Needle Case Giveaway!

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A while back i got a lovely new needle case from Knitter’s Pride, it’s the Rhine Assorted Needles Case, and it has pockets for crochet hooks, interchangeable needles, fixed circular needles, double points, and accessories. Pretty much, it’s a fantastic case.

Knitter's Pride Assorted Needle Case

 

It folds up into thirds, making it convenient to slip into your knitting bag. It also has a stretchy closure, so that if you overstuff it you can still snap it shut! (It’s like they predicted I would do this!)

Knitter's Pride Assorted Needle Case

 

I have a lot of needles and hooks, and this is by no means all of them, but I think I’ll use this case as a way to store a variety of tools all in one convenient place.

Knitter's Pride Assorted Needle Case

 

Giveaway! 

The wonderful people at Knitter’s Pride have provided a second Rhine Assorted Needle Case for me to give to one of you lucky blog readers! To enter leave a comment on this post telling me about how you’re currently storing your needles. If you’d like an extra entry find the same photo above on my Instagram and leave a comment there, too! I’ll choose a winner on Friday, July 3rd!

206 Responses

  1. Bonnie
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    I am currently storing my needles in three different containers. This would be so convenient to have them all in one spot!!

    • Twana
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      I like the organizer…It’s not too big that it can’t fit in a tote bag with a knitting project or even a crochet afghan.

    • Lura
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      O-o-o-o-o-h! how great that would be for projects on the go! I use baskets and tins, vases and wine bottle carriers, and little toothpick holders for little needles and tiny things. They are ok at home but don’t work for the many times I take my stitches on the go! Would be a treasure for sure!

    • Angie
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      Great case! I’d like to have it :)) !

    • Jane Pratt
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      I am sorry to say I wrapped my needles with a rubber band. I would just love this organizer its just beautiful as well as practical.

  2. Bruny
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    Love Mari Knits emails!

  3. SHIRLEY ALEXANDER
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    I am currently using one my sister made for me, like you it doesn’t hold them all! This one looks great!

  4. Kathy Formel
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    I store my needles in a hard plastic storage box. In the box, my interchangeable needles are the case that it came in from the manufacturer. My crochet hooks are in a pencil bag. My double pointed needles are bound together by size with a rubber band and then put in another pencil case. My fixed circulars are in the packages they came in. It would be wonderful to have them all together in a pretty case. Thank you.

  5. Emma
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    So I currently have about a million straights (inherited from my grandmother) in a roll my mum made for them, and dpns in a smaller roll which I made myself (repurposing a canvas tote bag – I was so proud!). My circs live in a plastic wallet. So they’re tidy but it’s kind of a pain when I’m trying to select the right ones for a project, especially if I’m swatching on different sets. It would be brilliant to have my most-used needles all in the same place, and this Rhine case looks amazing!

  6. Susan Hedges
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    I seems to have needles and hooks stored everywhere and so many different types of holders. From cosmetic bags to pencil cases. I keep telling myself to sew one up but that’s still in my Cue near the bottom.

  7. erin
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    my needles are currently living in a yarn bowl (circulars, interchangeables, and DPNS) and the few straights I have are in a binder. Yep. Pretty glamorous around here.

  8. Linda
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    What a beautiful needle case, it would only hold a small portion of my needles which are currently housed in a boot box.

  9. Christine
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    I currently store my needles in various baskets, pouches, boxes AND a quilted roll that my Nana made back in the day. :)

    • Anne Sowell
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      I store my double points and crochet hooks in rigid pencil cases, my circular needles and shorter straight single points in zipper pencil bags that fit in a 3 ring binder. The longer single points are in an old flower vase.

      This looks like great way to store a pared down collection of the needles & hooks I actually use.

  10. fishgirl182
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    I have a bunch of different needle cases for each of my sets. It would be nice to be able to keep my IC set with my most used DPN.

  11. Christine
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    I have several needle cases. My circular needle case is so full that it will hardly close! I would definitely use this case for my interchangeable.

  12. Absoknittinglutely
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    Right now I have my needles stored in two small cases, two small boxes and my knitting basket and needle tubes. I just can’t get all different types of needles into one case! This case looks like a great start. Thanks for the giveaway!

  13. Kathey Harper
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    I am currently using a travel makeup case for my needle storage. I would love to be able to have circa and dpns all in the same case.

  14. Katherine Hovis
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    Currently my needles live in a gallon size zip lock baggie,so u can only imagine how lucky they would feel to live in such a magnificent mansion as you have displayed.

  15. Jill
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    At the moment mine are in page protector pockets in a binder!

  16. April h
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    I use a plastic pencil case. Would love to win this.

  17. Hannah
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    I am currently storing my needles in a cosmetic case

  18. Esther Paris
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    If I knew how I store them, then maybe (just maybe) I could access what I need when I need it. Maybe. :-) I think I NEED this needlecase.

