GIVEAWAY || OTTERBURN PQ

Feb 27, 2015
I'm super excited about today's giveaway - one lucky reader will win this Otterburn PQ small knitting bag! I've got three of these bag (two small ones like the photo, and one large bag) and I use them for my current hats in progress.

The small one is the perfect size for one skein of yarn, which is all I need for my hat projects. I toss my current hat in progress into the bag yarn-first, and then I can knit along on my hat while we play trains, head out to grandma's house (when I'm not driving), and just about anywhere else! The bags keep my yarn on-hand while also keeping it out of the way, so I don't have to worry about the yarn being dragged around the house for spider web making (true story).

Thanks to Jesabelle, one lucky reader can win a small striped Otterburn PQ bag of their very own! Simply comment to this post, sharing what project might find its way into your bag first, and I'll pick a winner next Friday!

55 comments:

  1. I'm planning to start knitting socks, and that would be perfect to hold the yarn in.

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  2. Ohmigosh that would be perfect for Hats for Sailors! I could knit while walking my 3 miles daily!

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  3. Wow. Cool, the next small project that would fit... Hmm, not small, I'm working on a lacy shawl that need a more permanent place to stay. Right now it is moving from bag to bag or purse to purse.

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  4. This would be perfect for the baby hats I'm knitting up for charities!

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  5. This would be perfect for the baby hats I'm knitting up for charities!

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  6. Cute! This would be perfect to knit hats in while waiting for classes to start instead of smooshing my yarn and needles into my backpack!

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  7. Love love the bag perfect for fingerless glove knitting which I my latest obsession!
    Jane

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  8. 2nd attempt at comment - chose your 'comment as' before typing.
    I only recently saw these bags for the 1st time - what a wonderful (beautiful, simple, practical, whimsical) idea. When I have one, someday, I will tuck a skein of balled sock yarn in there with my socks in progress on dp ready to roll - while I wait in line and the grocery store, sit and listen to discussion in class, walk around campus, layover at the airport; in other words knit all over the world.

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  9. YES!!! I would use this for my Jane Richmond socks!

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  10. I am knitting seafarer hats this year, so the bag would be perfect.

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  11. Oooo! This would be perfect for the hats and headbands I've been working on.

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  12. I have been drooling over these bags since you first posted about them. I am always on the move so these bags will come in very handy. My first project to go in would be a hat for a friend, and then a pair of booties for a new baby. And from there...who knows!

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  13. I, too, am a hat addict, so it would definitely be a hat!

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  14. A knitted hat, that bag is awesome :) Thanks for the opportunity ) Martha

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  15. ....I want to knit a slouchy hat...(love the bag)

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  16. This bag is awesome! I am a new knitter (Been crocheting for a few years), and have been thinking about doing charity hats and blankets. So I'd say my first project for this bag would be a baby hat to donate!

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  17. What a cute bag! I knit hats for preemies, cancer patients, the homeless men, women and children at the Mission, and for pre-school kids of single moms who are trying to get an education. This bag would be perfect to corral the current WIP!

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  18. The bag reminds me of the pictures you see of shepherdesses knitting as they walk behind the sheep. This would make a great bag to carry at all times to knit while you wait. Walk and knit, too. I would tuck in a sock or a hat.

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  19. This bag would be a great way of preventing my project from becoming another dog toy...looking forward to my 2nd attempt at the slouchy hat, 1st hat wasn't so slouchy ;).

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  20. I am making small crocheted Easter bunnies, this would be the perfect bag for this project.

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  21. It would be perfect for knitting a baby hat for my nephew and his wife who are newly pregnant!
    Mamagiff on ravelry

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  22. What a perfect little bag to hold the lacy spring socks I plan to knit after I finish putting together a knit beagle from a kit a friend gave me as a birthday present. Thanks for holding the give away.

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  23. What a great idea! I could go for walks around the lake, knitting as I go! I'm knitting up a storm of hats for charity (you've massively inspired me Robyn) :) I've sent my first batch of 10 hats to Syria and plan on doing a lot more of the same :) Katie. X

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  24. Just read about the hats going to Syria .........I have been making hats since the first of the year and now I know what to do with them.....they are all sizes and mostly made of wool....everyone should have the right to be warm ......we can make the world a warmer place....one stitch at a time....

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  25. so sweet! making hats for wool-aid. this would be perfect! thank you for your generous and kind offer.

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  26. Anything I am making that will fit: hats, gloves, leg warmers, booties...whatever. ravelry id: yollma

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  27. what a great bag invention! it looks perfect for just about anything. i would use it to work on my hats for "Yarrn." I wish I was more disciplined like, Aunt Marti up there. I don't think I could walk and knit at the same time. You're my hero!

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  28. I love this!! I think I might finish a shawl I am working on.

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  29. How fun! I'd for sure carry my baby hat project ; )

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  30. I am about to start making sock-weight fingerless gloves from my own pattern and this would be perfect for taking to swimming lessons, waiting in the car after school, etc.

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  31. I am about to start making sock-weight fingerless gloves from my own pattern and this would be perfect for taking to swimming lessons, waiting in the car after school, etc.

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  32. I have a Shawlette on the needles that would fit perfectly

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  33. My first thought was socks. But knowing me, it'll most likely be a hat. :)

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  34. Oh I Looooove this bag and I would likely make a baby hat for my "hats to Brazil" project which is underway right now and was inspired by your blog and generosity. Thanks for doing this giveaway :)

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  35. I just started knitting and my next project will be a teething doll for my granddaughter. Then a baby hat for her.

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  36. I'm excited just looking at how other people would use it! Right now, I am into the fingerless mitts. But I have been watching your emails and am psyching myself up to make hats. I have only made one, but all of the information you share along with your patterns give me the courage to try more. Thank you!
    ~Amy

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  37. Hi - I would use it for my new obsession - knitting my own socks!

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  38. I would use it for my carry along project which is usually socks hat or a cowl.

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  39. I am making 52 hats for charity this year! I would love this bag so I can carry my projects around much easier. Thank you so much!

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  40. Hands down the cutest bag!
    What a perfect little home for my sock yarn project. :)

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  41. Hats !
    Cute bag

    Anna

    anna_k67@yahoo.com

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  42. I've been looking for a hat to start once I finish the sweater I'm currently working on. I would definitely use this bag for that.

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  43. Perfect for hat making! I would love one

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  44. I am making baby hats for the local hospitals and this bag would be a great way to keep it close at hand. running4joy@me.com

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  45. I try to carry socks with me, this looks perfect for carrying around town with the kids! Kathy H

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  46. Love the bag. I would get lots of use with socks, mittens and hats. Carla

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  47. What an adorable bag! I'm usually knitting cowls so that would probably be my first project in the bag!

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  48. A hat for my daughter will be the first project for this bag. She just picked the yarn and I'll be starting on it as soon as I finish my current hat project.

    greyowl60@yahoo.com

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  49. Either the Audrey hat that I've started, or the second leg warmer for my daughter (getting the second sock syndrome with the leg warmer). Thanks for the chance!

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  50. I always have 1 hat on the go for one of the local shelters where I live. I spend a lot of time out and about while my daughter takes dance classes or a once a week circus class. At the moment I am knitting a simple slouchy hat. That project would fit well in one of those project bags:)

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  51. I would love to win that bag for my baby hats. My cat keeps wanting to play with the yard. So this would be great.

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  52. definitely a hat....or perhaps a scarf....and number of projects could be found in that bag.

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  53. Definitely a hat or a cowl.....Or a sock! I almost always have one on the needles, and this would be the perfect size! <3

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  54. I would definitely put a spring cowl in it, so excited it's that time of year!

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