At Michigan Fibre Studio, we are always looking for new and exciting products for you!
We are pleased to have in the Studio:
Mid Mitten Designs from Lansing, MI
Project bags for knitters, crocheters, embroiderers and other fiber enthusiasts carefully handmade by a fiber enthusiast.
Soft Sided Bags – all are lightly padded with batting and totally lined in white muslin so you can see what’s inside.
• Large – about 14″ wide, 12″ tall and 4″ wide at the bottom — perfect size for sweater knitting, and great for carrying personal notebook computers. There’s a small notions pocket inside, too $35
• Medium – about 11″ wide, 9″ tall and about 3.5″ wide at the bottom. Perfect for socks, small shawls and organizing a large stash of tools and notions. Perfect size for a Kindle. $18
• Two at a Time – about 11″ wide, 8.5″ tall and 5.5″ wide at the bottom with a zippered notions pocket serving as the divider. This bag will hold two 100 gram balls of yarn and a small project. Great for two at a time socks and keeping multiple colors of yarns from tangling in a larger bag when working color work or multi-yarn projects keeping yarns from tangling in a larger knitting bag. $35
Whatcha’ Makin’ Bags – these are the vinyl front bags. The large and medium sized versions feature a detachable wrist strap. All seams are either bound with bias tape or finished with overcast /serged.
• Large – approximately about 14″ wide, 12″ tall and 4″ wide at the bottom — And you can see what’s inside through the vinyl “window”. $35
• Medium – approximately11″ wide, 9″ tall and about 3.5″ wide at the bottom, with a window view of your project. $29
• Notions – approximately 8″ wide, 6.5″ tall and 4″ wide at the bottom. Wide enough to hold a LOT of notions or, the perfect size for toting around a sock on the go. I use mine to store electronic stuff like chargers and additional battery power. $15
Trunk Show dates:
Fri Dec 15 from 5p – 9p (we are open until midnight!)
Owner, Creator, Designer
MidMitten Designs was created because I couldn’t find the kind of project bag I liked. I started experimenting and came up with some really cool designs (thanks to some great knitter and cross stitching friends).