Sunday, August 12, 2007

Paying it Forward

A number of years ago, a friend of mine made this little roll bag for me. I've used it almost every time I sit down to do hand work, ever since. I keep some thread, needles, pins, applique pins, scissors and a thimble in my bag so it's ready at a moment's notice, whenever I want to do some applique, bind a quilt, hem a pair of pants, sew on a button...whatever!






Since I love mine so much, I decided that they would make great gifts for those who responded to my Pay It Forward post. I hope they like them! They will be in the mail sometime this week...

7 comments:

San / Gypsy Quilter said...

Ohh lovely. Can you post instructions?

peggy said...

I was going to ask, also, if there might be a tutorial in the works. Very sweet and useful.

Angie said...

Ooooh me too, me too LOL *arms waving in the air* ROFL I LOVE, LOVE LOVE your roll bag!!! Could we, pretty pretty please????, have instructions? :> Your recipients are going to be veeerrryy happy with these treasures! :D

Judy said...

Looks like we all have the same idea (instructions please?) :>) These are cool little bags! They would be fun to show/do at my September retreat. Great colors, too!

You have reason to be proud of Grace - she is quite a lovely young lady!!

Jeanne said...

These will make lovely gifts for your Pay It Forward recipients.

Yvonne said...

Those are great little bags...I really like that idea.

ForestJane said...

Very nice!

I love the colors of the one in the last picture with the pink flowers and blue. :)