I was cleaning up my knitting bag and had to come up with another plan for all my double-pointed needles (aka dpns). I’m not a Magic Loop convert yet so most of my socks and other knitted-in-the-round items are made using dpns.
I know I bought some of these but I also inherited some. In the beginning, the needles were safe and organized in the original cardboard packaging. Then the packaging fell apart.
The inherited needles were held together with rubber bands or tape (Gasp!). Rubber bands deteriorate rather quickly and leave gunk on the needles. And tape residue is sticky and rough.
I made some holders from small paper envelopes and wrote the sizes on the front. That worked for awhile but it wasn’t a fantastic solution.