GoKnit Pouch Review
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Reviewed by Julie DaMario
Knitting on-the-go just got that much easier with the GoKnit Pouch. This lightweight, drawstring bag is perfect for touting your knitting projects wherever your next adventure takes you. At first glance, I thought this bag was just a simple, nylon bag with no outstanding features. But after I studied it a little more, I realized all that the GoKnit Pouch has to offer.
First of all, the material of the bag is perfect for storing yarn and other fibers. The pouch is made of nylon ripstop fabric, which is both machine washable and dryable. It’s superior to a bag made of cloth or other natural material because it will keep all your projects dry and protected from the elements.
Another nice feature is the drawstring for easy access. The drawstring comes with a securable cordlock that easily slides open when you’re ready to knit, and stays closed when you are ready to pack up. The outer loop is great for hanging the pouch on a hook for easy clean up. The loop also offers a practical option for added mobility. You can fasten the loop to your purse strap, belt buckle, or backpack for hands-free carrying. This is a great option for touting your yarns with you to kids’ baseball games, the dentist, or anywhere else you love to knit.
Another wonderful organizational features about the GoKnit Pouch is that it comes in three different sizes, each suitable for different knitting projects. The small pouch measures 8” high X 6” wide and is great for smaller knitting projects such as socks, mittens, and baby clothes; the medium measures 11” high by 8” wide and is perfect for larger items like adult-size sweaters or small baby blankets; the large measures 13” high X 11” wide and can fit large projects like afghans or coats. The large pouch has the additional feature of attaching the drawstring to the bottom of the pouch for a comfortable shoulder strap.
This practical pouch also comes in over twenty color options. The regular colors include blue, camo, green, maroon, navy, orange, orchid, purple, pink, red, silver, turquoise, and yellow; the Jewel Collection has fun colors in precious stone options like amethyst, champagne gold, emerald, ruby, and sapphire. The prints that I’m most excited about, however, are the ones offered in the Limited Edition choices: fur, ostrich, and zebra. Personally, I can’t decide between fur and turquoise!
Overall, this bag is a great value. I love how the GoKnit Pouch offers mobility, practicality, and the option to customize your knitting storage. If you’ve been on the prowl for a knitting bag, the GoKnit Pouch is definitely worth a try.
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