo a bit of a remodel in the store. I’m excited for all of the aesthetic and operational changes we are planning to make!
Approximate number of skeins in store: Probably too many. Is a gazillion too many?
Knitting is like: A great friendship. It’s not always perfect, but it’s always there for you.
Why customers love your store: ”I like shopping at WEBS because they carry the best selection, the staff is nice and helpful. Prices are good and I feel comfortable taking my time browsing without feeling any pressure” Arlene S.