One of my Kipster Knitting Bag in action

Many thanks to Sarah for sharing these wonderful photographs of herself and her Kipster knitting bag on their travels.

 On top of Mt. Oberg in MN with a view of Lake Superior.

Outside a knitting shop in Iceland.


Zoe's Bags in New Zealand!

This is a shot of my Lynx Deluxe (portable art studio) and my Squirrel (faithful wallet, notebook, keys, and phone carrier) out at the Manawatu Estuary.  This place is listed as a Wetland of International Importance.  I was there to see (and do some sketching) of the Bar-tailed Godwits which fly all the way from Siberia to New Zealand to escape the winter.  Thats a flight of 11,000-12,000 km which takes them an average of 8-9 days!

And this is my Sweet Pea (with Grabby the cat),  still going strong and it keeps all my access cards organised and lives most of the time in the car.
This is my SueBee, such a versatile bag.   Before you made me the Lynx I used it for small sketching supplies out and about.  Now it comes to work with me holding all those essential bits and pieces.


A happy customer with her Halloween knitting bag

Many thanks to Shirley for sharing this awesome photograph of herself and her Suebee knitting bag!


Kipster knitting bag at Pembroke Castle

Thanks to Lea for sharing this wonderful photograph of her Kipster knitting bag at Pembroke Castle in Western Wales.


Lea, a Kipster and Pembroke Castle

Many thanks to Lea for sharing some amazing photographs of herself, and her Kipster knitting bag, traveling through the UK.
I will share them with you over the next few days. Each one deserves to be seen on its own!
This is taken at Pembroke Castle in Western Wales.


A black cat shoulder bag and the kitty who loves it

Many thanks to Debbie for sharing this awesome pic of her new Sebastian Ghastlie Raccoon Deluxe, Scooter, and a very interested, Luna. How sweet!


Eva the black cat and a black cat knitting bag

Many thanks to Trudi for sharing these photographs of her new Kipster knitting project bag. She says ""I love using my new project bag, and, as you can see, Eva loves it too (maybe a little too much!).


Drawstring bag for Rummikub Tiles and a happy customer

Many thanks to Sheryl for taking the time to take, and share, these wonderful pics of a Suebee drawstring bag she bought, as a hostess gift for game night! She kindly took pics of the bag in action with Rummikub tiles, and next to her koi pond too.
She said "Also, just want to say how nice it feels to put our hand in the bag to fetch a tile!  Smooth and silky!"

The Suebee bag can hold Scrabble, and Mah Jongg, tiles as well.