27/02/2013

WOYWW 195

I'm still working on the wedding stationery at my desk this week, so as I can't let you see it yet, here are some of the items made at the weekend as ideas for my Creative Craft class.  Another carrier bag store and a wee peg bag to match.  For the lettering I used some new alphabet dies - they work really well with felt and then just stitched them on.  I have a nice pattern for a cupcake shaped oven gloves so I might try those next if I can get some heat proof wadding. 
To visit all the other work desks this week, visit Julia's blog HERE.

17 comments:

  1. Great creative make, Love the material its so pretty x Happy WOYWW Heather #85

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  2. love the two sewing items the fabric is pretty and they are such great ideas that we could all use in our homes.
    Happy WOYWW hope you have a great day
    Ria #48

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  3. Lovely peg bag Bernice
    Have a good week
    :)
    Laura
    111

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  4. I've used that fabric!! It's so bright and breezy, love it :) I really like that peg bag..is it a commercial pattern? If so, could I be cheeky and ask which one, hope you don't mind. I prefer it to the one I've got!
    Hugs, LLJ 38 xxx

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  5. Fabulous! love the peg bag! can you believe I haven't used pegs since moving over here? They don't allow washing lines here, I have to tumble dry everything although in the summer I do sneak out an airer and dry our thick things!!!! I do miss the sight of washing blowing in the breeze!
    Debxx #124

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  6. Lovely makes, Bernice, love the striped fabric. And the letters look super on the peg bag. Hope the wedding stationery doesn't take up too much of your time, cupcake shaped oven gloves sound a treat :) Have a great WOYWW. Elizabeth x #104

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  7. Truly gorgeous hun...:o)

    biggest of hugs Vicky xx

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  8. Those are really beautiful Bernice, is this a class for school or outside of it?

    Hugs
    Brenda 112

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  9. awesome project! Love the striped fabric. I remember using the clothesline and having a peg bag. The area we live in now doesn't allow a clothes line!!! I know not such smart founders of this addition. I have a dryer I use all the time and if it can't go in there it goes to a drying rack in the garage. Hope you have a great week! Thanks for visiting my desk and leaving such a nice comment and also for sharing with us! Vickie #41

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  10. Your bags are awesome and I really love the fabric. Thanks for stopping by my blog today. @107

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  11. Hi Bernice, yes I love that fabric too, I remember when I had a lovely peg bag too (don't know what happened to it) right now my pegs are in a boring plastic basket thingy.

    My new paper pad has been used already (for the mini chest of drawers) and I'm happy to say the owl's eyes opened beautifully this morning when I made my first cuppa.
    Cheers,
    Elaine #51

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  12. I so need one of them. I leave my pegs on the line and I am forever having to replace them when they rot away! Can't wait to see the cards!

    Happy WOYWW
    MA (4)

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  13. Lovely makes! Happy WOYWW! Nan #1

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  14. love the shopping bag storage, I need to make one of those, we are overrun with plastic bags! happy WOYWW Lindsay #134

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  15. Ooh go you - what nice ideas! If you base classes on useful and pretty ideas am perfectly sure you'll get take up...I tend to only make these things if I remove myself from the house!

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  16. love the peg bag I need one of those, so I may have to get the sewing machine out and then ask my friend to do it lol. Tracy #72

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  17. Your bags are great - love the colors. April #151

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