A Knitting Project Bag keeps everything together. I share the best.
If you knit small and large projects or knit more than one project simultaneously, knitting bags are for you.
There’s a variety of designs, materials, and sizes.
I reviewed and updated this post on September 8, 2022.
Table Of Contents
- Knitting Travel Case
- Luxja Yarn Storage Bag
- Knit Picks Clear Knitting Project Bags
- Furls Fiberarts Leather Project Bag
- Little Gray Rabbit Gray Chevron Project Bag
- Teamoy Blue Flowers Knitting Project Bag
- Stitch Happy Knitting Bag
- Portable Organic Canvas Bag
- Things To Consider In The Best Knitting Bag
Best Knitting Project Bag
Knitting Travel Case
This lovely case fits underneath most airplane seats and is an easy way to transport your projects.
The metal openings on the lid feeds yarn through.
- 12″ wide
- 6″ high
- 5″ deep
- Holds your notions in a tray
- Large enough to hold many balls of yarn
- Has metal feet to protect the bottom
- Strap that can be worn across your body or over your shoulder
- Removeable handles
- Lightweight metal lid. Holds patterns with the magnets included.
- Five lovely colors to choose from.
- Constructed of strong materials.
- When not in use it doesn’t pack down
Luxja Yarn Storage BagCheck Price On Amazon
This knitting bag has a compartment for storing four yarns.
It features an outer zippered pocket and an inner pocket for
- Crochet hooks
- Knitting needles (up to 8″)
- Measuring tapes
- Other notions
There are four grommets where you can thread yarn through. The top of the bag has a zipper to keep your yarn in place.
The handle is on the end of the bag. Hang it on your wrist or hold it in your hand.
- Large: 11.5″ x 6″ x 6″.
- Small: 8.5″ x 5″ x 4.75″.
- Great for knitting with multiple colors
- Keeps everything organized
- Made of durable canvas material
- The inside of the bag is lined
- Users found there isn’t room to keep their project and the balls of yarn in the small version
- The handle is on the other end of the bag to where the main compartment zips closed.
- If using the holes to feed yarn, you need another bag to place your project.
Knit Picks Clear Knitting Project Bags
These clear zippered bags make it easy to see the project. There are four sizes for projects up to an afghan.
The smallest bag is for your notions.
The larger sizes feature web straps to comfortably hold your project bag or sling it over your shoulder.
- Smallest Tool Pouch – 7.5″ L X 5.5″ H X 1″ W
- Small – 11.25″ L x 10.25″ H x 4″ W
- Medium – 15.75″ L x 11.5″ H x 5.75″ W
- Large – 20.75″ l X 11.25″ h X 8.25″ W
- Easy to tell which project the bag contains
- Shows of your beautiful yarn
- They have a plastic smell
Furls Fiberarts Leather Project Bag
Furls’ Project Handbag is equipped with 38 tool spaces and two accessory pockets.
The generous interior pocket holds up to 872yds (799m) of yarn. It has a magnetic closure and is black or tan leather.
- Lots of space for different knitting needles
- The handles are strong and comfortable
- An investment but worth it
- Not for Vegans
Little Gray Rabbit Gray Chevron Project BagCheck Price On Amazon
This caddy has eight exterior pockets.
You can customize the internal space with velcro dividers. Using the two partitions creates three sections.
- 13.5″ long, 10″ wide, 7″ high
- Take the dividers in and out
- Machine washable
- Soft handles are comfortable on your shoulder
- Without the dividers, the velcro could damage your yarn
Teamoy Blue Flowers Knitting BagsCheck Price On Amazon
This bag is for knitting on the go. The strap is comfortable to place over your forearm when you’re knitting and walking.
The middle section closes with a zip. Place your yarns in this section and feed through the reinforced holes at the top.
It has a back pocket with a zip to store notions like scissors, tape measure, and stitch markers.
The two internal pockets hold the yarn.
- Quality fabric
- Suits small knitting projects like hats, mittens, and socks
- When using the reinforced holes to feed the threads through, it caught up in the top zipper.
- Not for large knitting projects like a blanket
Stitch Happy Knitting BagCheck Price On Amazon
A popular cylindrical design bag. (13″ x 10.5″.) The four-way divider for the interior holds multiple balls of wool.
On the outside are seven pockets for scissors, tape measure, and needles. It has a zippered pouch to store other notions.
- The top lid zips closed
- Adjustable/removable strap
- Slits at the top to feed the fiber through
- The bag can be lopsided if not all of the four interior compartments are full
Portable Organic Canvas Bag
Features of this handmade product by maker Kailey Stewart of CottageCloth.
- 100% organic cotton canvas (GOTS Certified)
- Low-impact ink
- Organic cotton drawstring
- Seven inner pockets hold items vertical
- Sturdy and attractive
- Range of colours
- Can be washed and dried
- Virtually waterproof (2 layers of sturdy, water-resistant canvas)
Things To Consider In The Best Knitting Bag
Where Do You Knit?
- Knitting When You Travel? – Think about whether your knitting is stored in a bag or carried separately
- Knit While Commuting? – A tote on your lap is best
- Knit At Home? – Having a larger bag won’t matter, you can place it beside you or on the floor.
- Like Walking And Knitting?- A comfortable strap on your forearm is critical. A backpack/body bag suits
What Do You Knit?
- Create Small Projects? – Get a smaller bag
- Prefer Larger Projects? – You may need one for your yarn and a larger bag to fit your work
- Like Multi-Color Knitting Projects? – Some bags have holes to feed different yarns through
- Have Many Projects? – Multiple bags are best
They are a stylish way to keep your WIP, knitting needles, yarn, and tools altogether.
Have knitting project bag suggestions? Leave a comment.