Sunday, December 13, 2009

Gift Bags

Why whip up one bag when you could whip up dozens???
It's not quite a dozen......yet.
I love these bags for EVERYTHING.
I keep my crocheting in one.
Embroidery in another.
Hand work of anykind.
I've even been known to use them as shoe bags in my luggage.
Yeah, I have lots around.
These are for some particular little girls that are getting some embroidery kits for Christmas!
Ready or not......Christmas is almost here!!

In-Town Bags by Amy Butler

Pattern offers two different styles of bag.


  1. Love the bags and yes, they are soooooooooooooooo cute!!

  2. what a great project bag! and a very sweet gift. well done.

  3. Am I the only one that finds that Amy Butler pattern pic creepy? It looks like hands are coming out from under the top skirt! Or maybe an udder holding another purse.

    Sorry. That particular pattern has just always creeped me out.

    I love your cute bags!

  4. Wendy, I was pondering the same thing....'who was the wonderchild behind this design cover'?

    But creepy? No. It takes a whole lot more to creep me out. ;)

  5. I have this pattern and have even made a few. Genius though on using them for EVERYTHING! I might have to make a few for some girls on my list.

  6. So, so cute Des! You are so talented! I wish I had a dab of your creativity and talent! We miss you guys!

  7. I hadn't even noticed the hands (or udder!) under the skirt...that is a little odd.

    I could use a dozen (or 2) of those fun little bags...I still have teacher gifts, neighbor gifts and VT gifts to do. Ay Carumba!

  8. How can a girl have too many bags? Not possible. These are spectacular.