Give Away Prize: Offhand Designs Daisy Bag in High Garden & Vintage Gelberg Trim
Sage Luxury offers up the chance for visitors to win this elegant Daisy bag by Offhand Designs in a purple cotton blend damask called Highgarden, and 25 yards of Vintage Trim! Did you know that all Offhand Designs bags are made in Oakland, California in extremely small limited editions?
For knitting, picnics, or a trip to the market, Daisy and Iris are the perfect bags for the knitter who has everything. They are ultra light but structured – qualities that are hard to find in a standard tote bag! Daisy is also completely reversible, giving you two beautiful looks in one!
|Pretty Day for Daisy||
Party With Wine & Apples
|A Yarn & Wine Extravaganza|
HOW TO WIN THIS DAISY BAG:
In the comment line below or on our Sage Luxury Facebook page, please tell us what important little things you would stash in this Daisy in Highgarden by Offhand Designs.
Here is our inspired holiday party list:
6 Handmade Presents ~ 5 Skeins of Yarn ~ 4 Knitting Notions ~ 3 Bottles of Wine ~ 2 Bars of Chocolate ~ 1 Lovely Daisy Bag to Carry it!
The possibilities are endless! We want to hear how you will make this bag a part of your every day life!
|Iris in Winterfell||Iris in Greyjoy||Iris for Holiday Markets|
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In my Daisy & its many pockets would be: a couple/few knitting & crochet projects, yarn, ipad, cell phone, project notebook, notions pouch, needles & hooks, wallet, water bottle, cosmetics pouch, antibac gel, water bottle, sippy cup, snack bag of Cheerios, and toddler activity pouch (with crayons, mini coloring book, stickers, travel/mini game, ‘Tommy the train,’ mini board book).
I’d love to have a Daisy – I would put yarn of course, needles, knitting notions, cell phone, bottle of water or maybe a mini bottle of wine depending on the occasion and probably a pattern or magazine. Merry Christmas to Sage and Offhand! Melody
What a gorgeous bag! I would win it for my daughter and would pack it full of new knitting balls and other notions to put a smile on her face. :)
Pooh I would carry my very best cashmere sock your from Turtle Toes, my Tanis fibre art yarns for the JaredFlood Paytern I will also stash unit. Some Madelinetosh and Lsyern Noon needles for sure. This bag is pure luxury and as such deserves luxurious items in it. Oh – and of course a tablet to catch up on Sage Luxury sales! And Ravelry groups!
I would carry a few of my smaller WIPs for going to Knitting Club, with essentials like phone, wallet, water, plus maybe a few needed baby-related items to make the phone double as a baby bag when the little one goes out and about with me.
Only what I needed for the day. A Trindle drop spindle & merino/silk in one pocket, a Tahkli supported spindle & some cotton in the second, a Bare Bonsie drop spindle with some cashmere in the third, a Bosworth for plying in the fourth, a Nostepinde in the fifth and some extra fiber in the sixth. Then I guess I ought to keep my wallet, keys and room for a potential purchase in the center!
I would carry the essentials – my yarn project (probably a prayer shawl), my kindle, a Kind bar, bottle of water, and my yarn accessories bag (yarn needles, stitch markers, etc)
Well, i have been thinking about this, even before i saw the drawing for this bag. i would like an Offhand Design bag and here is what i’d like to fill into my pockets:
1. One soft, hand embroidered hanky (tis the season)
2. a skein of yarn for a sweet baby hat for my friend who is expecting a Christmas baby;
3. a small bottle of Coco Chanel #5. I have never had the money for a bottle, but we are dreaming, right?
4. a flask with my favorite bourbon;
5. a tube of RED lipstick;
7. a sci-fi fantasy book, preferably where the heroine wields big knives;
8. a notepad
9. a new camera, not a phone…
10. a key to a little cabin somewhere in the woods so i can relax on a used but comfortable wing back chair, placed to the side of a blazing fire, beside my rickety but charming table with my glass of amazing pinot noir and my new bag at my feet streaming out the yarn for my knitting…..
I just thought I’d add that a baggy of cheese cubes and a baggy of grapes to go with the bottle of wine, bars of chocolate, awesome yarn and a nina full of knitting necessities. Don’t forget the smartphone or ipad so you could check up on this blog and get your ravelry patterns!
Good luck to the next winner!
I won!!!! I am so thrilled! New Year’s party here I come! Thank you so much for picking me!
You are a wonderful company and I love your blog and all your bags and glittery things.
Many, many thanks!
Beautiful bag…I would carry a project bag…wallet…phone…and add’l supplied that are necessary for my son….and it looks like it would hang on a wheelchair w/o dragging…bonus!
I love Daisy! I’d store the yarn for the sweater I just started, and I’d use the outside pockets for notions. It would help me stay organized, which I always need help with.
Daisy is perfect to hold the yarn for a color-work shawl and if I was the lucky winner, I would just have to make the Aranami shawl with 5 shades of grey from Brooklyn Tweed Loft. And of course the sixth pocket would be for the needles/knitting tools.
My 4 works in progress and some dark chocolate and a couple of bottles of wine to get me through them. :)
So lovely. I would carry knitting, water, keys, fruit, perhaps my phone. And I would also use it as a carry-on bag when I fly.
My goodness, that Daisy is royal! I would use it to carry my yarns and needlepoint, I love that it’s reversible. It can hold yarn, phone, drink, keys, needles, wallet…goodies….
Oh my, Daisy is beautiful!!! I would love to have her and if I did I’d carry both a knitting and a spinning project in her. I would also have my interchangeable needles in one of my WONDERFUL Offhand cases tucked in there along with a case holding my stitch markers and scissors and a bottle of water and a little bag of trail mix ;-)
I would love to have one. Bags are almost every girl’s favorite. I am no exception.
Daisy is so nifty! I would carry yarn and snacks and kitties in her!
December 19, 2013
Offhand designs bags are wonderfully crafted, timeless and a beautiful work of art!