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Sunday, July 23, 2006

More Bags

What do you do when your studio is such a mess that you can't see the table top let alone the floor? Why you work on something small like bags. Anything to avoid cleaning. As a result, here are three more bags.
We are taking part in a studio tour this fall so I want to have some smaller items for sale. Hopefully, there will be a market for patchwork bags.


Finn said...

My goodness you have been one busy lady this past week!!! I miss a few days and you've done sooo much more. I think I'm going to have to scoot around faster.

I love the string piecing. It is very satifying to see that "pile of rags" turn into something useful and the bags you are making are really gorgeous!!
Good improv on working without the right ruler. I don't have that one either. It's sooo easy to have way too many ruler. They seem to want you to buy a new one for every new technique.

The double wedding ring quilt is great..*VBS* I'm glad you are quilting it no matter who made it. IT's fun to speculate about who might have stitched it, isn't it??
Keep up the great'll have that stash busted in no time!! Hugs, Finn

Linda_J said...

Those are adorable, Joyce. Cleaning can wait--and then wait some more, right?

Cynthia said...

Your bags are lovely. I'm sure you will be able to sell them.

Nancy said...

Love the bags. I'd certainly be happy to own any of them so I hope they're good sellers for you.

Ali Honey said...

Choice bags Joyce. They should sell easily.Love the colours. Well Done . Hugs Alison.

Finn said...

Hi Joyce, just saw your comment from today..Wednesday..LOL

Sorry sweetie, you gotta run faster..I'm way over here at 66 in October. Often I do feel like "mom" or den mother to my adorable blogging friends...ya know?? Hugs fora lovely lady even those she's not a very cool one in these hot days of July, Finn

anne bebbington said...

Lovely bags especially the blue ones contrasted against those string pieced bits

Darcie said...

You are really having a lot of fun...avoiding the cleaning thing. Good for you! ;-)

Your bags are darling. Can you tell us more about your studio tour? Sounds interesting!