Monday, August 24, 2009

A few photos ...

Here are a few zipper bags I've finished in the last little while ... some are gifts, most are donation items. You can see by some of the designs that I was using up bits and pieces and scraps of fabric!

A few days ago I decided to make a "set" of items for a specific purpose - I won't reveal the details yet - if the "set" works out I'll mail it and will post information after the recipient receives it :D Sometimes my projects either don't get finished (more than a few times on that one, lol) or don't work out as well as I had hoped, so I ditch them. Hopefully that won't happen this time!

Here are the first two pieces in the set ... these are boxy bags from the Patchy Apple website :) I did mine a little bit differently - I did some quick meander quilting to affix the batting to the lining, then pretty much followed her directions. What an EASY bag to make!! I should have stuffed it with plastic bags to show off the boxy shape - I'll probably do that when and if I get the entire set finished ;)
Sherry - remember I asked you about a specific date recently? This "set" has something to do with that date :D But shhhhhhhhhhhhh, just in case :D


  1. Those are cute! I especially like the pink fabric. :0)

  2. Sandra,
    It looks like sure have been busy. I love all your zipper bags.
    Linda Focht
    Linda in Ohio

  3. Pretty, pretty! Yes, I remember ~ and the 'dater' has a lot of nerve to go and take her boss with her to Germany when *I* am scheduled to visit their venue next week!!

    So much for "take yer mom to work day".

    She'll get hers.

    (and I'm sure she'll let you know when she does, LoL)

  4. Thanks for the link, merci beaucoup pour le lien, je pense y arriver même si en anglais


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