Monday, June 14, 2010

some firefly farm goods

I've been taking advantage of a few
rainy days to work on some drawstring bags
using these gorgeous vintage
embroidered linens...

...and, I've also sewn
a 'cherries' clothespin bag
from a vintage tablecloth...


If interested, they can be found

16 comments:

  1. So pretty, rainy days can yeild such great things.

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  2. I love those bags!

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  3. I love the draw string bags. I use a lot of vintage embroidered linens too, but beginning to find they are harder to source, and when I do they tend to be quite expensive. Unless I'm lucky and find pieces in a charity shop.
    Do you still find these linens easily in the States?

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  4. Pretty pretty bags! I love visiting with you! I come away so inspired! Thanks! Matty

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  5. What a beautiful idea...

    they are so(understatement) charming.

    Arn't rainy days - the best???

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  6. I love the embroidery on those bags and the bags themselves.

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  7. I have 2 pieces of embroidery that belonged to my husbands grandmother that have the same basket design on them!
    Your work is absolutely wonderful:)

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  8. these ar so beautiful, what a wonderful way to repurpose vintage linens!

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  9. Deb,
    I always love it when you post those drawstring bags. There is just something about them that makes me smile. And even though I don't like hanging clothes out on the line your peg bags are always darling. Love the vintage fabric.

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  10. Wow - sale pending on all three bags already! They are beautiful . .

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  11. Your bags are beautiful!
    Debbie

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  12. I love your bags! The embroidery brought back memories of when my gramma taught me to do that kind of embroidery. And, if I had that clothespin bag, it would never be used as such, it's too beautiful. I still have some of those tablecloths.

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  13. I LOVE both of these projects! :) *creative juices starting to flow* ---

    Is that knitting at the bottom of the bags? That looks neat!

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  14. I've always loved your beautiful drawstring bags. Love the combination of the vintage pieces, knitting, and added fabric. And, of course, they're always snatched up before I can blink an eye : )!

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  15. I love what you make!

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