  19. Lizbeth
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    I keep my needles in an upcycled plastic bins! This would make me sooo much more organized! Signed up for your emails, too!

  20. Sharen Harris
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    I have a lot of my needles(straight,dpn, crochet hooks in a long tube like cylinder I got from work that used to contain a paper roll. It works okay but it’s all mixed up. I also have circular needles in a storage container. And some in a knitting bag. So the search is kind of a pain when I need to look for a particular needle. Your case is lovely.

  21. Faith
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    Such a lovely convenient case!
    I currently keep all my old straight needles in a random bag and my addi needles in their own pack

  22. Marcia
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    I have my needles as well as my inherited needles from my mother-in-law in a container that she used.

  23. Mye
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    I keep mine in ziplock bag and a glass next to my chair. Sad, huh?

  24. Ginny Jones
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    I have a multi-zippered cosmetic bag with several compartments. It holds my circulars, my dpns, and my interchangeables. But is isn’t very convenient to carry with me.

  25. Linda Dreier
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    My needles are in a plastic box which is too short for the long single point needes. The circular needles are a tangled mess. The rest are holding various unfinished projects. :-)

  26. Terry Romaire
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    Within the last month I collected all of my needles (k & c) that were in my craft room and deposited them in an old and unused gym bag (large size). Luckily the gym bag was only half filled when I finished. Good luck fitting them into that lovely Knitters Pride assorted needle case. Thanks to Mari Knits for sharing the attempted organizational paraphernalia since it looks like most knitters are in the same shape as me.

  27. Taylor
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    I’m currently using and cosmetic bag for my needles. There is absolutely no organization whatsoever. It’s chaos!!

  28. Fansi
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    I store my needles (which is a lot) on a tote bag because I keep the needles on their own packaging. I would always love a special convenient package to store them all in one place that I can easily carry anywhere!

  29. Nancy
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    I have several places where I keep my needles and hooks. DP needles are in a ziploc bag, Interchangeables are in the case they came in, crochet hooks are in my sewing machine drawer, others are in a cup next to where I knit.

    I have been meaning to get more organized. This case would be a huge encouragement.
    Many thanks for making this offer to win.

    Nancy

  30. Kristin Tolle
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    I use the cases my Knitters Pride sets came in, but I’m wondering how long the plastic will hold out. For travel I have a DellaQ needle wallet.

  31. Kim
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    I have my knitting needles in a mirrored box that sits under my side table beside “my spot” on the couch. My crochet hooks, I keep in a glass box the sits on my mantle. When I’m working on aroject, they style stuck in the bll of yarn I’m working with. What can I say?!

  32. Norah Brown
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    I am storing my needles and hooks in zipper pouches I made that food not turn out for one reason or another (messy zipper, funky interfacing, weird size, etc). This looks fabulous…thank you for the chance!

  33. Rebecca
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    What a fabulous case. I’m currently using an overflowing binder of sorts. This would be just the right size to bring a useful assortment of sizes etc. on the road. Thanks so much for the giveaway!
    (Knittingwithwords on Rav)

  34. Ruth Griffith
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    I currently store my needles in a cardboard tube with a removable lid. It was originally designed for a wine bottle. It is not tall enough for some of my longer needles, and isn’t good for circulars. But, it works fine for most of my straight needles. I would love to have something nice like this one instead! Goodbye cardboard tube! Thank you for the offer!

  35. Barbara
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    I have them in a zip bag :)

  36. Diane JB
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    Great case. Love to get my needles organized!

  37. Sharon Beal
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    I store my straight needles in pretty wine boxes. Has a cord attached so easy to move.

  38. P.J. Coldren
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    My straight needles are in a plastic file box – no lid. My crochet hooks are in a Star Wars metal pencil case, as are my stitch holders. My circular needles are in a computer box on the floor in my work room OR hanging from a CD holder in the garage, next to the yarn stash closet. My assorted knitting tools (tape measure, sewing needles, stitch markers, etc.) are in a metal Mary Engelbreit “Life is a Chair of Bowlies tin in whichever bag my current project is stored. Various projects are in assorted canvas or leather or paper bags around the house . . . much to the dismay of my spousal unit.

  39. Sara
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    Right now, my circular needles are shoved in a small make-up bag, my crochet hooks and various other things are in a zip up pencil case and I have stitch markers in a small plastic container. I’m always hunting for something.

  40. Susan Cappello
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    I store my needles in a mason jar and an old CD holder for multiple discs. Also a pencil holder and old eye glass case. I could really use a case to keep me organized.

  41. Geraldine Scott
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    I try, honestly, to keep them all together in a plastic pouch…not working so well! This may be the perfect solution!
    Thanks for hosting the giveaway!

  42. Linda
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    I use a zippered bag that I received my CPAP machine in. Ugly, Ugly.

  43. Sheri balderree
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    I have MANY needle cases, but I don’t have one as versatile as this. Would love to try it.

