I’ve been carrying around this tote I bought a couple of summer’s ago from Harris Teeter. It’s the straw kind, with a fabric lining…great for toting my knitting & crochet projects wherever I go. It’s a perfect size and gives ample room for my sketchbook and pens too! I thought the cross-hatch approach would be super for the strawy texture.
Of course, I have FAR too many bags to tote yarns and such around in…and that’s not including the pocketbooks! Oi! Remember this post? And then there’s the crocheted bag I love to make and use for my summer pocketbooks.
How ’bout you? Do you have a favorite tote for your drawing supplies? yarns? everyday essentials? Do tell!
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Awesome sketch =)
Great sketch! I think the hatching worked great. I have one rater large purse my daughter bought for me after I’d tried to downsize and it didn’t work. So she up-sized me. I can carry my kindle, a small watercolor palette, pen, pencil and a journal and my purse barely notices. My arm does after a while but my purse handles it all pretty well!