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January 31, 2011

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Miss Rhea

I love old clothespin bags and your fabric selections are awesomely sweet !! Great job, just adorable :) :) :)

Kim

I LOVE it!! You have a great eye for putting the patterns and colors together-it's really cute!!

Gina at Vintage Junk in My Trunk

That's pretty darn adorable. Almost makes me wish I had a clothesline. Almost.

Brenda Kula

And I've been waiting my whole life to find someone who can make me laugh and hold me spell-bound as I read, as you always do. What pretty scraps of fabric you've managed to create with! Yes, I can imagine that as a house dress... Makes me smile.
Brenda

Julie

B - the clothes peg fabric is just FAB - what great choices - I'm with you on dress code - don't think I'd ever get pointed out in a line up (LOL)...J

birdie blue

the peg bag is a d o r a b l e!

i'm the same way with clothes, although in summer i've been know to break out a few floral and gingham shirts.

xo
~molly

nanette

Of course I love them all. Love love the clothespin bag. Love. And that clothespin fabric - amazing.

C. Dianne Zweig

Thanks for stopping by,

Dianne
kitsch n Stuff

LiLi M.

I'm drooling over these vintage fabrics/clothespin bags. I love to dress up, but I am no way intending a robbery. Have a lovely day.

Jenny G.

You first dress bag is super cute! I can't wait to see the others when they are done! And I love the gray fabric- very nice combo.

Nathalie T

Those bags are really cute.
I agree with you on clothes. My wardrobe consists of jeans, t-shirts, and some warm sweaters.

Kathy

Love your color/pattern combinations and I totally understand about the wardrobe issue. Inside my head I want to dress "artsy" but when I put on the clothes and look in the mirror I think I just look goofy.

Into Vintage

I'd like to have a western shirt with pearl snaps in that red & gray fabric. That's about as crazy as my wardrobe gets. And yet I love those vintage fabrics - the more color, the better. I am conflicted.

Diane

That is such a cute creation~ I remember every grandma had one hanging out on her line when I was a little girl~

Jenifir

Only you would have vintage fabric with the clothes pins in the design-I love it! Your clothes pin bags are winning combinations so I cannot wait to see the rest done.
I, of course, always stand out in my wardrobe choices: "Yes officer, she was crazy lady wearing the hat like my Grandmother wore to Church!"

Carol @ Old Glory Cottage

If fabric could speak or make a sound, I'm pretty sure that clothespin fabric would be squealing with delight right now, knowing that it's finally going to be made into a clothespin bag!
I'm not a flashy dresser either. I like to quietly blend in to my surroundings. So why do I wear my Packer stuff in Bear country? Bear fans are nothing but mean!

susan

i love the clothespin bag so cute and the apron looks darling too! by the way that same description could be me too (well i'm a little shorter :) hope all is well! susan

Mitzi Curi

What a coincedence that you have those cute clothespins bags posted...I just found two vintage versions and put them out at my antique mall space for sale. I love that fabric of yours with the clothespins....so adorable!

Packer Fan From Birth

Yes, we're still friends Barbara, despite your football allegiance. I can always overlook my friends' flaws!

Tina

I'm so in love with that red and gray combo!

I've been waiting for some superbowl talk, is it becoming old hat??

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