Thursday, August 13, 2009

More little bags

I enjoyed making these little bags so much I decided to make 3 more.

The fabric used on the one on the left is from my previous post. The other fabrics are from my stash.

After a very foggy, drizzly day yesterday we have sun shine here today. It feels like Spring is on its way.

Now I have satisfied my desire to make something that doesn't take months to finish I am going back to sewing the Antique Quilt and the Morrell Quilt.


  1. hello miriam,very cute ,your little bags,have a nice day,susi

  2. Whoopee! Three cute little bags - it is nice to be on a roll!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

  3. Those are quite lovely bags! I love them.
    Enjoy your day today :D

  4. So cute. I really like the blue one the best. Sometimes we just need to make something quick. It kind of keeps those creative juices flowing.

  5. OH MY GOODNESS!!! These bags are SOOOOOOOO adorable!!!!

    Where did you get the pattern?!??! *grin*

    Inquiring minds need to know... *s*


  6. I love these bags, they are so dang cute!!


  7. Nice little bags! Love the blue and red toile...I think I have that fabric.

  8. What sweet bags - I have been admiring that pattern at the Bake Shop

  9. A stunning lot of bags, well done!
    Thanks very much for the commnet on my blog. I really loved that sunburst quilt you pictured a few posts back, I admire anyone who can handpiece like that! Tracey

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  11. Beautiful Bags Miriam. Love that pattern xo

  12. You've been busy with little bags. Such a cute shape and pretty fabric combinations.