I’m sure many of you are familiar with Jordana Paige‘s knitwear designs and bags, possibly even seeing them at your LYS or online. But have you seen their new Tool Butler?!
I chose Bronze (it comes in 4 colours), and I love it.
See, I’m not the most organized with my knitting tools. I have a vase for my straights, a pouch for my circulars; and my crochet hooks, dpns, and stitch markers run amok in the coffee table drawer:
(that coffee table drawer is my secret shame. Now the secret is out!)
So… I was in need of some organizing. Enter the handy Tool Butler. First off, I can tell you that the ways to use the Tool Butler are probably limitless- I bet you could round up one hundred Tool Butler owners and every single one would be organized differently. Even when organizing my own, I found myself wondering if perhaps the dpns should go in the zippered pouches, or the best way to use the cards for labeling, etc. There is no right or wrong way to organize the Tool Butler, which I really appreciate.
The mesh pouches are really handy- you can see through them, so you don’t need to unzip every single one when you are looking for something.
I also love how it is exactly the right size to hold a pattern printed on normal A4 paper, folded in half. If you had a lot of projects on the go, you could have notes, patterns, needles and notions for each project in it’s own distinct pouch. But here, I have my circular needles corralled in the pouches, according to size.
I’m really impressed with it’s overall good looks, too- it resembles a stylish clutch evening bag more than a tool caddy of any kind, and it is that exact stylish-ness that makes me feel so much more professional about my knitting. Of course, when your previous system is a coffee table drawer, this is really a huge step up.
Now, let’s have a giveaway for one of these amazing Tool Butlers! To enter, leave me a comment letting me know 3 things:
– your contact info
– which colour you like best (check out the product page for the full details)
– what you most want to use the Tool Butler for (e.g. organizing crochet hooks? WIP tools and info?)
Deadline to enter is 12:00 p.m. (EST) on Thursday, May 17th. I’ll announce the winner then!