Thursday, June 11, 2009

finally...


...a {late} spring shop update.
I have felt like I've been moving in quicksand when it comes to sewing projects.
Here are a few of the things I have been working on:
drawstring pouches


button pouch


some totes



reversible totes


and a clothespin bag,
the first of many, I hope.

32 comments:

  1. Deb,

    You do such beautiful work! Everything looks great :) Thanks for sharing. I always look forward to your posts :)

    Have a beautiful day!

    ~Sharon

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  2. Everything just looks great! I especially love the clothespin bag.

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  3. Wonderful items as always! I especially love the tote bag.

    Linda

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  4. My favorite is the clothes pin bag...perhaps because mine bit the dust this year, and I am now reduced to leaving the pins on the line???

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  5. I love the clothespin bag! I guess it's funny that one of the reasons I yearn for a home and to be out of apartment living is so I can put up a clothesline. Completely normal, right?

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  6. Everything looks super!! Think I'll have to do some shopping soon.

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  7. Love the totes, esp. love the clothes pin bag but I really love your choice of fabrics
    Beautiful!

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  8. Please tell me if you used a pattern for the clothespin bag or you just drew it out yourself.
    also, I haven't figured out what kind of planks you are putting on that floor. Is it made to be flooring or are you just using them for that. If so, what kind of wood is it? Sorry for all the questions, I love it all! We are do-it-yourselfers too!
    Blessings,
    Lu

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  9. oh, that clothespin bag is so nostalgic....beautiful work!

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  10. I am loving the clothes pin bag!

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  11. They are all just lovely. I love that old telephone too!

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  12. I really like the clothes pin bag. All of your projects are lovely!

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  13. I really like the clothespin bag too!

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  14. Anonymous12:45 AM

    Wow Deb, everything you make is lovely, but, just like the rest I love the clothespin bag, the colours work so well together.
    Flooring and rooms are beautiful too.

    Hope you are enjoying the summer, it's wet over here.

    Claire

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  15. Ooh, I do love your creations!! Beautiful work.

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  16. Beautiful, as always. I am still enjoying my bag so much. I use it for a lot of different things.

    I saw a blog today that I thought you might really like. It made me think of you. www.itsprettygood.com

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  17. Wow! How beautiful!
    I love the fabrics you used. ;-)

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  18. All beautiful makes.

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  19. Everything is so pretty! I really love your clothespin bag, that floral fabric is gorgeous and those little polka dots peeking out? Love it!

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  20. That clothespin bag is amazing! My mother never had one as pretty as that!! I think I'm going to try to get hubby to put up an old fashioned clothesline for me like we had when I grew up. Or perhaps I should take a lesson from my blog partner, C, and figure out how to do it myself!

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  21. LOVE the button pouch.

    (And I made an identical floral bag for my middle daughter for Christmas this year. Exact same fabric, handles, size. How funny!)

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  22. I love those Firefly Farm Goods. You have such a way of making everything beautiful.

    Jody

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  23. here's a hand to hold onto11:55 AM

    Love the fabric on the tote. Great clothes pin bag. I love clothes lines and they way clothes smell when I bring them in.We went to Holland 3 years ago and everyone has a clothes line, even apartments. Everywhere we went there were comforters hanging out of windows, (to air them out, I think).

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  24. Wow those are AMAZING! I just found your blog...I am going to continue reading by just in case I don't see it can you post the address to your shop! I love everything!

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  25. here's a hand to hold onto4:55 PM

    Love the fabric on the tote. Great clothes pin bag. I love clothes lines and they way clothes smell when I bring them in.We went to Holland 3 years ago and everyone has a clothes line, even apartments. Everywhere we went there were comforters hanging out of windows, (to air them out, I think).

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  26. LOVE the button pouch.

    (And I made an identical floral bag for my middle daughter for Christmas this year. Exact same fabric, handles, size. How funny!)

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  27. Wow! How beautiful!
    I love the fabrics you used. ;-)

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  28. I really like the clothes pin bag. All of your projects are lovely!

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  29. Everything looks super!! Think I'll have to do some shopping soon.

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  30. I love the clothespin bag! I guess it's funny that one of the reasons I yearn for a home and to be out of apartment living is so I can put up a clothesline. Completely normal, right?

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  31. My favorite is the clothes pin bag...perhaps because mine bit the dust this year, and I am now reduced to leaving the pins on the line???

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  32. Everything just looks great! I especially love the clothespin bag.

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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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