Wednesday, March 7, 2012

HOH in Crochet: The Supplies (Giveaway for Crafter's Tool Butler-CLOSED)


One of the things that makes knitting and crocheting so appealing is their portability. You really don't need much to keep a project with you as you're about town. Hooks or needles, a ball of yarn, the work in progress and a bag to carry it in if you are worried about it mixing around in your purse.


I am going to share the supplies I keep on hand for crocheting at home and on-the-go, including a review of the new and very versatile Jordana Paige Crafter's Tool Butler. There's a GIVEAWAY for a Crafter's Tool Butler too! If you can't settle on just one form of handiwork this may be just your thing (and who wouldn't love a "butler"?!).

Click below to read the details and enter the giveaway.

How-to tutorials, patterns, giveaways, reviews and interviews to make certain you are smitten.




For years now I have carried around this fuchsia faux patent bag to doctor's appointments, on plane trips, and shoved into my checked baggage on holiday visits. My sister, Sarah, gave it to me a few years ago for Christmas and it never fails to earn a double-take. It's funny because I have a few other better looking and higher quality bags but this one always gets the compliments. I guess it's hard to miss.

I've loved carrying it around because it's the perfect size for a medium sized knit or crochet project and a few skeins of yarn. I've been known to carrying around a few baby hats in progress or one or two scarves. It also has two zippered pockets for stashing some of the other essential supplies too. I have purchased a bag designed specifically for knitting and crocheting supplies but keep coming back to this one for its simple open compartment. If you are looking for a bag I would recommend starting out simple. My good friend Sue still prefers a reusable shopping bag with a drawstring at the top for similar reasons.


Whatever your pick for a bag, you'll need to consider a way to carry around a few other little tools, namely:
  • the hook, or hooks, required for your project (I'll talk more about hooks in a subsequent post)
  • a small pair of scissors for clipping yarn when you finish (I have a blunt pair and a little capped pair of Fiskars, which I love)
  • a tapestry needle for weaving in the ends (these are blunt with large eyes for threading yarn)
  • safety pins or stitch markers for marking your place for pattern changes, counting, or for help in seaming your project correctly
  • sewing needle and thread for sewing on buttons 
Crochet patterns will usually specify all the tools and materials you'll need but these are pretty standard.


I used a little pin box (came with the purchase of some straight pins) to hold a couple tapestry needles, safety pins, and a sewing needle and thread. I have a few straight pins in there too. You never know...


When not in active use I've been storing my other crochet hooks and knitting needles in a small cabinet, which used to be my grandmother's. It's been fun to use it as she did but it's also the perfect height for toddlers to play in and it's been difficult to keep track of my inventory. Seems I'm often more likely to find the hook I need under a girl's bed than where it should be. So I was excited when the Jordana Paige company contacted me about her new Crafter's Tool Butler. The name is just perfect! Who couldn't use some help keeping her crafting supplies organized?


This case is designed to store supplies for all your handicrafts: crochet, knitting, embroidery, cross stitch, probably many other things you could imagine too. I love the fact that it caters to those of us who can't pick just one thing to do with our hands! It measures 10.5" x W 2" x H 6.5", is made of "vegan leather" (are you up on this latest term for PVC?), and has multiple compartments for all your stuff.


I loaded mine up with all the crochet hooks that had been tossed in a drawer and quickly saw that I have four "J" hooks and am missing a few others. There's even a little inventory card for keeping track of this sort of thing. How would it be to know at a glance what you have and what you don't? I put my small scissors and tapestry needle in small zippered pouch by the needle pockets. I like the fact that it's mesh so I can easily see what I've got.


Then into the large zippered pouches (also mesh for easy seeing!) I stashed all sorts of things, which hadn't had a logical place before, such as: stitch holders for knitting...


...my stitch counter (love this little red thing!) and tool for measuring needle/hook gauge when I can't identify the size...


...some circular knitting needles...


..and stitch markers (for the times when I opt not to use safety pins!).

