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Monday, March 22, 2010

Bags!

I haven't posted photos of any of the knitting I finished before Christmas.

So here are a few of the bags! I died the yarn for this one last year -- it's one of my favorites!

You'll note some have polymer clay buttons -- those are by Joanne.

I swear, there isn't anything this wonderful woman can't do.

This one is just a little fun fling kind of bag. Furry, cute, and not very large!

I hate putting on clasps -- on this one, the button is for show; the flap just folds over.

Can't remember if I ever posted this one -- maybe. I love the button on this one too, which came from Williamsburg.

And then, there is always a job for the executive assistant.

Note to cat fans: six or eight inches of i-cord, tied in a knot, make for one of Mr. Gyps' favorite toys!

21 comments:

  1. Those bags are sooooo cute! Great job!!!

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  2. wait....you let your executive assistant play when he should be sewing on buttons for you ?
    you're such an easy boss !

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  3. These are gorgeous! You are a fantastic knitter!

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  4. Lovely bags! The colors are very cheerful. My mother-in-law makes similar bags. The felting process still amazes me. So cool!
    Karla

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  5. Great job on the bags. They are all lovely.
    Blessings!
    Gwen

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  6. I made some similar ones to your red one for my nieces in Ontario...one in pink & one in green. They make great gifts, don't they??

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  7. Wonderful piece of handcraft !!!
    Love it ...

    Hugs to all Kareltje =^.^=

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  8. Jeanie - these are absolutely gorgeous!!! I love the colors.

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  9. Beautiful bags and I'm honored you used some of my buttons; you gave them very good homes.

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  10. Wow - these are fabulous - you are so creative. I love the little furry one and all the colours are great too. What do you use them for? Like the little fairy in the planter box - Looks like Mr Gypsy did too.

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  11. Oh, your good. I love them all. Loop at Mr. G and the faery. Too cute!!!! xo

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  12. What fun! Felting is always such an amazing process -- always a surprise, always a delight. I love the colors you've used, and all the wonderful trimmings -- beautiful bags!

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  13. I love all your purses, Jeanne, especially the pretty blue one new the top. What do you do with them? I love crochet hats and scarve but then end up with piles of them all over the place.

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  14. These are all quite impressive!

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  15. I Love your felted purses! They are awesome! Felting is on my list of "learn how to do one day" If I get to "retire" this summer I might actually get to it.
    XOXOXOX

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  16. These are wonderful!! thanks for sharing the photos.

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  17. Well you WERE busy weren't you. Each one is gorgeous!!!
    I am a crocheter, never could get my knitting to cooperate, but of course that was years and years ago ... maybe ... well I'll put it on the list of things to try ... very soon I'm going to play with felting flowers
    must go back for another look at your creativity Jeanie!
    oxo

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  18. Scrumptious is the word that comes to mind for your bags!

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  19. Fab knitting and I love to see the Gypsy keeping it all under supervision. The bags are lovely. I'm jealous as knitting is a skill that eludes me. I can do basic stuff but the minute I have a problem my mum has to fix it for me. Hope it's all less busy now and you're keeping well and crafty.

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  20. Greatl...amazing, i was looking for something like this and i found it..thank you car rent in pune

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