Wednesday, February 14, 2007


Sorry, no pic today, I'm not on my own computer.

Today's tip is, how to keep small crochet projects organized.

I tend to have a lot of crochet projects going at the same time. Right now I have four. I like to do a little on each one, so I don't get bored with the pattern right away.

What I like to do is to put each project into a 1-gallon zip-top bag. I keep the hook in there (if it's not being used for one of the other projects), and I keep the pattern in there. That way I always know what I'm working on. I've done this with small sewing projects as well. I've even re-used gift bags with the handles so that I can carry it around easier. This works great for doctor's office visits.

More recently I purchased one of those Sterilite Showoff cases, and that's been nice. It locks and it has a handle. I have three projects in one case right now.

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Lisa said...

I do this same thing for my scrapbooking. It's great. And I use gift bags to store a years worth of bills and receipts. :o)