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Sew, Mama, Sew! Giveaway Day

I know nothing I give away this time will be as popular as my Lowly Worm doll from the last Sew, Mama,Sew! Giveaway… but I have so many Christmas presents left to make that there’s no way I have time to make another Lowly. I’ve already spent too much time fretting about what to give away, so I finally decided to post two options. The winner can pick which item he/she would like, the other will be for a Yankee Swap at a family party next weekend!

First up is a denim tote bag with leather handles based on this tutorial at Between the Lines. The photo shows two bags I made last summer. The actual bag I’m giving away is probably the size of the bag on the right,  about 12″ wide and 15″ tall.  It was too dark here today take a decent picture, so I figured the older picture was better.

Next is a pair of felt gingerbread guys from “Fa La La La Felt.” You may recall that I posted about them before. I think they are cute, but my husband thinks they are a bit creepy looking. So I’m happy to send them to a home where they will be better appreciated!

In the spirit of the holidays, no need to jump through hoops for a chance to win. Just leave me a comment! If you feel like it, tell me about the best handmade gift you’re giving this year.

Comments will close Friday night and I’ll announce the winner Saturday morning. I will ship internationally.

172 comments to Sew, Mama, Sew! Giveaway Day

  • Oh, yes. That is when I started reading your blog – last Sew Mama Sew day when I saw that lovely Lowly.

    The best hand made gift I’m giving this year is zipper pouches…. mostly because I finally decided to try sewing a zipper and found out how simple it is! What was I afraid of?

    Love your giveaway. Thanks for the chance to win.

  • These bags are gorgeous, and your barely creepy little felt ornaments are stinkin’ adorable.

    This year I’ve made seven seahorses. I love them for toddler toys. 😀

    Thanks for the chance to win!

  • Diannne

    My best gift is one of those toteable houses with some peg people for my granddaughter.P.S. I would love one of your denim bags. Thanks for the giveaway.

  • Oh, what fun! My best handmade gift this year is a tie between these cute Advent gum packs and a homemade Justin Bieber notebook. (I love the notebook for its creativity, not the Bieber!)

    I think it’s funny that your husband says the gingerbread guys are creepy. Isn’t he the one that said your cute cute CUTE ruffly shirt looked matronly? He sure is funny.

    And I read the comment by Grace and thought to myself: “But zippers ARE hard, right?” I’m still too chicken to try them, but encouraged by Grace.

  • Lisa

    What fun prizes! Thanks for the chance to win :)

  • I’ve been reading you since the Lowly-give away :)
    I didn’t win a Lowly, hopefully I will win a denim bag.

    This year I crochet based-on-grannysquares market bags to all female in the family.

    (Last year there was a crocheted Lowly for my son (it’s my daughter in the pic))

  • I like the character of the slightly creepy gingerbread men!

    I don’t have the time or energy for handmade this Christmas (9 week old baby in the house + a toddler). The best present I made this year was Star Wars pot holders as a housewarming gift for my brother.

  • rebecca

    I’d love a bag like that! My best handmade gift so far has been a pink kangaroo from a My Little Mochi pattern- too cute!

  • lovely bags, i’m so in favor for handmade christmas, otherwise i’m just not giving material gifts

  • I absolutely love the denim bag!

  • Gem

    I heart that bag. Simple and gorgeous!!
    Still making handmade goodies for xmas – brooches and maybe a few cushions
    I’m having a giveaway if you want to pop over to my blog.

  • I have made some jewellery rolls for my girlfriends this year. You can see them on my blog. I don’t find your gingerbread guys creepy at all and I would love them in my house!

  • ~Heather

    Hmmm… Costumes for my kids have been the most fun to make and give. And they use them so much, it definitely makes it worthwhile!

  • Okay, I really wanna win!

  • Violeta Petrova

    Thanks for the giveaway

  • Thanks for the awesome giveaway! I have the “Fa La La La Felt” book, and my mom thinks that those two little guys in it are creepy, too. I think they’re sweet. :)

    I’m appliquing towels and pillowcases for my cousin’s kids (their names on them), so I hope that’ll turn out good. :)


  • Nancy Cornwell

    Love that bag! And my toddler will love the gingerbread guys!

  • Amy in ne

    Love the gingerbread! TOO CUTE!

