Saturday, April 6, 2013

Charm Madness Project


Did you follow the Charm Madness Blog Hop?  I sure did - I love pre-cuts for a quick project and there were certainly lots of wonderful projects shared over the three weeks.

I have a box of left over charms from prior projects - and I tend to pull a charm pack or two (or 3) apart to just use parts.  So I used a few of them up with the the Grocery Bag Dispenser tutorial by Rachel of PS i Quilt on the ModaBakeShop site.  These go together so quickly!


I added a decor with ribbon and wooded letter beads with name to personalize.  And I changed the way the hanging tab was applied.  Rather than set it into the seam, I attached it to the outside of the bag with an X crossbar stitching and then covered that with a large button.  A quick project for a housewarming or Christmas gift.

Thank you Chris and Linda for hosting this inspirational and fun blog hop.  Please visit Sewlux HERE to see the other projects completed during the hop.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon 

11 comments:

  1. Great project, Sharon. Like the way you used beads too!

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  2. Great project and so useful.

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  3. Very neat project and so useful in the laundry room or wherever!

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  4. Wow, these turned out too cute. Great job on personalizing them too.

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  5. Love your bags. They are really cute.

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  6. Those are so great - love how you added a personal touch!

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  7. That's a good idea to store plastic trash bags. How do people think of these things! I enjoyed the link. Somehow I missed that blog hop. Good charm pack ideas.

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  8. Great use of charms....I need to make some.

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  9. Good idea...maybe that is what I will make everyone for Christmas next hear, lol!

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  10. Very nice! What a great way to use charms :-)

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