  44. Meghan
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    Right now my circular needle tips are still on the (badly tattered) bungee corded card they came on when I bought them. That and all of my other told are shoved in a clear vinyl bag. The case looks like a much better option!

  45. Janet Ulrich
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    Mine are currently stored in Ziploc bags in various project bags. Having a case to store those not in a project would be amazing!

  46. Coreen VanDerWoude
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    This is the nicest, most useful looking needle case I’ve ever seen!! I would love to have one to organize my needles and hooks! Right now they are scattered in several different Not-organized things like pouches, boxes, cans, etc. etc. etc. etc. Did you hear I really need help with this??? ;) I would be most grateful to win one of these wonderful needle cases!!

  47. Karen
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    I have a cardboard circular container that I keep most of my needles in and then they are scattered from bag to bag.

  48. Rose Nishiyama
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    My knitting needles (straight and circular) are in their original packages. I put all the packages in a drawer along side all my crochet hooks. The crochet hooks are not in their original packages so it’s a free for all. Not very efficient when I am looking for a specific needle or hook.

  49. Joyce Linder
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    I have been looking hora good travel case — this looks like it would work well – and not too big !! ✈️

  50. Heidi
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    What a fabulous solution. I have 3 different cases, none of which I love and all for different things plus a needle set in the plastic case it came in and random hooks laying all over. This would be a fabulous solution! Thanks for sharing. I hope I win but if I don’t this will go on my list of things to buy.

  51. Cindy N
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    My needle storage is ok if I’m knitting at home – circulars are in a bin categorized by size; dpns are in tubes; interchangeables are in the case they came in; don’t have many straights; crochet hooks are in a box. However, if I’m traveling I don’t have any sort of storage for a variety of needles that I may want to keep/bring with me. Therefore, this case would be awesome. Thanks for the giveaway :)

  52. Denise
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    Mine rarely are stored, they are in a yarn project. :-)

  53. Dina Dillon
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    Well I’m using a make up brush holder, a basket that my circular needles hang off the handle and a pencil case to hold my needles.

  54. Kathy
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    I have them stored in many different containers. Would be wonderful to have only “one” place where I could keep them!

  55. MaryJo
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    I store my needles in a filing tote. Hanging folders for every size. I store my interchangeable kit in front.

  56. Cindy
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    I have my crochet hooks in a pencil case. My straights are in a roll up case. My circular’s are in a third case. It all drives me crazy! Would love to have a case where I could keep everything together. Very smart looking case!

  57. Christina
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    I store my needles in a beautiful blue glass vase!

  58. Rachel
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    I use elastic bands to hole all my needles, knitting and crochet, together. I do enjoy your website.

  59. Susan
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    I keep my needles and hooks in a cylindrical cardboard wine bottle gift box. The exterior is decorated with a variety of world maps. It has been a bit bulky when traveling, however it is always a conversation starter. I’ve met many other knitters on many of my travels. I’ve even marked the map as to where my new knitting friends live.

  60. Stephanie N
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    I have many straight needles in many places and my circular ones are still in the pouches that I purchased them with. With this case I would be able to have them in one place. This case would be a great solution. I love the way it looks. I hope I win and if not then I need to get on the ball and go and buy a case so I would have them in one place. Thanks for giving this away.

  61. TerriSyue
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    My needles are at the bottom of a chest that holds some of my yarn stash. So basically I don’t have anything to actually store them in. they are just loose. When I go to find a pair when starting something I have to get them all out to find a pair. This case would be wonderful. Thank you for the chance.

  62. Diana Ratchford
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    I’m a little crazy with my knitting tools. I could be called a collector. I’m constantly organizing my tools. I currently use a cloth knitting needle bag. A pencil box. My interchangables are in the case they came in, but cramed with extra needles I’ve added, & a makeup brush case for my double points.

  63. Darry
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    I currently store my needles in a multitude off places, zippered holders, a fabic roll that I made and various bags – I’m a senior citizen and would you believe I still have some of my grandmother’s knitting needles, neatly tucked into yet another container – would love to have my most used needles and accessories together in a handy case.

  64. Carol Hanson
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    I have the needles I use most often on the top of my desk, along my computer keyboard, the next most often in a tall ceramic vase near my desk. I’d like to say the rest are this well organized but they aren’t. Some are mixed in with my weaving tools in an antique wooden tool carrier. Many, especially my circular needles are in tote bags containing unfinished projects. I have a lot of needles and really need a needle holder to get them all (or most all) in one spot. That it would be easy to take with me would also be a plus. That it looks sharp and well-designed is another.

  65. Terri Powers
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    Mine are all over the house, and it would be so nice to be able to find them all at once, and know I have the sizes and lengths separated into complete sets.

