Thursday, July 3, 2008

More Produce Bags

I have gone and hurt my back (you'll read more about that on Saturday), so I am having to take it easy today. So I decided I would make the produce bags that I had promised Rachel a while back.

Here is the larger one, its made out of pink organza with pink stitching and beige binding.



A close up of the large one:


The small one was made out of bright yellow tulle with blue stitching and binding:



Close up of the smaller bag:



Both bags together:


10 comments:

Wendy said...

Wow, you've really made some gorgeous produce bags. Mine are totally plain in comparison.

And here's a late Happy Canada Day for you.

Gill - That British Woman said...

I got the material cheap, some off cuts, and I have found the binding on them make's them stronger.

Thanks for the Canada Day wishes.

the oldest child said...

These are great! I've been making canvas shopping totes, but I have not taken the plunge on the produce bags. Now I'm looking forward to trying out something like this (someday...) Oh, the inspiration in blog land is staggering.

And thanks for stopping by my blog! Always fun to meet new folks.

Sabrina said...

Oops...I didn't sign out of my daughter's account...that last comment was from me.
Sabrina

Gill - That British Woman said...

Thanks Sabrina for popping by my blog :0)

suchthings.ca said...

Lovely bags, Gill. I am going to bookmark your blog!
Mary:)

trisha too said...

those bags are NICE; do you have a suggestion for a site on how-to-do-it-myself??

thanks for stopping by my blog, yours is great, and the links look interesting, too. we're not exactly homesteading, but we're a tad rusticated . . .

:)

Quilter Going Bananas said...

Hi Gill, Thanks for visiting my blog. Keep checking back to see my progress on my UFOs. I noticed you have recipes on your blog; that's fantastic! One question: do you have a recipe for sticky toffee pudding?
Had some last summer while in England and enjoyed it very much.
Hope you feel better soon! Cheers QGB

Quilter Going Bananas said...

Thanks for the recipe link Gill. I didn't realize it has dates in it. Are there many variations of this dessert? cheers QGB

CannedAm said...

WOOHOO! I'm getting produce bags! Wish you could see my big fat grin!! LOL!

Those look gorgeous!!! You are SO talented!

Can I add a couple !!! ? :)