What's in the Project Bag? Ann's Travel Edition!

As I was packing for my recent adventures, I thought it would be fitting to continue our series of What's in the Project Bag. One of my favorite things to pack is, of course, projects! And the bag? Well, my Artifact Bag has become my go-to for travel. It can hold quite a bit, and I just love the many pockets. Along with my WIPs, notions, and any knitting accoutrement, I can easily store items like my iPad, a large notepad, etc. 

Its roomy size allows for projects like a sweater, and on this trip, I've decided to cast on the Everyday Pullover by Karen Templer from the book, Seasonless - Patterns for Life, in gorgeous mYak Baby Yak Medium. I've chosen a classic combo of deep navy (Midnight Blue) and a neutral (Oatmeal). So yummy! If you'd like to follow my progress as well as pattern notes, check out my Ravelry pattern post here: carmelknitter's Everyday Pullover 

Notions? But of course, I am taking my trusty Firefly Notes tin! It pretty much holds everything I need. I've shared how I use my tin in our blog post, Spotlight On: My Notions Tin.

Those who've followed along over the years might remember that I always carry a Walker Yarn Case with me. It keeps my skein neat and tidy. I won't have to worry about it rolling down an aisle of the plane, ha!  

Along with a larger project like my sweater, I like to pack something smaller to knit. I loved knitting my Sophie Shawl - mYak Version, and another one was in order. This time in the color Sweet Kiss, a cheerful vibrant pink. So fun!


And lastly, I take my set of ChiaGoo interchangeable needles. Long flights can equal ample knitting time, and that means you just may finish your projects. Or, you never know if you'll pick up a project along the way!

I hope you've enjoyed this little peek into my traveling project bag. What types of goods do you like to travel with?

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