There's room for storing even more, such as a small pamphlet of patterns such as those they display on the yarn aisles. I think this would be really ideal for embroidery since you could store different color threads, and even projects, in the zippered pouches. Makes me want to take it up right away! It isn't big enough to store my long knitting needles but it can handle the double-pointed ones and just about everything else. The Crafter's Tool Butler is small enough to fit in a decent sized crafting bag  but I'm not sure I'd pack it along with my current project for every day. It's a great way to keep track of things at home though and I can imagine taking it with me on a longer multi-project trip--wouldn't that be nice?

Want one? The nice people at Jordana Paige are giving one away! It's been so nice to become more familiar with the company. (Did you know Jordana Paige started her company when she was just 18 years old? How great is that?)



To enter to win (multiple entries possible):
For extra good luck, this giveaway is open for entries until midnight, March 17th! Then I'll pick a random winner and announce it on the blog.

WE HAVE A WINNER!

249 comments:

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thegoose said...

very cute. I would use it to keep my knitting and crochet tools organized.

thegoose said...

I am a follower of Aesthetic Nest.

melanie said...

Liked the Facebook page

melanie said...

I am a follower!

thegoose said...

I like Aesthetic Nest on FB (momagoo).

melanie said...

I would love to get the kit, and would use it to help me get more organized! It would be great for traveling!

thegoose said...

What I learned and particularly liked about the company is that she raised so much money for Medecins Sans Frontieres.

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Rafidah Ahmad said...

would really love to own the kit!would make me more organized and super trend. been following ur blog regularly :)

melanie said...

I have loved Jordana Paige for years, since her patterns first appeared in Knitty. I am presently knitting Cerie.
It was great to be reminded of her great involvement in various charitable organizations.

svberge said...

I would love to use the Crafter's Tool Butler for all my crochet supplies - right now they are stored in a pencil box.
svberges@gmail.com

svberge said...

I follow Aesthetic Nest.
svberges@gmail.com

svberge said...

I like Aesthetic Nest on Facebook.
svberges@gmail.com

svberge said...

I like how she sold the imperfect bags and gave that to the Haitian Earthquake victims. Wonderful!
svberges@gmail.com

Santa said...

I liked you on FB, plus i follow Aesthetic Nest.

Santa said...

What i learned is that she started her line of bags at such a young age. And she had other items as well, plus more bags coming in the future.

Skwishee said...

It would be really great for keeping track of what I've already got so I don't run out and buy tools that I've already got three of and just can't find.

Skwishee said...

I am also an Aesthetic Nest follower :)

Skwishee said...

I love that she's using her success to help others, as she did with Doctors without borders.

Kimberly F said...

I would definitely use it for my crochet projects, including making sure I always have the pattern with me. I'm always forgetting it when I pack up my projects to go.

Kimberly F said...

I follow Aesthetic Nest.

Gizala said...

I really like the idea of having all the tools in one place - neat, organized and ready to use or grab on the go.

Kimberly said...

I love that this is not just an organizer for needles but for every knitting/crochet accessory that usually ends up at the bottom of my bag. I love that she makes a difference in the world through charitable contributions.Thanks for the chance to win:)

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

Since I'm new to crocheting, I don't have much yet in the way of supplies. The Tool Butler would be perfect for all the tools I'm going to be buying.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

I'm already a follower and I really enjoy your tutorials! Thank you.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

I'm a new follower on your FB page!

Tammy said...

Awesome! I would love this. My crochet hooks and knitting needles need a home like this. ;-)

Tammy said...

I follow you in my google feed reader.

Kim@Snug Harbor said...

The thing I like about Jordana Paige's story is that she saw a need, came up with an idea and implemented it. And at such a young age too. Good for her!

Bari Jo said...

This is a great product! I would use it for my crochet hooks and the few circular knitting needles I recently got, as I am learning how to knit also. Thank you for the generous giveaway opportunity!!! :o)

Sally said...

I would use the butler for my collection of crochet hooks, I must have a hook in every purse I own.

Sally said...

I'm a follower!

Sally said...

Liked on FB!

Sally said...

I love Jordana's story

Simply Trish said...

I'm so happy you have a Facebook page! I liked it.
The Butler Tool would be so useful! Right now, I'm using a travel mesh, zip bag for my crochet supplies. The Butler Tool would definitely help in keeping my crochet tools organized and in one place.

lindag1947 said...

it looks like a very useful bag. isee they have them at a local shop. linda gerig

Barbara said...

