Monday, 27 September 2010

Custom Knitting Needle Organisers

I've had a few custom orders recently; weird how they all come at once? just thought i'd share a few pics with you :)

This customer wanted a organiser to hold all of her circular knitting needles, so i made the pockets larger and fitted in two rows for double the pockets.
This organiser features two rows of pockets for interchangable needles and fabric ties in coordinating fabric to the blue floral fabric, so i was really pleased to stumble across this rose-coloured cotton in my stash!

I got to use three different fabrics for this straight knitting needle organiser; i think the colours go quite well together ...
I was a bit nervous taking these custom orders as they were my first and it was a little pressure to make sure my customers like them, but they seem really pleased now so i'm glad i did them :) hopefully lots more to come!

speak soon, xo


  1. They turned out beautifully. I especially like the addition of those polka dots.

  2. Really nice design, they look very well finished. And thanks for following my blog :)

  3. They are all super. Love the coordinated fabrics. I am not surprised they were well received!

  4. Customs always make me nervous to! You did a great job! I may need to talk to you about some cases! FANTASTIC!

  5. I just found you beautiful blog! Wonderful how you combine the happy fabrics into sweet things!! Thanks for the inspiration!!
    //Anna in Sweden

  6. I could not love these more - I absolutely love the choice of fabric and they look so professionally done!

  7. I love it! I need it!! and I hope to have a time to do it :* thanks!

  8. They're so cute! The photo above looks like a funky ladies wallet. Love the polka dots! All of them were definitely awesome. Thanks for sharing this!

  9. Now knitting is in style and really cool. Yeah well, it's no longer only for grannies or babies.


  10. One of the great things about knitting is that you can make a wide variety of items with the same relatively simple steps. Just select a different type of yarn and a different variation in your stitch, and you can come up with a very different end product. Helene Goldnadel


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