Yarn Swatch Binder Pages
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Yarn Swatch Binder Pages

Code: R931F-YARN
$1.99

Qty
Quantity Price Each
10-24 $1.99
25-49 $1.79
50-99 $1.69
100-299 $1.59
300-499 $1.49
500-1000 $1.29

Product Description

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Be ready to knit! Organize your stash to eliminate the frustration of what type of yarn was used for each project. Yes, many reds look alike. Have your sock yarn samples organized so it will be easy to make repairs quickly and easily. And a record your ready-to-knit stash waiting for your inspiration or that special pattern.

Our Yarn Organization Pages make it fun and easy. Organize the pages by color, yarn type or location. You'll find your own unique way to categorize using our pages.

There are four pockets on each page.
  • Left Pockets:
    • Size: 2 ½" wide x 5 ¼" high
    • Just slip in your yarn label with the color and dyelot information visible. Also great for notes on reference projects, amount of yarn, knitting needles sizes required, patterns, etc. (Info cards not included.)
    • Fold down the flap to secure the contents
  • Right Pockets:
    • Size: 5 38" wide x 5 ¼" high
    • Put in a swatch of the yarn so you'll be able to make repairs, select buttons, etc.
    • Fold down the flap to secure the contents

Specifications
  • Made from heavy-duty 8-gauge clear vinyl front and back and folding flaps to secure the contents. Re-useable.
  • Overall size: 8 ¾" wide x 11 38" long
  • Fits in a standard 3-ring binder
Great swatch keeper!
Lenora Hatch
04/02/2021
Verified Buyer
I love this product! It holds a 4x4/5x5 inch knitted swatch and has a separate insert for the ball band or notes. I have ordered two sets for the swatch samples of patterns. It keeps the swatch bug free and easy to access when referring back to the mini version of the pattern. I usually put a swatch of the cables/knitted picture design, some with different beads I want to consider using. I add notes on changes or issues I want to consider for the actual project. This swatch binder page could also be used in class to display or allow the swatch to be passed in class without students actually handling the knitted swatch.
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