Thursday, May 21, 2015

Clothes Pin Bags

Spring is in full bloom where I live. We have been enjoying this beautiful season of flowers, gardening, birds and sunshine! One of my favorite things about spring is being able to hang my laundry outside on the clothes line. This year I finally made myself a clothes pin bag. It is extremely handy and cute. I sewed my bag from "calico" cat fabric. It seemed fitting since we have so many cats in our area.
It was such fun to sew that I decided to sew up a couple for my Etsy shop. You can check them out here.
                                                I also added some new aprons.
Also, several of the books in the shop are marked down 50% for a limited time.
Hope you all are enjoying this delightful season! I plan to be back soon with a post of our recent projects. May you have a blessed day!

15 comments:

  1. The clothespin bags are cute! They sure make hanging out laundry more pleasurable, don't they? The apron is lovely as well!

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  2. Dear Sarah ... I love clothes drying on the clothesline. I also love your new treasures for your shop. I am so blessed to have one of your aprons. It is so pretty and I love it so very much. Spring Blessings ♥ Teri

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  3. Your clothespin bags came out darling! I love the bright and cheery fabrics you chose :)

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  4. Oh Sarah! How darling are your new clothes pin bags...? The fabric you used for yours is too sweet! Hanging washing out to dry on a cheerful spring day is so pleasant!
    And the apron you've created is simply lovely - I just love aprons:)
    Have a beautifully blessed day, dear Sarah!
    Much love,
    Kelly-Anne

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  5. Love the grey apron - gorgeous. The cat fabric is super cute. We are heading into winter here, so all the washing is hanging in front of the wood stove!

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  6. Cute bags and love the apron!

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  7. Love the kitty cat pattern---- somehow I remember that fabric pattern. The bags are super nice..room for lots of pins and colorful too. They add joy to the day! Thank you and now to go look at the books you sell.

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  8. Hello, I did pin that apron and clothes pin bag without realizing that you made them! You are such a good seamstress and homemaker! And I know a great Momma! Have a wonderful weekend! Hugs, Roxy

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  9. Yay for sewing useful projects and new shop items! :) I had fun looking at your books. Having you read any of the Elizabeth Goudge books? And if so, can you tell me more about them?

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    1. I have only read "Pilgrim's Inn". It was an excellent story with a variety of interesting characters. I have a couple of other books by Elizabeth Goudge I plan to read eventually. My only hesitation in recommending "Pilgrim's Inn" is the occasional use of bad language (something I try to avoid when reading). I think you would enjoy the story overall, as it is set in World War II England.

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  10. I love the peg bags, I need to make a new one. Your apron is so pretty too, you are very talented.
    Sorry I am late in seeing your post, I have been quite ill & not on the laptop.
    Enjoy your week.
    Fondly Michelle

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    1. I am so sorry to hear you have been ill! I pray you will feel better soon!

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  11. I love seeing laundry hanging in the fresh air, a dryer doesn't have the same appeal :-)
    Your clothes pin bag is lovely.
    Amalia
    xo

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  12. This makes me want to make a new clothespin bag. Mine is not cute!
    Gina

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  13. Your clothespin bags are so cute! :D

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