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Returning to the bags…

I missed making drawstring bags like I did during the retreat I attended in August (A Drawstring-bagalicious Retreat, Part I), so over the past couple of days I’ve been making more bags.

I have a fantasy still that I am going to reopen my tierneycreates Etsy shop and I am making stuff for my shop (shhhh don’t mention I’ve said many times in the past I was going to reopen that shop…but this time I might really do it…maybe…)

Here are the bags I’ve made so far and I have 6 more cut out to sew.

Repurposing Words/Label from the Fabric Selvage

A Little Butterfly Bag

Black and White Bag with a Pop of Color Inside

Since finishing that art quilt for the exhibit I mentioned in the post Secret Quilt and Design Wall Struggle, I am enjoying just making drawstring bags. Thank goodness I have a large stash of interfacing as these bags use a lot of interfacing to make them stand up. I

I am sure I will tire of making them eventually and move on to other stuff but right now I am enjoying playing with fabric combinations.

39 thoughts on “Returning to the bags…”

  1. Ps
    Here is the link to my post with the snapshots from the quilters at a country fair (Caroline county VA) scroll down and it is the slideshow –
    I might do a more formal post later – dedicated to sewing –
    In the meantime I added a few pics to a Thursday doors “leftovers” post

    Thursday Doors (Leftovers)

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  2. I think it’s some sort of contagious disease – “might reopen” and mine is “maybe time to open” – so many people keep asking when I’m going to start selling my art… Actually a lot more needs to be accomplished with them but I “might”….

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