That pouch is so clever!

Barbara said...

I follow Aesthetic Nest - and I'm learning to crochet!

Pacas said...

the Crafter's Tool Butler is just amazing! I would use it for my crochet and knit projects.

Pacas said...

I'm already a follower os Aesthetic Nest

Pacas said...

I also like Aesthetic Nest on FB

Pacas said...

I Just found Jordana Paige trough you and I love her successful story, specially cause she's so young. Her bags are amazing!

Valerie said...

Love your blog. I could use this to organize my stuff! I currently use a long plastic storage box, but my hooks make too much noise rattling around.

Marchelle said...

If this is a double comment, I apologize, I'm not sure the first was successful...

I would put all my crafting tools (knitting crocheting and sewing)in one place, and out of the bottom of my craft basket (eep!)

I liked you on facebook and I've been following you on google reader for a long while!

Jordana's company is so successful from such a unique product. Not to mention her bags are beautiful!

Thanks for the giveaway!

Erin said...

This is such a great item. I have the same problem as you with little hands grabbing my hooks and wanting to use them to play with. I keep all my crochet in a large bag but it is almost getting too big to carry around.
Thanks,
Erin
emstone28@gmail.com

Lis said...

I would give this to my daughter so that she could keep all her crocheting supplies in one place. She would love it!
lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

Lis said...

I am a follower of Aesthetic Nest.
lisamcgriff(at)hotmail(dot)com

Lis said...

I'm also a facebook follower!

Sherry said...

I follow Aesthetic Nest!

Sherry said...

I would love the kit. It would be great for on-the-go crocheting!

Sherry said...

I liked the facebook page!

Biz said...

Now that I have a baby keeping all my crochet and knitting supplies in a basket doesn't seem like a good idea. I could totally use the butler to keep them safe and sound and a little less accessible from my Bitsy!

Biz

Biz said...

I am a Aesthetic Nest follower!

Biz said...

I Like Aesthetic Next on Facebook.

Biz said...

I think the simple fact that she made something because she couldn't find what she was looking for is awesome! And then to sell and share it with everyone else who probably was secretly looking for the same thing but settling for something else...wonderful!

laura said...

I think I would use it much the same way you have described, but would probably take it with me on trips too. Looks line a very handy toolbag to have! Melamom@juno.com

Kenna said...

I've been an avid follower for about a year, just liked you on Facebook! =)

MollyE said...

I love to follow your blog!!

MollyE said...

I liked your facbook page!

Anonymous said...

liked you an FB!

Marcy Borger said...

I need this item- I'm forever loosing hooks because I don't have something like this!!! So chic and helpful!

Marcy Borger said...

Liked you on FB!

andrea said...

I already follow your blog!

andrea said...

And now I follow you on facebook - thank you!

Little Ella Lu said...

I would give it to my mum so she can be more organized to make more cute stuff for my girls. I would keep it for me but I tried to learn to knit/crochet and it was futile. mrs.jeffery@hotmail.com

Lori Taube said...

That is one of the neatest things I've seen in a long time! I do a lot of diy crafts for around our home, plus I crochet and I'm learning to sew and knit! This would be so handy!!

Thanks so much for the opportunity to win one!

clctaube @ yahoo.com

Lori Taube said...

I subscribe to your newsletter!

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Little Ella Lu said...

I follow your blog! mrs.jeffery@hotmail.com

christinebolin said...

I "like"d you on facebook.

Jowyn Jenson said...

I love the red one. I'd use it for my crochet hooks, dpns and circular needles.

gator said...

This is such a great story and a great bag. I will never lose my supplies on our Civil War Reenactments! Perfect! I would so love to win this.

Jowyn Jenson said...

I already follow AN

christinebolin said...

I would use one to keep all my needles and a small project in. Right now I use a small grocery bag to carry stuff around.

Jowyn Jenson said...

I like AN on facebook

Jowyn Jenson said...

I like the fact she started the company when she was 18 years old. That must have took some guts for one so young.

Stephanie said...

I ride the rail to and from work every day, and I am always working on something. This would be great!

Stephanie said...

I follow aestheticnest too :)

annemarie said...

