This Knitting Yarn Bin is perfect for keeping your knitting and crochet yarn, safe and clean. It is large and roomy with enough space for around 6-8 skeins of wool plus your latest project. It has slits in the top so you can feed the yarn through and work without tangles or yarn rolling around the floor.
External pockets are a plus as you can keep your needles, hooks, glasses, patterns etc. easily to hand.
Very well made and sturdy, altogether a great buy for any knitter or crocheter.
"Was dubious about the cost but glad I bought it. It's well made with good quality material, has handy pockets for crochet hooks (my knitting needles go inside) and is keeping my project clean and tidied away. I am currently knitting a cosy bag for my granddaughter and it fits the 400g balls of Aran wool I am using just fine. Would definitely recommend this yarn drum "
"I love this bag it is lightweight to carry even when full, a good carrying handle or shoulder strap for when you leave home. It is large enough to take a lot of wool and work in progress and the holes in the top a perfect when using several different colours at the same time. The only negative point, the pockets are a little too long for your hooks, and not long enough for knitting needles. Overall good value. "
"Now, I have had yarn bins before and was not converted, I like a center
pull and sometimes you get a lump pull out and with the yarn bin that
lump gets stuck behind the little hole. This bin is different, you see
it has a slit connecting two holes together, because it is a slit it
doesn’t allow the strand free movement but if you get a lump it can pass
through the lit so you can untangle things with out opening the whole
I like the arrangement of the pockets, the bottom left three are lovely sizes for hooks with each one being a slightly different size for different sized hooks. I would have liked a pocket inside or maybe a zip-able pocket outside as I tend to throw things around a bit when cleaning,, that that’s just a personal preference.
Speaking of cleaning, this bag kept all of my yarn and the hook I was using in one place while I moved furniture around and generally turned my corner upside down.
It is a good size and holds my current 800g of mohair a treat. I took it on holiday last week to give it a run for it’s money and it sat in the foot well of teh car a treat while I crocheted squares for the blanket.
All in all this is the best yarn bin I have seen and highly recommend it, especially for those who travel a lot with their crocheting. "
"I usually keep my yarns and projects in plastic bags so thought I would treat myself to this knitting yarn bin and keep all my crochet stuff together, I'm really pleased I did. This bag is fantastic, very well built and sturdy and seems to hold a lot. I have 6 balls of 50g yarn and 3 balls of 100g yarn, crochet hooks sets (2), small plastic sewing box, fauxchet needle, paper crochet patterns and the project I am working on at the moment, a granny square blanket, There is still spare room in the bag. Everything is neat and tidy. I should have ordered this bag a long time ago."The Knitting Wool Store Knitting Accessories Sewing Needles for Knitters