  • Heather

    Oh my those gingerbread men are super cute!! I would love to add them to my cmas decorations!!
    Thanks for the great giveaway!

  • Jasmine

    My daughter is getting a mermaid doll from the Wee Wonderfuls book…I love her blue cordouroy hair so much, I may have to make a tiny mermaid pin just for me!

  • My favourite handmade thing this year is a crazy quilted mitten shaped ornament I made the the gift exchange at our guild.

  • Megan Presley

    Sadly I’m not making any homemade gifts this year. (Being 34 weeks pregnant hasn’t helped there any!) What a lovely bag! Thanks for the chance to win!

    sales4mp at gmail dot com

  • I’m making initial ornaments out of felt that i’m excited about.

  • I love both the bag and the gingerbread men! :)

  • rae

    i love the gingerbread cuties!! i am working on a dress up outfit for my daughter based on a favorite book, princess in the forest by sybille von olfers.

  • Amy V

    I’d love a chance to win. I am making my son with size 12 feet a pair of hand knit socks this year….BIG JOB!!

  • Trinity

    Cute stuff, and my daughter would love playing with the gingerbread people! My favorite handmade gift this year will be matching tutus for my daughter and her bff. Thanks for the generous giveaway, and happy holidays!

  • I’m working on a set of hand-embroidered, quilted princess pillows for my daughter…time consuming, but lovely!

    I’m hosting a giveaway too, so pop on over if you have some time…

  • I think the I Spy quilt I made is my favorite handmade gift for this year. Although I made my daughter a coat, too, that I’m proud of – it’s just not an official gift =)

  • oh my, these are really nice prizes~the gingerbread men are too cute!

  • Amy

    If I get around to making it I plan on making a batman ninja toy for my son who is obsessed with batman, and I make and sell plush ninja toys. I guess you could say I’m a bit obsessed with ninjas. I have a ninja giveaway on

  • Awesome! Love those bags.

  • Amy

    I love the zombie look of those felties! We are making paper garlands from my daughter’s artwork and book dust covers. She’s helping, so it feels like a real experience for her too. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Tara H.

    Thanks for the great giveaway! I am having a great time making key fobs for gifts this Christmas.

  • Lee

    Lovely blog:) I love the bag!
    The best homemade thing I have done this year is to make fabric gift wrap and bags…I made them to fit any occassion so they can be passed on and on:)
    Thank you and Merry Christmas!

  • Wonderful giveaway! Thanks!

  • Ooo, great giveaway! I love the bag!

    The best homemade gift… I’m making my mom a sweater vest, and although it’s not done, I think it will be great!

  • Jen

    Lovely bags! I love the knitted hats I’m giving to my kids!

  • Sheila V.

    Great giveaway! This year is the first year I’ve made gifts myself. I think the ones I like the best are the album I’m making for my dad that will have a lot of sentimental value and the stuffed monster doll I am making for my son.

  • I love the jeans-bag! I plan to make a cute little dress for my brothers firstborn for christmas.

  • My husband also disagrees with me on what crafts are “cute.” :) Shows what he knows….

  • These are all fantastic!!! That bag is so great – LOVE the top of it, and those gingerbread guys are AMAZING! They are so totally my style! And yes…my husband often tells me my stuff is creepy! LOL!
    jinglesells at gmail dot com

  • Holly U

    Love the bag! thanks for the chance!

  • Max

    I am making owl softies using recycled wool and funky quilting fabric for the bellies – for my nieces. They are turning out awesome!!

    Thanks for a chance to win

  • aaawwww, those gingerbread guys are not creepy – they’re adorable! great giveaway!

  • Thank you for the chance to win!


  • That Lowly doll was inspiring. I remembered it and am even planning on trying to make one for my daughter’s best friend’s birthday! I’d love to win one of those cute bags. thanks!

  • Sarah

    Such cute ginger-men! I would appreciate them. :)

    My birthday is the 17th, and winning would make the day extra-special.

    I’m making a plush green duck for a friend this Christmas. It was a special request and is so cute!

  • Amanda

    I was really excited about a map/corkboard that I was making for my husband but I think I’m overhauling the idea and have to start over. :-(

  • dana

    lol. I just looked at Lowly worm from last year as he was a childhood favorite! Well done!
    These bags and ginger folks are also lovely (not creepy!), but I think I would use the bag more.
    Good luck on your giveaway!

