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07 February 2011

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Christy

Penny, your shoppings are so beautiful! Your should publish a pattern book. :)

Lee Ann

Oh definitely a pdf! I love the shape of them. :) Also, what are you using for the produce bags?

Suzanne

Your bags are adorable and have me thinking. I'd love to know what you use to make the produce bags. It looks like you use a serger on the edges. I wonder if I could get sturdy results with a regular sewing machine.

Thimbleanna

Very cute Penny! I love those little produce bags too -- very clever!

Rachel at Stitched in Color

Your recycle sign is so cute!

randi

too too cute!

i posted about my kitchen swap project today also. :)

julie

I love these produce bags. I have made them using netting or tulle like what tutus are made out of.
Also yes!! penny please a pdf pattern for your shopping bags.

Arlene

Another netting to use would be screening used for tents. Pliable and soft. They hold up longer than tulle.
By all means do the pdf. Anything one can do to promote recycling is a step ahead.

Allie

Oh what a lucky partner! Love it all - I do hope you make a pattern of that bag!

krista - Poppyprint

Isn't it hard to say no to swaps when your friends all join?! This is a sweet package for your partner. I really like grocery totes that pack up - looking forward to your pattern.

Jenn

So glad you're thinking of finally making a pdf pattern for the shopping bag! I KNOW it will be worth your while AND I've been waiting to purchase one!! :)

MollyP

Splendiferous! Please make a pattern for that awesome bag. I use reusable bags already, but life would be simple if I had a couple rolled up ones stashed in my purse or glovebox.

anna

ooo penny, thank you for being so inspiring. :) these are so beautiful and I would love a pattern for that bag, I was just thinking I need to carry one around in my purse, so this would be perfect! :)

Sew Sane Jane

Yes please!!!!

Anne

Those shopping bags would be so wonderful for travel since they fold down to such a small size.

Belinda Gelhausen

Yes please do a pdf of those shopping bags!

Carmen

Oh, yes please on the pattern! Love the shopping bags.

Alia Ghulam

love these bags! love how they shut in a little bundle! yes, please make that pattern!

nanette

Holy Cow. Cute cute cute Penny.

Karineyh

You know, Penny...I remember you posting about reusable produce bags and I have been thinking about them ever since. Have you ever made them with muslin? I bought some thinking I would try them out, but I don't know if they will be see-thru enough. AND, I had thought about putting a recycle applique on a reusable shopping bag just like you. Love it! And, it sure makes the grocery store a little more fun!

erica

Adorable!

Trish

Yes, love these! If you write up a pattern, let us know--I'd be interested.

Brambleandburdock.blogspot.com

Hi! I hope you don’t mind, but I’ve nominated your blog for the Stylish Blog Award!

http://brambleandburdock.blogspot.com/2011/02/id-like-to-thank-academy.html

Robyn of Coffee and Cotton

Your swap partner is one fortunate person! So very cute and lovely!
P.S. - still haven't forgotten your hat. I feel so flakey :(

Julia

Love these bags! I would gladly take a PDF pattern for them :o)

You're partner is lucky!

-Julia

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