This is my new knitting bag from Tom Bihn. It arrived in exactly five days after I ordered it. It is made in the U.S. using, 1050 denier, high tenacity ballistic nylon. The inside is made with Dyneema®/nylon ripstop fabric. Notice the inside is red. That means it is perfect. Red is perfect. Right Chocolatechip? And look MNKristy, my awesome name tag goes better with this bag.
There are two clear urethane pockets and lots of O-rings to hang organizing pouches.
Above photo shows the inside of the yarn sack that came with it. It is the perfect size for a ball of yarn and it has a yarn guide. Very light weight. Below is one of the clear organizing pouches. Color is called wasabi.
The bag is light weight, sturdy, and comfortable (has padded shoulder straps). I asked how well do these bags last. I was told the Tom Bihn bags will last a very long time and still look new. Sir Husband was very pleased I bought this bag because it is durable.
Below is a photo of one of the bags I bought about 5 years ago. It cost more than the Tom Bihn bag, but look at it. It is falling apart. In fact, I have bought two bags, wallet, organizing mesh pouches (in pink *gasp*), and a needle case from this company. The wallet is fairly new, but the edges are already peeling. The pouches started ripping down the sides within a month, and I gave the needle case to my daughter, because it would not close properly.
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