This is wonderful - I would use the butler to help me keep my tools organized rather than scattered all over the place.

annemarie said...

I am an email subscriber/follower.

annemarie said...

I like you on FB.

Debbie said...

I get your emails...just finished my 1st chenille blanket using your instructions! Daughter-in-law loves it for granddaughter to be born end of April!

Debbie said...

I 'like' you on FB

annemarie said...

I am amazed at how young she was when she started out!

Debbie said...

I haven't learned how to crochet so...maybe I will learn or...the tool butler would also work great for a small art book, pencils, chalks, etc. to sketch as I travel!

Debbie said...

I love the fact that she saw a need and filled it at 18 and it has turned into her passion...I winder who taught he to knit?

DeeAnne said...

At last someone has designed the proper case for needleworkers! I would love to win this case for my hooks and needles as well as the various small necessary tools. I follow your blog daily and love it!

sandyb said...

The crafters tool butler is great. I have a bag that I got as a free gift that has pockets that I carry and it is a mess. This would be so wonderful. Great giveaway! I could be organized (my husband says never) but we won't listen to him:)

This is a great giveaway! Thank you!

sandyb said...

I am a follower of Aesthetic Nest. Love your blog!

sandyb said...

I follow you on facebook:)

sandyb720 at gmail dot com

sandyb said...

Two things - first it is great that Jordana solved her own problem to organize her storage problems and created a business from it to help others to solve their organization problems but first and foremost - she is helping others from her business - I think that is awesome!!!

Katie Selvidge said...

I would love this! I just finished my first round of knitting class and I am in love. Crochet is the next thing I want to learn, so this would be awesome.

kathy said...

Oh my, do I ever love this!
I am an avid knitter but would like to start crocheting as well. I just found your blog and have liked, followed and loved your blog! Thank you so much for the crochet tutorial as I now feel like I can tackle it!

Unknown said...

I crochet and knit and have my notions, hooks and needles in several different organizers. This would allow me to keep it all in one handy place!

Bella said...

I would use this awesome project to store my crochet goodies when I am at home and to take with me when I am out working on a project. I would keep one of the side pockets that you can slip things into open so that I could throw in my cash, card, and DL so that I would not have to take a wallet too...that way I could go out with just my crochet bag in tow. :)

Bella said...

I like you on facebook :)

Bella said...

I follow you in Reader too! Thanks for the awesome giveaway! :)

Anonymous said...

I would organize my supplies!

Prairiecactus said...

I subscribed some time ago and am now following on facebook. When I opened this mornings email I was immediately curious about the organizer (I can always use some help with that area!). I really like all the space it affords for so many tools, patterns and even a notebook with notes and space for carrying color swatches of thread and yarn to purchase.
When my daughter started knitting, I did as Jordana, I made a bag for my daughter, to her specifications, in her fabric choice...she still uses it to this day. I love that about Jordana...if you need it ...make it.
I admire her desire to give back and to help in such creative ways. Thank you for your thoughtfulness and generosity Jordana.

Rachel said...

I'd use it to take my crochet everywhere!
rach62803 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said...

wow would love it for crochet organazation!!! fabulous thanks for chance to win

LauraH said...

What a great bag! I think the separate zip pockets would be great! I could see using this bag and keeping my stuff organized! Thanks for the giveaway!
laurahughes at charter dot net

SusanD1408 Crochet Addict said...

I would use it to hold my crochet hooks. i could take it everywhere with and I would look very professional :-)
susand1408 at googlemail dot com

SusanD1408 Crochet Addict said...

I'm already an avid follower :-)
susand1408 at googlemail dot com

SusanD1408 Crochet Addict said...

I like the fact that she has stayed with what she loves and I love the fact she uses her imperfect bags to raise money for charity
susand1408 at googlemail dot com

SusanD1408 Crochet Addict said...

following on facebook (crochet addictcfs) susand1408 at googlemail dot com

Erin said...

I would use it for my crocheting supplies, and maybe embroidery supplies as I pick that up. I'm a beginner crocheter, but I am acquiring hooks for each project and little scissors, the odds and ends that would be nice to have organized.

Erin said...

I follow Aesthetic Nest on Facebook (doesn't look like you need to know my Facebook name).

Erin said...

