Woodsy and Wild Cedar Clutch- Autumn Collection Zippered Interchangeable Knitting Needle Organizer
The newest addition to our Signature line of bag, the Cedar Clutch is a compact, solution for storing up to two full sets of interchangeable knitting needles. With 23 spaces to fit a range of needle sizes from a US 0 to a US 15, and several larger spaces to hold cables, snips, and other essentials, the inner compartment will keep you organized and your needles secure.Two exterior zipper pockets are perfect for holding notions, daily essentials, or your phone for quick access without having to open the interior. The whole clutch opens flat and closes with a quick pull of a zipper- no fiddling with rolling, ties, or flaps. Sized to fit within our Birch Bag and Maple Tote, so that you can stash your full set of needles with your current project.
*We are offering our Autumn Collection by preorder this year. Items will ship in 3-4 weeks. *
-Compact convenience! The Cedar Clutch measures 8 inches wide by 6 inches tall, and approximately 1 1/4 inches deep.
-Two exterior zippered pockets: one small pocket to keep extra cables and connectors close at hand, one larger pocket to hold your phone and larger notions.
-A secure zippered wrap around closure. Zips open and lays flat like a book, and closes up in seconds.
-Lined with natural colored linen/cotton to make finding the tips you need easy, interior organizer pockets are made with coordinating colored linen/cotton fabric. Fleece interfacing give the clutch body and protects your needle tips.
Fully lined with no exposed seams. Made with high quality, sturdy linen/cotton lightweight canvas. Zippers and all findings are solid metal with an antiqued brass finish. Spot clean, iron as needed to smooth and restore shape (avoid ironing waxed canvas). Do not wash.
Listing is for one organizer only in the color selected (as shown in the first picture). Other items pictured for scale and suggested use only. Bags made in a smoke-free, animal-friendly home. All attempts have been made to photograph colors as accurately as possible, but colors may vary from monitor to monitor.