The color really falls between these two photos...it's a deep, rich blue. There are two magnets in addition to the closure that keep everything inside, and there are feet on the bottom.
And there are lots of pockets and a deep divider...so I have one side for knitting and another for everything else.
The Buddy Case has a divider and is magnetized inside to keep embroidery needles from going missing.
The other reason I am proud as a peacock is the Drive-Thru sweater I made for Little Man. I love this pattern! First off I made a size 6 in 10 days and it was an easy, non-stressful knit. Second, the stripes only used remnants of Wool-Ease yarn so I only used two skeins of blue (that I had bought earlier for this project).
Third, it was an easy introduction to double-stranded knitting when the yarn colors were transitioned (one stitch in one color and then one stitch in the other all the way around). Fourth, I bought this pattern and felt like it was a great deal since the pattern covers ages 2-16 years old. And fifth, the sweater is knit completely in the round and is seamless. So, first I knit the body to the armpit, left that on the needles, knit each sleeve, left them on the needles, and then knit it all together. Very cool. And sixth, I did flawless short row shaping at the back of the neck. So, completely a proud as a peacock moment.