The Jordana Paige success story...I am impressed by an 18-year-old starting her own company to solve problems she encountered. So many good people in the world.

Erin said...

Oh, I also follow Aesthetic Nest--I get the posts in my inbox.

krichey said...

Already follow and thought I already liked you on FB but guess not. Anyhow, now I do and would love this tote. Crochet is my first love, but am learning to knit also. It would be nice to have all my supplies in one place.

thegirlwithacurl said...

The tool butler is the perfect size to fill with tools and throw in a regular tote bag for a commute. I've been using an old make-up case, so this would definitely be a step up.

cindy said...

I follow your blog. I loved the comment about your sister's choice of carry - a drawstring bag. That's brilliant! I bet her yarn balls don't come tumbling out of her bag when she's trying to crochet on the bus or an airplane. I must do that - so so easy to make too!

Rebecca said...

The Butler is great! I'd use it for my knitting tools: DPNs, circulars, stitch markers, snips, the works!

-Rebecca

MaKenna Morgan said...

So cute! I used to have a purse w/ a pocket the perfect size for knitting/crochet stuff, but it kinda, uh, desintigrated... since then all my stuff has just been thrown in my purse (i do almost all my crafting on the go). This would be great to have it all in one place again!

Bonnie said...

I'd use it for my knitting dpns and all the little tools I now carry in a $2 make-up bag: scissors, small pencil, stitch markers, scrap yarn, needle gauge, etc.!

MaKenna Morgan said...

I follow you!

MaKenna Morgan said...

I love her story! A normal girl seeing a need and deciding to do something about it! The part about Haiti was really neat too!

DeniseMarie said...

I currently keep my crocheting supplies in a zip-top plastic baggie, so this would be a big step up for me!

Andrea M. said...

I'm a subscriber and love your emails and just followed you on Facebook today :)

I'd use it for my tools, which I'm always looking for a better way to organize.

Thanks!!

andiemeyer@hotmail.com

Cindy Martin said...

I liked your facebook page-so glad you have one so I can keep up on your latest projects. Jordana Paige is inspirational to all women regardless of age-"You can do it!" I love the Butler as you keep everything organized vs in the bottom of your bag or who knows where! Great for traveling. I need to find a good bag to keep yarn and accessories in. Any suggestions?

Tara said...

I follow your blog

Tara said...

I "like" you on facebook.

Tara said...

I would love the Jordana Paige craft butler to help me stay organized instead of just throwing my crochet and knitting supplies in a bag.

Tara said...

I was impressed by how young Jordana was when she started her business, and also by her charitable contributions.

Sylvia said...

Liked on FB! I would use bag for crochet and knitting tools! Hope to win.

Sylvia

elisavet said...

I would love to use the Tool Butler to store all my crochet supplies. My 3year old boy can't keep his hands off my hooks and it is hard to find a proper crafts bag in Greece.. I love aesthetic nest and already like you on facebook.
I really admire Jordana Paige for being so young, successful and charitable..
Thank you Anneliese!

Tracy M said...

I would love to use this to organize my knitting and crocheting supplies, especially for when I travel and need everything in one small place.

Tracy M said...

I already follow your blog and have liked your page on Facebook!

Kara @ Simplistically Sassy said...

How fun! This would be great to keep my crocheting tools more organized!

Hillary W said...

I just started crocheting and I would love to be able to take it back and forth to work!

Kara @ Simplistically Sassy said...

I follow your blog.

Kara @ Simplistically Sassy said...

I Like you on FB.

Kara @ Simplistically Sassy said...

I love that she found a solution to her problem, and it's become a huge success. She's a great example that sometimes if we want something we have to do it ourselves!

Lindsay said...

I would love to have one of these. All of my knitting needles and crochet hooks are just thrown in a plastic bin right now and it's a big mess. I would love to have a way to keep them more organized.

Lindsay said...

I follow Aesthetic Nest :)

charissa said...

I so need this for all my crochet needles, scissors,tapestry needles, etc

charissa said...

Follow your blog thru emails

charissa said...

Love how she started a great co. And uses her success to give back to charity!

charissa said...

Like you on FB!

Linda said...

I'm already a follower :)

Linda said...

