18,00 USD Make your knitting and crochet task a little more literary by carrying it around in this natural cotton drawstring bag. I have actually screen printed every one with an excerpt from Charles Dickens’s & quot; & quot; A Tale of Two Cities & quot; in a dark reddish brown. The light blue damask pattern is printed on both the front and the back.
This approximately 12-inch-by-16-inch bag will keep your jobs nicely included with their tools and patterns. At the very same time, it makes you look pretty darn clever and well-read. Plus, it’s easy to get when you’re rushing out the door and want your job with you. It’s an excellent present for the knitter and book-lover in your life
The quote is from early in & quot;& quot;. A Tale of 2 Cities, & quot; & quot; as we’re being presented to literature’s best-known knitter, Madame Defarge: & quot; & quot; Then she glanced in a casual way round the wine store, used up her knitting with great apparent calm and repose of spirit and ended up being absorbed in it & quot;&
quot;.< br/ > Since each bag is printed by hand, there are minor variations on each bag.
Make sure to have a look at my & quot; & quot; Keep Calm and Carry Yarn & quot; & quot; task bags and prints too at https://www.etsy.com/shop/jenniegee!
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