Thursday, October 18, 2012

I've been sewing :D


Here are a couple of baskets I made for the little girls next door - I'll put their Halloween candy in them and tuck them into cello bags for trick or treat night :)  The tutorial is from Pink Penguin, and the sizes are 4 x 3.5 x 5.5" and 3.5 x 3 x 5 :)  You can't tell in the photo, but I added glitter bling "beads" to the bags - the kind you attach with a heating wand - it's the perfect touch for this particular fabric!


 These little bug taggies are for Christmas gifts - they're based on this tutorial :)
 4 flex frame cases (about 4" x 7") and a zipper bag the same size (I ran out of flex frames, lol). 
An owly-licious gift bag for a grammie to use for gifts for the sweetest grandson in the world :)  Tutorial is here and the bag measures 12.5" x 11.5" x 5" :)  This was my first attempt at this bag - I like it!

13 comments:

  1. Love them all and the colours and fabric you use. I keep meaning to make some of those fabric baskets and never seem to get round to it.

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  2. You sure have been sewing. The little girls next door are going to love their Tinker Bell Halloween baskets. And of course, love the ladybug taggies and the owl gift bag... two of my favourite things are ladybugs and owls.

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  3. You are a sewing--I was gonna say machine as in dancing machine, but that won't work--well, you have been sewing your little heart out up there in the north country. The girls are gonna love that Tinkerbell material!

    Those taggies would be great with whatever people use to make that krinkly noise. Didn't you do that once before with another little beastie?

    Love, love, love the string or yarn or whatever it is on the gift bag! Makes it look extra fancy.

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  4. Love the little bug taggies!!!

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  5. Thank you so much for all of the tutorial's I love the bag you made for the sew and stitch along.

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  6. Thank you so much for all of the tutorial's I love the bag you made for the sew and stitch along.

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  7. Once again, lovely makes. That bag pattern really is a hit! Those taggies are SO cute!!

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  8. Sandra, those bug tags are the cutest, I love those. You are so talented!!!!!

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  9. Another bunch of cute bags. I love all the fabrics you used. Are ya in need of more scraps? LOL

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  10. Wow you've been so productive. Your neighbor's kids are going to really get something extra special! And I think those ladybug taggies are so sweet!

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  11. Your neighbor's children are going to be getting something extra special! And those ladybugs are so cute - what a great idea for a baby gift.

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  12. Well,'Grammie' loves the owly bag, it's uber-adorable!!

    And, I already know ( and so do you, now) what can go in it!! I think it's the perfect size for it, too!!

    XOXO

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    1. <--- the recipient of the owly bag - my FAVOURITE SISTER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :)

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