“It’s just the perfect size for a sweater in progress!”
“It’ll keep all those pieces together in one place!”
“The fabric is so nice and stiff so the bag stands up on its own!”
“The pattern on the fabric is so perfect!”
“Look, look how everything fits in it!”
. . . and loading it up with the wee lil pouch I use for my stitch markers, and the slightly larger pouch (out of stock) I use for my stitch holders and needle gauge and tape measure and pencils, and the square box bag I use to keep my yarn tamed (so much more stylish than a ziplock), the husband started laughing.
“What?” I said, innocently.
“You’ve got yourself a bit of a habit there, eh?”
I suppose he has a point. But it’s definitely the best kind of habit to have.
(Curious about the photo shoot? It’s for the imminent release of the first of my Rhinbeck sweaters. I hope to have the pattern up later this week; here’s a sneak peek!
And yes, that was the second Rhinebeck sweater you saw, nestled in the biggie box bag. And you know what? It fits perfectly.)