  66. Joan Davidson
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    I have several storage places for my needles. Whiskey bottles from the liquor store used to come in round containers, so I have some in there, and I have a large binder that I got at a local craft store that houses the double pointed needles, single needles and the round needles that I use most often. It is big and bulky, but does the trick. It would be nice to have a case like Knitter’s Pride case as the needles I use the most would be very handy and easy to transport. Looks like a great case!

  67. Savannagal
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    I have needles and hooks all over the place. I have my circs hanging from a thing I made out of the leg of a pair of jeans. I sewed horizontally across over and over to make little pockets and then ran the needles through. I have straights in a jar, and also on display stuck in balls of yarn, and in umpteen knitting bags. I have hooks in an old plastic tube that I purchased cross stitch fabric in about 25 years ago. It would be great to get everything in one place. Though, believe it or not, I do know where everything is. Thanks for the giveaway. This case looks fantastic. Good luck to all.

  68. Lauren Michele
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    My needles? Oh my, what a scattered mess they are! Closet, drawer, basket, & box. And are you ready for this….. I’m a librarian! How can this be? I need to fix this with a lovely new set like this one.

  69. Sharon Johnson
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    My needles are laying on my nightstand, the table in the living room, a storage box where I keepy yarn, in my yarn and sometimes in my ponytail when I’m working on a project! Lol It would be great to be able to get them all together in one place!

  70. Amanda
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    All my needles, hooks, and notions are crammed in a shoe box. :/

  71. Lael
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    Would love one of these cases. Right now, I store most of my needles in a small, plastic storage tub.

  72. Jessica Bruyere
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    I have knitting needles stored all over, in various totes, homemade cases, and unfinished projects!

  73. Mieka
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    DPN’s are in tubes in a basket with my straight and circular needles. Is a bit cluttered looking

  74. Rachel Morrison
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    This is awesome. I love the snap closure and the ability to house so many needles. If I don’t win, I will definitely be having to purchase.

  75. Allison Jones
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    Mine are in a few places. My straights, random sets of DPNs and bamboo fixed circulars are in a tiered plastic container with 4 separate containers. The fourth is used for most of my metal fixed circs. All my small circs are in a bag with single skeins of wool for grabbing on the go to make a hat.
    My full sets of small DPNs are in a container with my bead stash for making knitted jewelry. My one full interchangeable set is in the manufacturer car and travels with me in my main knitting bag.
    I could use a simpler system

  76. Juliana
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    I’m storing part of my needles in a case I made. This one is so pretty!

  77. Edna
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    I store mine in a card catalog, along with index cards containing descriptions of my yarn.

  78. Rhonda
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    Got my interchangeable in their case but straights and crochet hooks in a coffee can with double points in a pencil box. This would be handy for them

  79. lora
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    I keep my needles in a couple plastic containers, doesn’t look pretty but it works!

  80. Donna L Dale
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    Multiple storage spots among knitting supplies.

  81. Brandis standridge
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    I have a plastic ziplock bag and a Dixie cup that I store my needles and fashions in.
    I was homeless for about 6 months and in the jumble of couch surfing, I lost all my knitting supplies. I’ve been slowly rebuilding a little every few months as my disability payments allow.
    This is a beautiful kit! Thank you for an opportunity to win this! Knitting has truly saved my sanity and provided me the ability to still feel useful as I can no longer work. I’m proud to be a knitter and to learn better skills from so many people around the world through the Internet.

  82. Jane
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    right now I have them stored in pencil cases and cardboard boxes from dollar store and a a few that are old displayed in a glass jar…..thanks for the chance to win :)

  83. Canadamel
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    I store my needles on my wip’s. If there happens to be a spare set of needles, they are usually in their original bag they came in. These are then placed in an unused project bag in my yarn bin. How’s that for convoluted?!

  84. Linda
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    I have mine in the packages they came in :)

  85. Lynne Carey
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    All over the place! I have some stored in boxes in the garage from when we moved, I have others in a drawer of my nightstand and some in my closet. The ones I’m currently using on a multi-sized needle project are stuck in a pencil holder, and the ones from my last project got stuck in a ball of yarn so I wouldn’t lose them. I need therapy. Or a really handy and beautiful needle case…Thanks!

  86. Eugenia Roca
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    I’d love a case like this. I have my interchangeable needles in one pouch, my shorter interchangeable needles in another one, and my crochet hooks in a pencil case. This one you show here is so convenient! :)

  87. Anastey Lovely
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    I store My interchangeables in a HiyaHiya case I bought. My straights are in a sheepy vase and a vintage hand made needle holder. My circs are in a hanging needle organizer. I would love to have something that can hold several types of things in one spot so I don’t have to dig around looking for things!

  88. Ellen Toothacker
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    My needles are rubber-banded together. UGH! This would be a beautiful way to store them.

  89. Susan Padezanin
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    I use a coffee mug to store straight needles and a fishermans bait box to store interchangeables.

  90. Nicole B
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    My needles are scattered in a small plastic storage bin. This case looks great for organizing!

