What Do Fishing & Knitting Have In Common?
I’ll tell you the answer in just a minute!
Trust me……because I know your story; you’ve been knitting for years and have more knitting needles than you know what to do with! It’s fine to give this article a little, “Amen!” if you want to!
Believe me, I understand, knitting needle storage is difficult! Having a large assortment of needles – circular, interchangeable, double pointed and straight – is great for being able to work on a multitude of projects, but storage can be a little tricky. After all, where exactly is a good place for keeping pointy little sticks? I know that organizing a craft room can be a daunting task, so I hope that this inexpensive tip will give you a little direction in organizing.
What do fishing and knitting have in common? “Casting?” Well, yes, but there is something even better!
I came across a Browning Worm Binder for only $14.99 at Bass Pro Shop! I use two Bass worm binders for my knitting needles. My circs are sorted according to needle size and separated into plastic bags. My DPNs are in a smaller second worm binder, separated and labeled. Each binder has extra zippered pockets for scissors, stitch markers, cable needles etc. I just tote along whatever bag I need! It’s very handy and inexpensive!
Mary Ann (come check out my knitting patterns for only $1.10! Ravelry MaryAnn1015)