Rhinebeck Project Bags by The Bearded Purl

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The Bearded Purl sewed up a pair of beautiful project bags to match our 'O Rhinebeck, We Miss You!' colorway.  

We only have a limited number of bags and when they are gone, they are gone.  

The project bags come in two sizes:  sock project bag (7.5" tall by 11" wide by 4" deep) or shawl project bag (9.5" tall by 11.5" wide by 4" deep).

The exterior of each bag is a high quality interfaced quilters cotton.  The interior is an interfaced unbleached muslin.  Each bag comes with a zipper closure along with a loop pull that is attached with a swivel clasp for easy opening and closing.

Care:  spot/professional cleaning is recommended.

We are so grateful to Caleb and Justin of The Bearded Purl for making these bags and supporting our fundraising efforts. You can stay in touch with The Bearded Purl by subscribing to their podcast, "The Bearded Purl" where they talk all things knitting, cooking, gardening, canning, and get photo bombed by their two cats.

$10 from each sock project bag and $15 from each shawl bag will be split between the following organizations:  

Central California Animal Disaster Team (CCADT) assists emergency response agencies with animal evacuation, emergency sheltering, search and rescue and animal reunification during small or large-scale incidents.  They also assist owners of animals, especially large animals, to prepare disaster evacuation plans.  Since 2013, CCADT has responded to 31 wildland fires, floods, and single/multi-family home fires within seven counties of the San Joaquin Valley.  For more information and to donate, visit https://ccadt.org/

California Wildfire Relief Fund supports firefighters, low income families and animals suffering due to wildfires by providing emergency supplies of food, medicine and relocation assistance to people and wildlife in need. All donations to this fund exclusively support communities and wildlife impacted by wildfires and assist in evacuations and housing of animals impacted by the wildfires.  For more information and to donate, visit https://www.calfund.org/wildfire-relief-fund/.