  91. Sandra Roussy
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    Good Luck to all those participating!! I currently have my Knitters Pride circular needles in a crayon case and my dpns in a plastic shoe box. The lovely case would be a wonderful place to put my needles in :)

  92. Kmaria
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    I would to have this case to use on the go with multiple projects. Yes, I keep several projects going at once. : )

  93. Ali
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    I store my needles in the original packaging and then in a wooden pie box.

  94. Kathy Trunzo
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    I have my circulars in a fisherman’s bait pouch, my double points in a plastic pouch and my straights in the plastic envelope they came in. Would love to have one container for everything!!

  95. Francine
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    I have my needles in plastic bins, pencil cases, and knitting bags.

  96. knittingdancer on Ravelry
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    I have my straight needles in 2 tri-fold quilted cases. I have my interchangable needle tips in 2 double Della Q’s fabric cases. I have my fixed circulars on a hanging case with slots for each size nailed to the inside of a closet door. I need a case to put my double point needles. Thank you for sharing your case with some lucky person.

  97. Pat
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    In a plastic box unfortunately. I have a plastic bag for set of knit in the round needle tips which are still attached to cardboard with elastic in the plastic bag. Been hoping for something nicer to keep them organized.

  98. Linda
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    Currently using the plastic packet that came with the original purchase. Problem is, the side is split on the bag. I’m needing a replacement!

  99. Teresa
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    Currently, needles are stored in copius amounts of zipper bags, it’s a mess. Please help me get organized.

  100. Kay Luna
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    I store my DPNs in a pencil box, my circular in a homemade wrap and interchangeables in the container they came in. My crochet needles are in a Boye case. I would really be interested in trying your case for when I travel.

  101. vicki
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    I have needles stored in 4 different places. Some have rubber bands around them. My circular needles/cords are in a 3 ring binder. Some of my straight needles are in the binder too. I knit for my 11 grandbabies and nieces/nephews.

  102. April W.
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    I am currently not storing my needles, they are on the top of my yarn bin. This is an awesome give away, would love to win this and store my needles neatly and away from my curious kitties.

  103. Cheryl
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    mine are in a small plastic tray or on my knitting tub

  104. Linda Cannon
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    I currently store my needles in 5 cases and it gets frustrating. Most of my needles are interchangeable circulars, and each of the three sets (Knitters Pride) reside in the cases they came in. The other circulars are in a fishing storage case (rubber worm storage) and my DPN’s are in a case my daughter made. We used to travel quite a bit and that is why I love my interchangeables, they don’t take much space, having single case would be a luxury.
    Thank you for sharing the extra case.

  105. Marylou
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    I currently store all my needles and hooks in a storage box.
    I would love this to store some of them!

  106. Lisa
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    I have a zippered 3ring binder and I store my circular needles in page protectors sorted by size. I keep my double pointed needles and crochet hooks in pencil cases stowed in a pocket on the inside cover of the binder

  107. CopperBailey on Ravelry
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    Perfection. I am now using clear travel bags to store needles and a cosmetic bag with empty lotion bottles to store stitch markers, point protectors, and various other knitting paraphernalia.

  108. Stacey
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    I have 3 vases that hold various straight & circular needles. I have a couple zipper pouches holding more and rigid pencil boxes for DPNs. This pouch looks like a great way to store a lot of frequently used items neatly in my current knitting bag!

  109. Kim D
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    My needles aren’t really stored anywhere special at the moment. Some are in a case my grandma gave me, but it’s pretty huge, and others are just spread around – in bags, boxes, baskets, etc – I could use some help!

  110. RavID Echobug2000
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    Pencil bags, cases, small project bags, and amongst my yarn basket stash.

  111. Susan
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    My needles are currently stored in various cases in a basket.

  112. Cecilia
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    My needles are in various cases and none of them are ideal. I have to pour or pull them out just to find what I need. I need to be organize. What a beautiful case.

  113. Julia Caraballo
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    I keep my needles in plastic bins, no order, just messy.

  114. laura
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    I have a case for my interchangables. For everything, they’re in a plastic box. It’s pitiful, really.

  115. Jen Coleslaw
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    I’m like Voldemort with all my needles and tools scattered in many pushes and bags. This looks awesome.

  116. Lotsofhermies on Ravelry
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    Currently using a homemade needle roll. It works but occasionally it gets away from me.

  117. Mar
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    i use a variety of methods for storage. Fabric needle cases for straights, circs in my moms antique wooden sewing box and DPNs in a fabric case.

  118. Lorinda B.
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    I have my circular needles in a couple of recycled plastic zip bags that pillow cases come in and they are stored in a large cookie tin. My straight needles are in an old vase. This is my second old vase as I managed to knock the first one over and break it. My crochet hooks are in a wooden cigar box.This is a pretty sweet case. Thanks for the give away.

  119. Jacquie Smith
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    I store my needles in projects or in a gladware container.

