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The Bungalow360 Satchel is a great size bag to carry what you need, whether you use it as an everyday purse or as a knitting bag. This 100% natural cotton canvas bag measures 14" long x 7" with a 7.5" strap drop.

The bag features a top zippered closure with a peace sign pull. There are 3 Velcro exterior pockets for holding your cell phone or keys. The interior of the bag has a coordinating polka dot fabric lining with 1 zippered pocket and 2 slip-in pockets.

The Loopy Ewe Totes at  The Loopy Ewe

The Loopy Ewe


$8.95 - $75.00

These totes are all made exclusively for The Loopy Ewe. Store your projects, notions or yarn stash in these fun bags and enjoy Loopy in socks on the front of your bag!

Atenti, Bonnie at  The Loopy Ewe



$184.00 - $195.00

Atenti's Bonnie bag is a smaller version of the Overnighter, and features the same double straps, metal feet and water resistant lining. It measures 14.5" x 12.5" x 4.5" and has a...

Atenti, Overnight at  The Loopy Ewe



$188.00 - $199.00

Perfect for a weekend away, an airline carry-on, a diaper bag, or a whole bunch of knitting! This roomy Overnighter is 20x13x6 with double straps, a 25 inch zippered opening and a full water...

Montgomery Street Designs, Totes at  The Loopy Ewe

Montgomery Street Designs



The team at Montgomery Street Designs comes up with the cutest bag designs. We hope you love these bags as much as we do! Square: This square canvas tote bag printed with a decorative graphic with a...

Daisy Girl, Small Project Bag at  The Loopy Ewe

Daisy Girl

Small Project Bag


Carry your projects with you in these stylish bags! Each bag measures 11.5" wide x 7.75" tall with clear material so you can easily see which project you have in each bag.

Cavallini Tote Bag at  The Loopy Ewe

Cavallini Papers & Co.

Cavallini Tote Bag


Cavallini's tote bags are made from 100% natural cotton canvas and measure 13" x 17". Each bag features an interior pocket and a printed image from Cavallini's archives on one side of the bag...