Sweater Guy was the sweetest sheep you could have ever met. He was usually the first to greet me and the last to say good night. He followed us everywhere and I always knew he was right behind me because I could feel his breath on the back of my hand! He is most definitely one of my most favorite sheep. And even though we lost him too soon, Sweater Guy will always be alive in our memories and in our hearts, and now in our projects, as well.
I am so thankful that Tannei Casey chose his picture to be featured on our newest project bag, "Sweater Guy's Sweater Bag." This collaboration has been a year in the making and I'm just thrilled with the outcome and that we can share it with you. With Tannei's impecable sewing skills and eye for detail, she has created a bag that is sturdy, roomy enough for a large project, and beautiful.
Each bag is approximately 14" x 16" x 4.5" and made of heavy cotton canvas. The bag image is heat set and therefore can be washed. It is completely lined with deep inner pocket. This bag can easily hold 8 skeins of yarn! Wound of caked up, there is still plenty of room for even a sweater or large shawl WIP. It has a heavy duty zipper across the length of the bag and a removable lobster clasp handle. The D-ring is perfect for hanging extra stitch markers off, as well! Each bag comes in a natural canvas color on the front and a dark charcol grey on the back and along the bottom.
Not a knitter or crocheter, this bag would be great for an overnight toiletries bag, perfect for on the go baby items, an excellent bag for kiddos to put their treasures or art supplies in, and so much more!