Sunday, September 12, 2010

Snap Happy Sunday

A goal for Charming Girls Club is finished. These are Snap Happy bags designed by Stitchin Sisters.

I want to say that these Halloween prints have been in my stash since working in the quilt shop over 10 years ago.

32 comments:

Magnolia Bay Quilts said...

Those are precious! I've gotta give that a try. Thanks so much for sharing the link.

Sharon said...

Adorable! and I love the Halloween fabrics!

Barb said...

I need to get off my duff and make some of those....

Yours are fun!!

Sharon said...

Are these the ones using a metal measuring tape? I'm hoping my gal pal has made me one of these as a gift. They look cute. Were they easy?

Carol said...

OMG those are so much FUN!

Shakerwood said...

And you were worried you wouldn't be able to finish them in time . . . . Doesn't it feel good to finish something?!

Stitched With Prayer said...

Mary, These bags are so precious, so much fun. Love that fabric. I think I'd like to give them a try! Also I was playing catch up on your blog cause I've been down for a bit, and I'm so happy to see that you finally got your problem with the GO! Bountiful Baskets handle worked out. They too are way cute. Pin cushions are a great idea! Hugs coming to you...

onlymehere said...

That's the beauty of fabric, it doesn't go bad! These bags are really cute and what a fun idea to use Halloween prints on them. I love October and all the colors involved in it. Love the way the crisp leaves sound on a road I frequently travel as they blow across the road! Bring on Autumn!

call me crazy said...

Very cute! Isn't it nice to get a goal checked? :-)

Angie said...

I ordered the pattern for these a while back. I need to get to work on them. They are cute! You wouldn't think that fabric was that old!!

Darlene said...

These are adorable.

Sue-Anne said...

They are really cute little purses and always good to use up some fabric from the stash.

WoolenSails said...

Those are really cute bags. I won some laurel burch fabric, I should try some small bags with it.

Debbie

Shelley said...

Wow! You're going right to t0wn with those Mary LOL! Like these ones!

Thim3 said...

Very Cute Bags...I have that pattern but haven't made one yet. After seeing yours I might get that pattern out tonight.

Wendy said...

It's a good time to use up those Halloween prints, the snappy bags are so adorable.

Carol said...

Adorable! You're having fun with that pattern, I might have to dig mine out and give it a go.

Pat said...

I won some of those snappy bags once and love them! Yours look very nice, Mary.

Little Lady Patchwork said...

Cute little bags! And the fabric still looks fresh and fun :0)

XOXO,
Stefanie

BTW-I am tired of this HOT weather!

Tonya said...

those are just plum snappy....i love em'

Polly said...

Just as cute as can be!! Love the Halloween fabrics!!

SewCalGal said...

Very cute. But now, I WANT, I WANT, I WANT. I'm going to go track down a copy of that pattern now. Very cute.

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Lori said...

Adorable little bags! You've been busy!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Great fabric for your Snap Happy bags Mary!

QuiltSue said...

Right, now I'm just going to have to order that pattern. Darn it, another thing to add to my To-Do list before Christmas.

Kim D. said...

Your bags are so adorable!! I received one of those bags at a retreat last year, it's great for just about anything.

Stephanie said...

Very cute bags. How fun you finally found a use for such fun fabric.

Debi said...

Your bags are adorable..which reminds me I need to start getting my gifties in order!

Carrie P. said...

Very cute way to use "vintage" fabric.:D

Stray Stitches said...

What cute bags! And such a great fall accessory with the fabrics you selected

Quilts And Pieces said...

Oh way too cute!

corinne said...

Very cute! The fabric is great