It would be great to keep all my crochet gear in one plae instead of spread between several drawers, cupboards and bags!

Nancy's Couture said...

I would use it to organize and carry all of my threads and scissors for hand embroidery and smocking.

Nancy's Couture said...

I'm a follower!

Nancy's Couture said...

I like you on FB

Nancy's Couture said...

I love that this company started with an 18 year old making something out of necessity and now her products are sold in 12 countries.

Connie said...

I would use it to keep my "must have just in case" knitting and crochet tools and bits that I grab everytime I go somewhere that might possibly involve time to knit or crochet.

greyow60 at yahoo dot com

SEWKATE said...

I am a follower of Aesthetic Nest.. And neat oragnizer, for my crocheting needles and stuff would be fun and tidy, of coarse...Thank you for enering me in the giveaway..

LisaT said...

What a great organizer! I would use it to organize my wire working tools as well as my drawing "stuff".

knitterlydesigns said...

I love this, and it is on my wish list. I would use it to store all of my knitting and crochet goodies.

knitterlydesigns on Ravelry

knitterlydesigns said...

I now follow your site. Nice product photography!

knitterlydesigns on Ravelry

knitterlydesigns said...

I love that she was only 18 when she started her business.

knitterlydesigns on Ravelry

sue @ polliwogsinbloom said...

it's exactly what i need!! i had no idea she had something like this... i just got a jordana paige bag for my birthday :) this would definitely come in handy - finally a place to keep everything nice and neat

Mia's Mommy said...

I would love it so I can easily carry my crochet supplies as I try to "handle" my 16 month old daughter at the same time!

Natallia said...

I would love to keep all of my hooks in one place :)

craftytammie said...

definitely for my hooks and dpns. this would be much tidier than my current system of everything dumped in a drawer all mish mosh!

craftytammie said...

i like you on facebook!

sillypuppet said...

I figured I would make this very easy for you... :)

1. Love the Butler... I have little bags all around the craft room that I hunt and peck for when looking to start a new project. LOVE the handly dandiness of the product.
2. I have been following your website for a couple of years now and LOVE making you little hats for my daughter.
3. Facebook 'liked'
4. Her story is a great one, and sadly one that we don't hear very often anymore. Andthat she decided to give back to Haiti? Fantastic businesswoman.

Shannon said...

I'd use it for my crochet hooks, way more elegant than the plastic bag I'm using now!

handicrafter said...

1. I've wanted a butler since the previews last fall. It is the perfect way to collect all my knitting and crochet equipment together.
2. I've been following your crochet tutorials for a while now. They're incredibly helpful!
3. I "liked" you on FB
4. Her generosity is amazing, and her success is wonderful. I'm in awe of her talent and ability to turn what she loves into a profitable (and charitable) company.

Dagmar said...

Hi Annelise, I have been a follower for quite a while..and now as well on Facebook..I use a riggers bag to keep my yarn , needles, and hooks in..but this would be really useful when traveling...I also use metal gift card holders to store my smaller items in..so that would be handy to have it all in once place...hope ypu have a wondefful weekend!
xox
Dagmar

Little Mama Meow said...

I'd love to get the kit, it's be so great when I'm traveling and at home (my crotchet hook are in a bag inside of my yarn bag x.x)

Littlemamameow at gmail dot com

Little Mama Meow said...

GFC follower Littlemamameow

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Little Mama Meow said...

Liked you on FB (Carolina Thomas)

Littlemamameow at gmail dot com

Ashley said...

I would use this nifty little case for all of my hooks and double pointed needles. I could probably stash some embroidery stuff in there, too. I hope I win!

Ashley said...

I follow Aesthetic Nest

Ashley said...

I liked Aesthetic Nest on Facebook

Lynn said...

i'm a happy follower=thanks for the inspiration!

Christina said...

Love the Jordana Paige tool butler. Sure makes needle crafts a lot easier.

Peppermint Mocha Mama said...

I would use this for keeping all my hooks in order because currently, they are in a ziplock freezer bag - sad but true story.

Peppermint Mocha Mama said...

I "like" you on Facebook.

Anne said...

I would use one to keep my crochet tools and supplies organized and another for my knitting accouterments. It's absolutely perfect for either craft and you can tell that a fiber-lover created it.

