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Laundry Stuff Sack as a knitting project bag?

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  • ceb
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    That's what my wife uses.

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  • jessmakes
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    I'm using a #4 TSS for my sweater projects and I love it - perfect size. And it's zest, so that makes it so much better. :-)

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  • BWeaves
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    No, I discovered the Yarn Stuff Sacks after the large was discontinued. I only have medium and small, and they are too small for my projects.

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  • terayon
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    I have an A45 laundry stuff sack, and it works well for me in the way you described.

    For sweaters I would definitely go with the A45 size, and even that might be small. Do you have a Tall Yarn Stuff Sack? It’s comparable in size (a little bigger, I think) to that.

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  • BWeaves
    started a topic Laundry Stuff Sack as a knitting project bag?

    Laundry Stuff Sack as a knitting project bag?

    Talk to me about your experience using the A30 or A45 Laundry Stuff Sack as a knitting project bag.

    I know people put balls or skeins in one end and the project in the other end, and the divider moves as the project grows and the balls decrease.

    But which size is practical? And for which type of project?

    I've already outgrown the yarn stuff sacks as being to small for my sweater projects.
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