We’re always on the lookout for new fun bags to tote around our projects. The perfect bag has to fulfill so many needs: big enough for your yarn and progress, pockets for tools, easy to close and take on the go. Today, we’re adding one more great bag to our collection: the designs of Tim Eads. These hand printed bags are a piece of art. See how they are made:
From a creative childhood in Texas, Time Eads turned his passion for color and design into his career. Looking for a way to make money, he turned to screen printing in 1997, and from there his career took off. His life has taken him on a path from graphic design, to instruction, master printer, and artist. He was the Master Printer and Project Manager at the Fabric Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia for six years, and developed his vision and dedication to trendy and environmentally-friendly manufactured products for modern life.
Using ethically sourced and sustainable materials, Tim Eads’ bags are made in Philadelphia from durable fabrics with incredible colors. These snazzy patterns and bright colors are just the thing to perk up your spring projects. Committed to slow fashion, the team at Tim Eads uses every scrap of fabric to make their bags, and ensure a final product that is ready to fit into your life. Using nylon threads to reinforce seams, and waterproof inks commonly found on outdoor upholstery, these bags are machine washable without the fear of losing brightness.
The knit bags are specially designed for projects that grow. Featuring a unique snap/grommet system, these bags can accommodate your project from beginning to end, with plenty of pockets to fit your notions and other things. Come and see the full range of new bags, from small notions sized bags, to project sized clutches, and totes to take everything with you.
Medium Bags are 13″x8″x5″ ($60), Small Pouches (notion bags) that sit flat 11″x5″x3″ ($34), Circle Totes 15″x3″x18″ ($65), and Small Project Bags 11″x5″x8″ ($42).