Midcentury Love Sock-Sized Project Bag
Midcentury Love Sock-Sized Project Bag
Midcentury Love Sock-Sized Project Bag
Midcentury Love Sock-Sized Project Bag
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Midcentury Love Sock-Sized Project Bag

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Show your love for midcentury design with this colorful bag featuring iconic chairs. Interior is aqua Pyrex-esque bowls and it's all pretty fabulous. 

These zippered bags are prefect for holding all of your small-to-medium size projects on the go. They are, like the TARDIS, bigger on the inside and comfortably hold a full skein of yarn, a hat/sock/mittens project, and whatever else you need to squoosh in there.

Each bag is 9.5” x 9.5” x 9.5” and is fully lined with coordinating fabric. These bags feature squishy interfacing (they feel almost quilted), no exposed seams, a wrist strap, and a removable unicorn zipper pull that does double duty as a stitch marker/progress keeper.

The last photo shows how much these bags hold. Yarn and needles not included.

Fabric placement may differ slightly from photo.

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Everything you see here is made with love and some swearing in fabulous Atlanta, Georgia. All fabric items (bags, tea cozies, needle rolls) are made with high-quality quilting cotton and are designed to be durable, fun to use, and to minimize waste in production.

If your bag has gotten squooshed during shipping or use, a warm and steamy iron will fix that right up. 

Hand washing is recommended. Machine wash and dry at your own risk. 

Fabric items are made and stored in a cat-friendly home, and if you have severe cat allergies you may want to buy with some caution or wash before use/sticking your face on anything. 

I do my best to make sure items are true to color in the photos, but monitors/eyeballs/etc. differ. If there’s a noticeable difference, I will note it in the description.