Lacey Rose Creations.
This month I'm using this Japanese Knot bag that I'm completely in love with. I had been wanting to make this style bag for many months and have finally dove in. The original pattern had some really weird pockets that I just wasn't a fan of. With some tweaking, though, I'm really happy with the final result. It now has a pocket on both the inside and out and is completely reversible. The fabric with balls of yarn and knitting needles on the black background make for a perfect knitting project bag..... Even if I'm currently using it for crochet.
This particular yarn is from the company Katia Yarns. I discovered this yarn company at a great yarn shop somewhere in Canada. Unfortunately, it looks like this particular yarn "Kiss", has been discontinued. Sad, because I'm really enjoying the texture, feel, and the subtle metallic sheen to the yarn. The shine may be horrible to try to capture in photos but it really dresses up the look of the snood. Giving it a more formal or dressy feel to it. Looking at their website, linked above, I found a great selection of other "Fantasy" or fancy yarns that I'm really looking forward to trying for snoods.
our shop. I'd be happy to make them on commission. That way, we can discuss colors, size (long hair or shorter), and any special requests. I'm currently working on a gold shimmery one for a very special lady......
Thanks for stopping by and spending your time here with me. What kind of yarns do you think would make great snoods? Glittery or sequins? A lot of specialty yarns will be hitting the shops come the holiday season, what should I keep my eyes open for?