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Posted on:1/8/11 11:53 PM


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Margaret said... (1/12/11 6:20 PM) Reply
These look very nice and useful... great embroidery designs and wonderful fabric choice for them -- they really stand out!
jannw said... (1/12/11 2:38 AM) Reply
lucky friends..great looking bags
Kathy in NM said... (1/9/11 5:39 PM) Reply
Love the craft ninja!
JDpenelope said... (1/9/11 1:18 PM) Reply
Great use of your denim and your embroidery is absolutely beautiful. Glad you got the bugs out, while perfecting your stitching. Some readers may appreciate specific info about dimensions and construction, even with this simple project. I made similar bags as a charity project, and would be interested in how you put your drawstrings together. Recently, for a charity project, I used one of those bias tape makers, but it was tedious to sew at the ends, because the drawstrings were apparently too narrow. A wider drawstring like yours would have been easier to sew and secure the stitching. Had to use fray check at ends on mine, even with ample back-stitching.
Aroura said... (1/9/11 10:23 AM) Reply
What neat designs! I love the embroidery. Excellent craft bags, great gifts!!
Sharonspils said... (1/9/11 5:29 AM) Reply
Now the bag holding your knitting is very nice.
Mel.J said... (1/9/11 4:03 AM) Reply
Cute. Love the crafty ninja!
lyndle said... (1/9/11 2:55 AM) Reply
Very cute bags. Great designs!
 
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