Saturday, September 20, 2008

Ta-Da!


Okay, now I can show you the re-usable grocery bag that I made for the Farmgirl swap. This went to Corinne in Kuwait and she has just received it. I originally bought the fabric to make an apron but it probably would have been too busy for my 5 foot frame. I love the way it came out and I know it will hold a lot. I used a re-usable grocery bag that I already owned as the pattern. What else is nice is that all I had to purchase to complete this project was the binding!

7 comments:

Thrifty Cottage Dreams said...

Oh, this is so adorable! I love the fabric! And of course, I love the idea of a handmade market tote! Thanks for sharing!

Becky said...

Was so nice to see you at the stamping workshop, thanks for coming. I heard you caught "A BUG", hope you enjoy it, its a lot of fun!! Looking forward to seeing the new creations you make with it. :O)

Kim Marie said...

Hi Angie! Your blog is so, so SPARKLY!! I love it! This bag is so neat....I should learn how to make one...oh, great ANOTHER new hobby!

And why are you sitting here when you could be CUTTLEBUGGING!?!?
Love ya!
Kim Marie

KATHERINELLEN said...

Angela,
That's Beautiful! That is a great idea....how neat and elegant. Thanks for stopping by....You have a wonderful week..Ktherinellen

Dani said...

Your tote is really nice, love the fabric and the colors...totes are becoming more and more popular, aren't they?
thanks for stopping by my blog..I have crafting videos every Wednesday and am sharing some vintage embroidery patterns too.

Deby said...

Absolutely LOVE the bag! Great job! BTW, YOU"VE BEEN TAGGED! Read my blog for directions.

Elizabeth Holcombe said...

What an oh so pretty grocery bag! SO much better than the ones the stores sell!~~~XXOO, Beth