  120. Pamela
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    i have everything in a plastic storage thing with drawers and the crochet hooks are in a sandwich Baggie, my addi interchangeable sate in their case, odds and ends (cable needles, stitch holders, etc) in another Baggie and all my dpn are in a case a friend sewed and it takes forever to find anything ;)

  121. Susan
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    my knitters pride are all together in a case and my dpns are in a box

  122. Patsy Coats
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    I’m storing my needles in a basket right now and would love this organizer.

  123. Amy Williams
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    I currently store my needles in either a plastic box or big bag. It’s a mess!

  124. asteride
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    I have dozens of circulars so I made a long strip in garter stitch with a strong yarn and a loop at the end. That long thing has the loop on a hanger and stays in my closet with all the needles inserted. A friend of mine gave me this idea and it works!
    asteride on Ravelry

  125. Lulu
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    I’m afraid I do not really now where my needles are. I spend my time trying to recollect them from drawers, wips and knitting bags.
    patmom on Ravelry

  126. Artisart
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    I store my crochet hooks & circular and double pointed needles in cosmetic cases. The straight needles are in a ceramic vase.
    Rav ID artisart

  127. Jill
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    I store my needles in a pencil case. What a mess!

  128. Lisa
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    Currently my needles (my sets are in their cases) in zip lock baggies.

  129. Karen Starnes
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    I have a variety of storage for different needles – a wonderful tapestry zippered pouch inherited from a special great aunt along with all of her knitting stuff, a fun basket and then whatever else I find to store the long ones. Do have the addi set in the pouch it comes in though. This one would be a great one for the most used so I could grab and go and know I have what I need. :)

  130. Lesley
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    My needles are in the plastic case that the set came in and while it’s functional it isn’t the prettiest of storage solutions so a case like this would be fantastic for the needles I use the most ☺

  131. craftyone
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    i have a container and handmade bag I use to store needles/hooks.

  132. Chris T
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    I store my needles in a case which they unfortunately fall out of…alot. This would be great!

  133. Teresa Miller
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    Since I’m a newbe to knitting & crocheting, I have been storing my needles in a coffee mug. I Resently lost my job due to an accident accident nd more than likely will not be returning to work. I dont have the money to buy “luxury items” right now. Granny left me her knitting, crochet needles, and other art supplies when she past away. She always had hers in that same coffee mug I am using. I would love c to add to her collection and have a special place to store those special needles of mine. That’s why I would love to win this case.

  134. Pam Inklebarger
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    I currently keep all my circulars in the cases they came in along with in numerous WIPs. I really need something better to store my needles in and this would be ideal!

  135. Carla S
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    I store mine in a plastic storage box with a lid and some of them in a case I had sewn.

  136. Lee Jolliffe
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    I store my needles in a beautiful earthenware container which is really for dried grasses and irks the rest of my family! The beautiful container would thus be a blessing as both a needle case and a peacemaker! PS Loving all the suggestions here!

  137. Fay
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    It’s so very pretty and organized!
    I’ve got mine sticking in old balls of yarn in a shopping bag. Looks very odd :o”

  138. Robin
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    I store my needles in a basket of which my cats love to chew…

  139. Christine H
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    I use a fishing tackle box to hold my knitting and crochet tools. It is very convenient for home use but not for traveling or going to a knitting retreat. This case could be just what I am looking for.

  140. Kendra
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    I have a multitude of storage solutions. I store my double pointed needles in travel toothbrush holders with the sizes marked on the outside. I have a couple of circular sets that are in the cases provided with the kits. The rest of the circular needles are stored in their original cases in a drawer. I would love to have this case to contain a multitude of different needles in one location. It would be great for travel!

  141. FisherGirl
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    It’s a mess! They are squirreled away in various containers. I would love this holder. Love all your ideas, they keep me focused on remembering to knit and do things that give me pleasure.

  142. Carol W
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    Mine are everywhere. I have them in projects and some in their original cases. Its not a pretty sight! I bought a needle case
    but it just don’t seem to work for me.

  143. Connie poling
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    Mine are in shoe boxes -hooks, circs, and dpns – and the single points are standing in a glass pitcher – hm would love this case to help organize

  144. Carol H
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    I have been storing needles that I have bought over a 50 year spand in a large box, in bags to help separate them. I still keep getting new ones. I would use a nice case to store my nicest needles and rid myself of the older ones.

  145. Lona
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    I currently store my straights in an over stuffed animal plastic needlepoint case I made my grandmother well over 25 yrs ago! When she died I inherited her case with needles and all! I have also stuffed what I can of mine in there, I carry it in a cloth bag that I once got when I bought rice at the store. I would live to have such organization!!!

  146. Roxanna
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    This is a great case! I’ve been looking for a better storage solution. Sadly, all of my needles are in a plastic shoe box. I would love to finally get rid of the plastic packaging for all of my circs. Thanks for the opportunity!

  147. Bonnie
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    I store needles needles in multiple places! would love “go to” for my favorites!

