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The Half & Half Project Bag is the ideal pouch for taking your hand stitching projects on the go. From Sashiko to English Paper Piecing, this roomy zipper pouch includes 3 separate zippered compartments with a clear vinyl front on the outer pocket to allow you to clearly see your project inside. The back pocket includes elastic organizing loops and pockets to keep your marking tools, scissors and other accessories handy and secure. The heavy-duty zippers include a large loop zipper pull for ease of use. Also works great as a spacious pencil case that can hold up to 70 pens & pencils!PRODUCT DETAILS:
I really liked all the compartments and just how much this bag can hold! I took it with me on a slow stitching retreat and it was so handy and held so much of what I was using, I could just grab this pouch and head to a class.
This bag is perfect for my pens I journal with. My washi tape is in the front with the clear part. This better suits my needs for pens and other crafting projects more so than my stitching projects.
The bag is cute but I’ll probably like it for stationery type things more than stitching. The yellow is very bright.
I cannot believe how much this pouch holds! I purchased this for stitching supplies but decided to use it for art supplies for an upcoming trip. Markers, pens, pencils, watercolors, brushes, scissors, glue - it all fits! The material of the pouch is top quality and the zippers are sturdy. I love the big ring zipper pulls also. Highly recommend this product!
Unfortunately this doesn’t completely meet my expectations. It would be better for my drawing stuff. I do like the clear top pocket.
More pockets. Fewer loops. Perhaps slots for the thread bobbins. A way to hold pre threaded needles. One bigger section for a project. Loop so it could be attached to a day pack.
Wonder if it would be worth designing one with someone like Tom Bihn. He did one for knitting.