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Yarn shops across the United States showcase new knitting handbags and accessories
Jordana Paige, the knitwear and handbag designer, will show off its latest products in April and May at local yarn shops throughout the country.
The trunk shows feature each of Jordana Paige’s knitting handbags, as well as fabric swatches in every color. Local yarn shops across the United States host the show for two weeks. The shop and its customers get a chance to try out the products.
“These shows are being held at yarn shops that haven’t had our products in the past,” Jordana Paige said. “We’re excited to offer our knitting accessories to an entirely new group of people. Having a new product in front of you – being able to see all the colors and touch the fabrics – helps make a decision to purchase easier, which is good for everyone.”
Among the products are the company’s newest, the Crafter’s Tool Butler, stylish vegan leather case with pockets to hold all sizes. This compact case is useful for whatever craft you love: knitting, needlepoint, crochet and scrapbook, to name a few.
Yarn shops from Arizona to North Carolina will also display all five of Jordana Paige’s most recent handbag styles, including the best selling L.J. Kaelms and classic style The Knitter’s Satchel.
Jordana Paige designs have been keeping your knitting organized since 2002. Its line of stylish handbags and accessories have been applauded by Yarn Market News, Interweave Knits, Bust, Vogue Knitting, Verena Magazine and more.
For more information on the Jordana Paige Trunk Show, visit http://JordanaPaige.com and click on the Events button.
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Jordana Paige was founded in 2002, when Jordana was 18 years old.
The Knitter’s Purse was the first in a line of seven fashionable handbags designed with the knitter in mind. Jordana has incorporated customer feedback into her line every step of the way, resulting in bags that are both beautiful and functional.
In addition to her handbag collection, Jordana Paige has an extensive collection of knitwear designs. Her patterns have been published in Vogue Knitting, Knit Simple and Knitty.com as well as several books including Big Girl Knits, More Big Girl Knits, New Ideas for Today's Knitting and Brave New Knits. Jordana has also guest starred on and designed a vintage apron especially for the television show Knitty Gritty.
Today Jordana Paige bags are carried in about 500 stores in 12 countries. Jordana is excited about the next ten years and plans for more accessories and patterns. But don’t worry, new bag designs are definitely in the company’s future as well.