  148. Christine Law
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    I have re purposed a tackle box with plastic organizers.

  149. Carolyn
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    My needles try to live in a plastic needle storage case, but because they keep multiplying there simply isn’t room for all of them! This case would be a wonderful home for all the current orphans!

  150. Sharon degrote
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    My hooks and needles are pretty much all over. I keep trying to organize but haven’t been successful. This will help

  151. Shaun
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    in a small storage case, the overflow is in a ziplock bag.Would love this bag – especially for my interchangeable needles and cables..

  152. Susie
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    My needles are actually a mess. I have some stored in a corner of my living room knitting tote; some in a pencil case; some on the coffee table; some longer straight ones in a sewn case I received as a Christmas gift. I would love something a little more organized, for sure.

  153. Cathy
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    I have my needles stored in various vases and jars. The jars are plain and I have knitted or crocheted covers for them. The interchangeables are in a separate basket in their cases.

  154. Sharon Larson
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    My poor needles are in this tote and that sewing basket and 1 ugly yellow plastic holder from 1970’s. We are working really hard right now to find great places for everything we treasure so that downsizing at some point will be a pleasure instead of a nightmare!
    Love the holder – what a great idea! Everything always seems to be for techy stuff and forget about the tried and true!

  155. Beverly Kamps
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    I’m currently storing my needles in the little plastic sleeve they came in.

  156. Terry Glover
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    I keep my crochet needles in a pencil pouch! Constantly searching through it for just the right one! This case looks lovely!

  157. Maria M.
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    Currently I am using various sized zip lock bags to hold my needles. This would be a beautiful way to store them. Thank you for the chance to win.

  158. Kristen
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    I have a quilted needle case for straights, a binder with pockets for double points and the storage pouches that come with fixed circular sets. This case looks fantastic — all the needles you use most in one place!

  159. Cindy K
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    I am not very organized with my needles, I’m afraid. I have several cases that don’t hold everything so I often find myself going through multiple cases to find the one thing I want!

  160. Krisann Firth
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    Like many of the others, I have a number of storage units. I made a quilted needle holder, use a pencil case for accessories, older metal ones are in an old oatmeal box, many are on unfinished projects. This would certainly help keep the most commonly used ones together and would be easily carried around in my yarn tote.

  161. Lauren K
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    I have an old Boye container with some needles in it, an old metal box with some needles in, 2 Hiya Hiya cases with some needles in and a paper bag with miscellaneous needles. That is a beautiful case and I’ll bet I could get all the needles I use in it. Thank you for your generosity.

  162. Alice
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    I have made a few needle rolls but this one has EVERYTHING!!! What a great give-away…….

  163. Diane Hurd
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    Ahhh! the challenge of trying to organize and stay that way with multiple projects going on. Where are my 2 circular 7s????
    I have both of my Mother’s cases. One, handmade in the 1940s, is thread-bare. I have toyed with purchasing another and look for the perfectly designed case … I think DellaQ has nailed it! Thanks for all your insights. Enjoying your blog!

  164. Marta/ Knitsie
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    My needles and hooks fill various containers. Most circulars are in a case with individual plastic sleeves. Straights are in a quilted roll up case. Some DPs are in a plastic toothbrush holder, some are in a metal case that drill bits came in, and others are stored in a mug that advertised my local yarn shop. The case you show would easily hold many items in one place.

  165. Cheryl
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    My needles are all stored in different clear plastic zip bags. It would be awesome to have all of my favorites in one place. :)

  166. Bev
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    I am currently storing my circulars in a zippered cd holder. All my others are spread all over.

    • Diane Hurd
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      I store my needles in my Mother’s 1940s handmade soft fabric case.
      It overfloweth! This case by DellaQ looks like it could fit the bill for keeping me ORGANIZED!
      Sound design! Thank you! Diane

  167. Barbara Stenico
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    I have some needles in a plastic box and my husband cut a cardboard tube in half and made it long enough for my long needles. He put decorative shelf liner around the tube to make it look nice.

  168. karen
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    Right now I store my needles in a variety of zippered cases. Would be so nice to have them organized in this case.

  169. Mary Rose Karl
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    That is a neat organizer! I have needles in colorful Trader Joe’s coffee containers. Not too big, not too small. But not too portable, either. I have one rolled needle case but it is big, too. I’d love the Knitter’s Pride needle case!

  170. Claudette
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    I store all my needles in one of the large plastic that quilts come in. They definitely all fit in there but I still have to hunt for the size needle that I need for my project. Yikes!!!!

  171. Barb
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    Oh my I really don’t have any organized way of storing my needles. I guess they are just in many different bags and I just have to look for them when I start new projects. Would be very grateful if I was the lucky knitter to win this.
    Keeping my fingers crossed for good luck.

  172. AmyO
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    I use a multi-pocketed file folder with each pocket labeled for the needle size. I can fit in all my DP”S and circulars. It works a charm!