  • Your bags are perfect for shopping. And, the gingerbread men/people (?) are adorable!

    I’m participating in the Sew, Mama, Sew Giveaway Day! I hope you have time to stop over and enter my giveaway at

    Merry Christmas!

    Homemaker Honey
    homemakerhoney @gmail .com

  • Kristin

    Both are cool, but I LOVE the gingerbread men! The creepiness is the best part! It’s almost like they might come to life and steal your silverware. 😉


  • Thank you for sharing.

    I am having a giveaway on my blog as well – a gift card sponsored by CSN Stores. Please do enter

  • Ohh, what beautiful bags! Love the colors. My son and I just finished a monster doll named Toothy as a gift for his sister. Super cute and fun. Thanks for the chance!

  • Liz

    I make handmade ornaments every year for each of the family. I’m making skirts for the girls this year too.
    Love your blog!

  • i love the wee gingerbread. too cute! i’m making a few things for Christmas this year. but if they turn out i think the monkeys i’m making for our wee sons will be the best. cheers!

  • michele

    Thanks for the giveaway! Too cute…

  • I’ve been making candles to give to friends…and quilted mug rugs! Love what you make! Hugs! ♥

  • Kayla

    I love the felt Gingerbread men..they are not at all creepy!

  • i’m making my daughter a little quilt for her baby doll, to go along with the vintage doll cradle i found while thrifting:)

    stephanie dot e dot carroll at gmail dot com

  • LOVE the felt gingerbread men… sort of creepy, but in a fabulous way. They are awesome!

  • Jamie

    A hat made from wool from my sheep that I spun, dyed, and knit!

  • Susan

    Very cute stuff!! I’m a scarf maker and giver myself. That and I love to bake sweets and give.

  • LOVE the bags! Giving away lots of sweet treat this year-had to sample some first, though!

  • Those little gingerbread men are ADORABLE.
    I’m not sure what the best handmade gift was, but I am most excited to give my mom a bag I made her for her crochet projects.

  • Candace Henderson

    Thank for such a great giveaway! I love those bags and would be happy to have it!!!! Hope you have a great holiday. I have tons of little things left.. .wallets, frames, scarf! Ugh!

  • I love this bag!! The best handmade gift I’m giving this year has yet to made…

  • Vanessa

    I love it! This year I am making a quilt for my nephew’s bed. I hope I’ll finish on time for Xmas!

  • sweet giveaway, love the little ginger bread people. texhelena(at)aol(dot)com

  • Sarah M

    My best gift that I’ve actually made or that I still think is going to happen? lol I’m attempting to knit three hats. but have actually made felted sweater Christmas stockings and I really love how they’ve turned out.


  • i think this is a great giveaway!
    merry christmas!

  • Claire

    I have three nieces, and I am making them a purse(6 yrs), an art smock( 2 yrs), and a playmat(1 yr). Almost done all of them!

    Love the giveaway…

    kennedycraft (at) aol (dot) com

  • StephanieS

    The best handmade gift I’m giving this year is an ornament to my son. Thanks for the chance to win. Happy Christmas. stephspitzer at gmail dot com

  • Alyssa

    I am making my sister a pair of earrings from little chunks of metal with fabric glued on. Sounds weird, but looks pretty darn good. Thanks for the giveaway!

  • Jenn M

    Those felt gingerbread men are adorable!

  • A girl can never have too many bags. Thanks for the chance to win :-)

  • moonsword

    i’m giving peanut butter brownies :)
    thanks for the giveaway!

  • I’m only making a couple of gifts this year (had planned for more, but recipients don’t want/won’t appreciate them). A very good friend of mine requested mittens for Christmas, and they’re currently winging their way to her *fingers crossed* that she likes them!

  • Karen

    My best is a t shirt quilt I am working on for my husband. Happy Holidays!

  • Lora W.

    Thank you so much for the giveaway. I love the bag and those CUTE gingerbread men can have a new home at my house. I’m not making anything this year, as we are renovating the bathroom. What a nightmare.

  • Persia

    I saw those bags before and really liked the simple design of them!
    Also your blog is really nice looking I’m gonna look around some more :)

  • I am loving the leather handles on the bags – I had never thought of doing that. And I think the gingerbread men are cute, not scary too lol! I see you are in NH, is that right? I’m in NH too, in Nashua – where are you?!

