Been making

G'day all!

I've been a busy bee recently. I've been making things.

Things like these:



This one is my favourite so far. It isn't quite finished - I need some green thread to sew around the contrast unless I decide the brown will do instead. Mebbe brown with a pattern. Yeah!

Scuse the wrinkles - guess I am going to have to get handy with the iron! This one is larger than the rest.

Here's my question. Would you buy such baggies? Why or why not? What do you think is a reasonable price for a roughly 8" x 8" baggie (20cm X 20cm)? They are soft bags without interfacing. I've put my four from the other day into use and am happy with them even though they don't have cords to close them. Having my WIPs in bags is amazing for me - they usually get dragged around, dropped on the floor, tangled with each other....

I have a knitting FO to show off too, but that can wait for another day!



  1. I would buy something like this from you! Though I do have my own sewing machine and might just have to steal this idea! Muaha. Just kidding, it would be nice not to have yarn flying everywhere when I crochet, and this would definitely help that situation. Portable too!

  2. love your favourite one, totally keep the green top on it!!

  3. They are lovely bags :)

  4. You have been so busy: love the socks, the beret and the bags are so cute!!! Love the extra special stitching. We have had hardly any rain so I am hoping Autumn will be much wetter. My neighbour is furnishing me with zucchini, tomatoes, capsicum and garlic from her garden. You are right about garden food tasting best.


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