  173. Lee Ann
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    What a wonderful case. My circulars are stored in zip locks.

  174. DeeAnne
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    This case looks like just what I need to keep my needles and hooks organized!

  175. Arlene Rivard
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    This looks just like what I have been looking for. Love it!

  176. Claudette
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    I have a short vase storing my double-ended needles. The rest are either in a basket with various yarns or in ziplock baggies with projects. Organizing them has always been a goal.

  177. Gwynn Fuqua
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    They’re all in a canvas soft-sided file box, in various bags and sometimes in the original packaging.

  178. Melody Pelton
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    Great Giveaway! Love this Knitters Pride needle case. I store my interchangeables in the zippered pouch they came in and my DPNS and crochet hooks in a clear cylinder container. My circulars are stored in a small plastic container. Not organized at all, would love to win.
    Thank you for this great giveaway.

  179. Meme
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    I’m currently storing my needles in Ziploc bags! This would be a much better way to do it!

  180. Cheryl Kapocsi
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    I use an old computer bag – one side has my knitting needles, one side has crochet hooks and the center has pattern books. It works, but your case would be FABULOUS!

  181. Beverly
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    I store my needles in individual ziplock bags. Each bag is labeled with the needle size. DPN’s are stored separately from circulars. It works, but takes up a lot of space. That organizer would be great to keep in a project bag, with everything needed easily accessible.

  182. Peggy L
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    I am keeping my needles in many different cases/ boxes. I have plastic cases, leather ones, and boxes. It is quite a eccletic variety. That is OK, all of them are designated by brand most of the time. I like the idea of having one spot to put my most used needles/crochet hooks and misc for projects. This would fit the bill!

  183. Paula
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    I keep my needles in a small dresser drawer, unlabeled. My only saving grace is I keep a needle size gauge on top of them all! Your case looks great for travel (and general organization!)

  184. T Turner
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    My needles are currently crammed in a fishing tackle binder from the sporting goods store. It’s not very attractive or handy and not something I carry with me when I’m knitting in public.

  185. Dawn S
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    I store my needles in many different ways! I have colored vases, bags & boxes!

  186. cat
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    Currently I have a few here and more there and nothing organized so I’m always hunting for the correct needles when I want to knit. A little organization would be wonderful.

  187. Juanita
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    Currently I am storing my needles in several pouches so when I go to start a projects its time consuming to find the correct size needle I need. so having needles, DPN’s and circular needles in one pouch wold be wonderful.

  188. Louise Taylor
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    Hi, I live in some chaos anyway, but until last Christmas my needles were swooshing about in a canvas bag and sometimes getting lost. At Christmas I received a sort of plastic tube where they now all live. The only problem is that you have to tip everything out in order to find what you are looking for. The beautiful knitting pouch would take my knitting accoutrements near chaos to a new and very pleasing level and I would love to own one.

  189. Addie Calvitt
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    Mari, I just love reading your blog, seeing your photos and projects, and love the intros to really need finds, such as this needle case! I currently keep my needles in different pouches and am forever grabbing the wrong bag when looking for a specific needle. I would love to have one of these great organizers to gather my needles in one convenient container!

  190. Anne Wray Penders
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    Love this case, so organized. I recycled a case that was made for something else. It makes me feel good to reuse but it’s hard to find what I need everything is jumbled together lol

  191. Suzanne Paisley
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    Lots like a perfect way to get organized

  192. Shaena
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    Currently all my needles are stuffed in a bag with absolutely no organization! I could really use this! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

  193. Diane Powers
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    I have no real storage place for my needles. Can use all the help available!

  194. Felicia R
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    I would to have this case. I currently have my needles in a little tote and small bags. No real case or anything. This would save my life and my needles.

  195. Ellen
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    I have knitting needles, cables and crochet hooks in at least five or six places around the house. Some are in containers next to my desk; others are with potential projects along with the necessary yarn and pattern (from Warm ‘n Fuzzy); and others are in a drawer next to the sofa where I knit in the evenings. It would be wonderful to have them organized in just one place so I didn’t have to go “hunting” to find the correct size!

  196. Becky
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    Ugh never admitted out loud…. In a zip lock bag!!!! There it’s out…..sigh…

  197. Steffi
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    Wow- it would be pure luxury for me! I store all my needles and cables in different boxes- and sometimes struggle to find what I need…
    Thank you for this giveaway ♡

  198. Julie Utley
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    The storage for tools along with the needles in a rolled up case is the best idea! Really like it!!

  199. Lee Ann
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    This is such a wonderful case. After struggling for storage solutions, I’ve got double points in toothbrush holders and circulars in their bags inside ziplocks. This would be such a big improvement.

  200. Kathy
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    I store most of my needles in a mason jar. Some of the smaller ones I put in a flower frog on top of the mason jar and put them through the holes. It doesn’t hold as many, but they look cute.

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