Saturday, April 14, 2007

some finished projects

Although I have a lot of unfinished projects, I have actually gotten some things completed in the past week or two. These are the clothespin bags that were part of an order I was working on. They have been sent off to a much warmer place where people are probably already enjoying hanging out their laundry...

This is one of the totes from the same order...

And I even finished a clothespin bag for my shop ~ hopefully I'll get it listed there next week. I really like this cheerful print...

In case you're wondering about the kitchen, it's coming along slowly but steadily. The oak countertops that Mike made are in and have 12 coats of wipe-on polyurethane. Today he is putting up the beaded board in my baking center, and I can't wait to see it all finished... I hope you are having a good weekend!

17 comments:

  1. Those clothes pin bags are perfect! I need one!
    I like how your kitchen is turning out too! Very pretty
    God bless.
    Terri

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  2. Oh, I love your new baking center! Your sewing projects are beautiful, the bag is so pretty!
    Kelli

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  3. I love seeing the things you make and these are all so pretty. Your kitchen is evolving into quite a lovely place and the beadboard looks wonderful. :)

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  4. Your kitchen is looking fabulous; I really like the look of beadboard, very old fashioned! Cute clothespin bags.

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  5. ooh I love the way your kitchen is coming together. The tongue 'n groove backing is a great idea...and what a labour of love on those countertops. it's going to look fab!

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  6. Is there anyway that you can tell us how you made the countertops? And also how do you keep them looking good? Thanks.

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  7. Anonymous7:29 AM

    I love your kitchen...The countertop is awesome. Did you paint your cabinets? If so..was it labor intensive and what kind of paint did you use? The bead board looks great...you are giving me many ideas for my husband...HA!

    Lulu

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  8. I love your clothes pin bags! Sure wish I still had a clothesline. Your kitchen is looking fabulous! I really like the wood counter top with the beadboard.

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  9. Love the clothes pin bags!

    Your kitchen will be gorgeous once you get all the bead board done. :)

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  10. I really like the way the kitchen is coming along. Love the beadboard. It's a favorite of mine for the way it adds vintage character to most any room.
    Your sewing is wonderful. Love that tote bag especially. You've done such a charming job of mixing up all of those fabrics on your clothes pin bags. I wish I had your energy Deb!

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  11. I was talking to my daughter, Dani, about your kitchen just the other day......I am so thrilled to see such lovely results from painting over wood finished cabinets.....You're kitchen remodel has been such an inspiration for me! It's beautiful!

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  12. I love your clothes pin bags and your wooden counter is fabulous!

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  13. Oh, i am really looking forward to see your finnished kitchen! The little i have seen looks beautiful! And of course, you are sooo good in making those clothes pin bags! And the bag looks beautiful too :) I am so jalous, i wish i was a better friend with the sewing machine, haha...Where did you get the pattern for the clothes pin bag? From a book, a magazine? I really want to make one myself you see..Thank you for sharing your projects!

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  14. I just love what you are doing to your kitchen. The color of your cabinets look so nice with the counter tops. Love the beadboard...I have that on my kitchen wall.

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  15. I love the clothes pin bags! I am trying to get my husband to put me up a new clothesline this weekend!

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  16. I love your clothespin bags! Do you have a pattern? Will you make more and where could we buy them?

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  17. Anita~
    I have a few clothespin bags left in my shop (see the Firefly Farm Shop link on my blog page). I hope to have more added soon. Thanks!
    Deb

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Thank you for taking time to leave a comment--I love reading each and every one! I will try to answer any questions you have in the comment section. Due to the amount of spam, I am sadly no longer able to accept Anonymous comments....Kindly, Deb

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