Jordana is such a wonderful talent. Both with her handbags and her knitwear designs. I only discovered her designs last year. I've been in love with them from day one! After reading about her company I admire the initiative she took when she just couldn't find a bag to suit her knitting needs. Now we have the best of both worlds, thanks to her... Delicious handbags that any fashionista would love to accessorize with which do double duty to keep all of our fiber things on hand and organized! Thank you, Jordana!

Peppermint Mocha Mama said...

I love the fact that Jordana followed her dreams without reservation or fear. Such a great role model for young women today - and she is always willing to share with the crafting community through her generous donations to fun things like this.

Peppermint Mocha Mama said...

I also follow you - your tutorials are wonderful!

Shar said...

The butler would be perfect to get my hooks collection in control. I have way too many floating around, and when I put them in my craft box they always get lost.

I love how Jordana started the company at such a young age when most girls would not be thinking about carrying knitting around in a fashionable manner. She's the same age as me, and at 18 it wouldn't have occurred to me that there was a niche of young knitters in search of fashionable bags.

Likes Aesthetic Nest on facebook too!

Randee said...

Wow, the tool butler is huge! I might have to go on a shopping trip if I win it. :)

Randee said...

I like you on FB!

Randee said...

Love Jordana's story, and at such a young age! What an inspiration!

Kristin said...

What a great product! I really need a central location to store all of my crochet hooks. Also, I think I would use the zipper pockets to store my circular needles.

Kristin said...

Following aesthetic nest!

Kristin said...

Liked AN on FB!

Kristin said...

I'm impressed with the young age at which she began her business. It's also refreshing to see that she gives to those in need. This entrepreneurial spirit and generosity are qualities I try to impress on my own children. Her parents should be very proud. Well done!

Jen G. said...

I am a follower!

Jen G. said...

I like you on FB!

Jen G. said...

I would use the tool butler to store all of my crochet hooks and knitting needles.It would be nice to have one location where everything is at. Maybe then I would stop buying more hooks because I couldn't find the right size. Thanks!

Unknown said...

I follow Aesthetic Nest!!

Unknown said...

This organizer would be PERFECT for my stash of crochet hooks that always seem to be in random spots around the house! Even between the couch cushions!!

Ofelia said...

I'm following you!
Thank you
ofelialamejor at yahoo dot es

Ofelia said...

I would finally have all my tools organized... ;)
Thank you for this giveaway.

ofelialamejor at yahoo dot es

Leigh Anne said...

Love it! I've been wanting to sew a bag for my hooks but this wld b much better!

Leigh Anne said...

I'm a follower!

Anonymous said...

I can't even think of all the ways I would use this. I have multiple hobbies, and each one would a be different use. I have never seen one quite like this. You're right that this is a great choice.

Suzasstuff said...

I liked the Facebook page for Aesthetic Nest so pick me, I knit and crochet so I need this...

Shore Debris said...

I like Aesthetic Nest on Facebook. :)

giggedygeekmum said...

I would use it to take my crafts with me when I travel.

giggedy geekmum AT gmail DOT com

giggedygeekmum said...

I follow you via google reader.

giggedy geekmum AT gmail DOT com

giggedygeekmum said...

I liked you on facebook.

giggedy geekmum AT gmail DOT com

giggedygeekmum said...

I liked the section on her page about donations- $15,000 in one day is a big deal!

giggedy geekmum AT gmail DOT com

a.w. said...

Just upgraded my knitting tools for my birthday. Added some Knit Pick DPNs and interchangeables. Been looking for a good storage option, and I'm leaning to getting the Crafter's Tool Bulter. I would use the Crafter's Tool Butler to store them.

a.w. said...

Oh, and I following you on Googl2.

CBH said...

What a great giveaway! I was so jealous of your supplies when I saw your bag ;)

I would use this for all my crochet supplies, it would be heaven to keep my hooks in the one place.

I hadn't heard of the company, Jordana Paige, before. What amazing entrepreneurial spirit. I'm also so impressed by the company's 'corporate conscience'. What a fantastic way to raise funds for a wonderful charity. I love the work of medecins sans frontiers.

Thanks for the chance.

Christine

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