The latest helper for knitters on the go is the [tag]GoKnit Pouch [/tag]. Developed by a [tag]knitter [/tag] that [tag]travels [/tag], this pouch is designed to hold your [tag]yarn [/tag] inside the colorful bag attached to your wrist.
No more out-of-control rolling balls of yarn getting underfoot and getting dirty! The bag is created by [tag]Jennifer Lippman-Bruno [/tag] who was inspired by an unruly plane trip two years ago, during which her yarn repeatedly went astray.
The GoKnit pouch comes in three sizes: small (reviewed here, measures 8″ high x 6″ wide, SRP $18), medium (11″ high x 8″ wide, SRP $24), and large (13″ high x 11″ wide, with a drawstring that doubles as a shoulder strap, SRP $32). All bags are made in Brooklyn, New York, using supplies made in the U.S. The GoKnit pouch is made and distributed by [tag]KnowKnits [/tag]. You’ll find a list of retailers on the KnowKnits Web site, or you can go directly to [tag]Scout’s Swag [/tag] to buy online.
By Laura Nixon