Here is my fun bag. I bought it on my mom's co-op for $6 (really). It has handles a zipper top which is great. It is large and stores a ton of stuff.
Here is some leftover yarn from a hat that I just finished. I should probably put it in my stash since i don't need it in my bag. Yarn Credit: Berroco Vintage in Aster.
I always have a ton of needles for projects I am working on or have finished up. I occasionally go through my bag and put away any needles that I am done working with. Needle Credit: Hiya Hiya, and ChiaoGoo,
Here is some yarn for projects I haven't started with. The purple will be for a hat and the turquoise for some socks. Yarn Credit: Berroco Vintage in Dried Plum and Crystal Palace Panda Silk yarn.
My notions box is a mess. I need to clean it out. I always keep this in my bag because it has all my necessities: Scissors, tape measure, stitch markers, crochet hook, cabling needles, darning needles, needle gauge, needle caps and extra needles. The box was from Michael's and think it cost a whopping $2.00.
Oh look! A finished sock. I started on the other one yesterday.
Random pattern. I have every intent to start this. I have the needles and yarn.
Project bags. I use these bags to keep yarn and projects I am working on. They are actually produce bags but I re-purposed them for something else.
A cotton farmer's market shopping bag I am working on. Yarn Credit: Berroco Modern Cotton in Bluebird.
Yarn for the sock above and the new one I started. Yarn Credit: Blue Moon Fiber Arts Socks that Rock in Farmhouse.
Work in progress. A slipper sock that is complete. I just need to start the other one. The yarn is gorgeous and incredibly soft. It's made from baby alpaca. Yarn Credit: Foothills Yarn and Fiber. I believe the name is Clematis. It was hand dyed at their shop and you can't buy it online.
Seeing all of this makes me motivated to get some projects done!