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Bag, Baggie, Baggiest ~ 2007-09-11
I woke up yesterday with every intention of writing every day for a long time. The length of time “long” encompases is debatable and undefined. However, I was feeling the urge to write, ruminate, come up with back jokes and worse word combinations. Upon logging in, I discovered that my photos plugin isn’t working. Flickr and WordPress aren’t playing nice. To fix I likely have to get onto my server and play with the files a bit. However, my laptop is dead. Dead. Dead. Dead. 18 months old and Dead. My ftp information lives on my laptop. Which is dead.
So. No pictures. This was enough to silence me for one day. But not two.
Are you looking for bags for your knitting projects? Cheap fun little affairs to keep you organized or at least give you the appearance of?
I have every intention of buying these someday and you should too. Cheap-o and fun. There are others listed on this site…some cuter some cheaper. For good measure you should through a couple dozen boxes of Biker Rubber Duckies in to your order. Nothing can bring more joy to your face!
7 Comments »
I love the bag links. Great for sock projects.
Comment - September 11, 2007 : 6:41 pm
Oh you are evil. How did you know I started collecting interesting rubber duckies for my bathroom? OMG – they have 179 different entries for “rubber duckies”! I’m going to have a lie down.
Comment - September 11, 2007 : 8:12 pm
Oh dear. I hate computer death. Hate it.
Comment - September 11, 2007 : 10:16 pm
so sorry about your loss. it’s never easy, esp if you weren’t of the ‘back up your stuff’ mindset. hope you get your stuff back soon!
Comment - September 11, 2007 : 11:12 pm
You’re just an enabler, aren’t you? A dozen bags for $9.95 — practically irresistible!
Comment - September 11, 2007 : 11:18 pm
Oriental Trading scares me. How can anything be 9.95 per DOZEN?
Comment - September 12, 2007 : 12:35 am
I already have pirate rubber duckies and princess rubber duckies – it’s a birthday party dream!
I have to admit that I do have a few of the knowknits bags for socks, but other than that, I use regular ziplocs or the big clear plastic drawstring sacks my LYS uses. I like being able to see what project is in which bag.
Comment - September 16, 2007 : 5:38 pm