Love those bags--what a neat idea. You never cease to amaze me with the things you come up with. Sharon
Can't wait to see the house finished. Have followed along as the transformation has taken place..what an enormous amount of work. Way to go!!!Great looking bag,love it..where do you find time to do all your crafts???Congratulations on your Blog Anniversary..how time flies. Enjoy your visit. Judi B.
Is Marsel banned from playing too because she is family? Enter me of course, I've been coveting your bags and I have no loom so this is my only hope...
Happy Anniversary! Two whole years! That's a lot of blog posts.
How fun! I love those bags! :o)
Does the mother have to comment in order to get a chance at a bag? You sure are amazing with all your crafts. Love Mom
Happy Blog-erversary!I've been enjoying getting to "know" through your weaving and your home remodeling projects.
Your bags are beautiful! They remind me of various landscapes.Karen
Trying to catch up on all my blog reading! Three days away takes its toll. Happy Blogiversary - two years!! The bag is sooo cute!
Ooo, I like your bags - sign me up! I check your blog once in awhile, it's nice to see what you're up to!Sarah Brock
I want a bag from the bag lady!Love,Bruce
I've been reading your blog lately and I love the idea of "recycling" the bags into ... bags. And I'm a bag nut!
Bags are great...it always amazes me how many ways there are to come up with them.....I hem mine.....some other people turn them sideways so the fringe is on the side......and they weave the handle right in to the bag. I did try it once!Looks like you are having fun!!!
Thanks for taking the time to let me know you stopped by to read my blog!
The shawl with its modifications is completed! How light and airy it is with fingering weight yarn instead of the DK handspun yarn I u...