(oops. I made a mistake and this content got posted twice. I'm keeping both posted since there are great comments....I am changing the date of this post so you can see both posts...the videos are the same.)
I spend the day organizing my knitting "tackle" and have 10 standard tackle kits to put in each of my knitting bags.
The podcast that gave me the idea to use the crochet thread for life lines is Knitting Pipeline. I like the podcast. I suggest giving it a listen.
The previous post about my coiless safety pin obsession.
My standard tackle includes:
Scissors, crochet hooks (2 sizes, one large, one small), Susan Bates Knit Check (for gauge swatch checking and needle gauge), a pouch with coiless safety pins hanging on the outside.
Tape measure, sticky notes, sweetener, size 10 crochet thread for lifelines, needles (blunt and sharp), writing utensil, bread ties.
What do you consider your standard knitting tackle?