Empty pill bottles! What a great idea...thanks :idea:
anastasia said:Reading about the plarn, I saw a question for pill bottles. I use them to hold yarn needles especially the metal ones, row markers, snag fixers, and just about any small item I don't want just roaming around the bottom of my tool kit bag. Any other suggestions relating to knitting kits? I like mine as if I pick up another project bag, I just transfer the kit from bag to bag. :idea: :!: :thumbup:
I think that's a great idea.courier770 said:One thing I keep in my "tool kit" is a floss threader (meant for threading dental floss under a dental bridge)...best needle threader on the planet. No more having plies of yarn separate when trying to thread a tapestry needle for seaming.
Great idea. I think I need the glasses as well as the case. LOL! I have been using old cosmetic bags. I make sure I have some point protectors, markers, small scissors -[put a point protector on the tips!] -yarn needles, a crochet hook -[small size for fixing mistakes, and working in yarn ends] and a small ruler or measuring tape.Meditation601 said:Great idea for pill bottles. Heaven knows, I have enough pill bottles!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The item that I have used and love is the case that comes with the $1 reader glasses from the Dollar Store!
I recently had cataract surgery, and the ophthalmologist didn't see a need for prescription reading glasses since my vision is so good (Thank God!) so she suggested some $1 variety of various strengths "just in case".
My daughter-in-law picked up 3 pr. of $1 glasses of various strengths and they come with funky, cute frames. The cases that come with each pair are the same funky, cute pattern. Heck, for $1, you could throw away the glasses, and have the cute container. It is a long tube and great for holding crochet hooks and cable needles, etc.