  • I love your little Gingerbread Guys!

  • I am handpainting some plates to go with cookies as gifts for cousins… and i love both the bags and the ornaments!!

  • Dianna Townsend

    I love the bags they are simple, beautiful and practical. Thank you for sharing.

  • Gill

    I was so disappointed not to win Lowly last time!!
    Great bags! I’m making mugrugs this year

  • Leigh Anne

    My best gift will prob be a ruffled apron :)

  • Brenda

    I clicked back on Lowly Worm; don’t know how I missed that last year. I had the pleasure of introducing my old busy town books to my little grandsons this year. They are loving them! I like the denim bags as I am a saver of jean leg backs for projects such as these. I am creating a “studio” space (a whole room!) this year so homemade is going to be maple syrup and grape jam (both from our property) and soap (deer and sheep fat) probably. Hope my studio happens so I can get back to sewing!

  • My fav homemade gift I’m giving away this year is a scarf I made for my brother. Your giveaways are lovely, I’d love to win that bag! :)
    Thank you for the chance to win!

  • Lisa

    My favorite gift I am giving are little homemade for my daughters and niece to use in their toy kitchens, complete with matching towels and pot holders. Love the bag!

  • I love that bag so much. I think I would use it all the time! I made so many handmade gifts this year and it has been so much fun! Thanks for the great giveaway!

    cmgedge at hotmail dot com

  • Serena

    The gingerbread men are too cute! The best homemade gift I’m giving will be a doll sling for a little girl. Thank you for the giveaway!

  • robyn

    I think the felt guys are creepy too. But I like them!

    Thanks for the giveaway! Robyn (dot) Geddes (at) gmail (dot) com

  • I don’t think the gingerbread men are creepy – in fact I have a 2 year old that would think they are delicious (and if given the chance would try and eat them *sigh*) I’d love either of your giveaways, they’re wonderful! Thanks for the chance to enter and Merry Christmas!

  • Stephanie

    Great giveaway!! I love these items. My new husband and I just got married so we have not had much time to be crafty this holiday season, but we are looking forward to baking some yummy treats together to give away as gifts next week :)

  • nellana

    I am giving my daughter several hair clips in her stocking.

  • great giveaway! i don’t think those gingerbread men are creepy at all. best handmade gift i’m giving: the cutest little apron for my niece in tiny cupcake print.

    thanks for the opportunity to win!

  • Marilyn W

    A friend and I get together once a month (more often if we can) and quilt pot holders or placemats or fabric bowls (that’s the last 3 years) for our neighborhood bunco group. We average 12 – 20 gifts and it isn’t so hard (monotonous) if they are spread throughout the year.

    This year we made placemats using strips of Christmas fabrics (most of which we had on hand) using the stitch and flip quilt as you go method.

    At least 2 of the ladies teared up when we passed them around at our Christmas bunco party.

    That makes all the hassle and bother COMPLETELY worth it…to know that they appreciate what we do.

    Would love to win your giveaway.


    marilynjw1971 (at) gmail (dot) com

  • Catherine

    Wow! I love both!

  • I made a fun crocheted headband for my sister.

  • My best present has to be a stuffed frog cushion for one of my favorite little boys.

  • hmmm, I’ve made several, but I think the 2 tree skirts I made for my brother and sister’s family’s are pretty darned fabulous. Thanks for your give away – please come and enter mine if you haven’t already!

  • My second son has asked for very random things this year and one of them is Christmas pajamas so that is what I am making and I know he will love them!

  • Tabitha

    Oh, the bags are great. Lowly worm would’ve been so neat too! have a happy holiday!

  • I love the bags, very simple chic!

  • Emily

    Very simple but stunning!

  • Heidi

    I love fabric market totes. The leather handles are a great touch.
    This year everything I am giving is handmade. My favorite is a vintage style tablecloth that I am hand embroidering for my mother. The designs are kitchy birdies with spoons, teacups, bowls, etc.

    hugs from snowy Ontario, Canada

  • Maggie

    I love the tote with the leather handles. I’m making a tote for my boyfriend’s mom this year.

  • Christie

    Cute gingerbread men! I’m trying to finish up doll quilts for my daughters and also am making them Christmas PJ’s.

  • Theresa

    Love to gingerbread men – too cute!

  • Pam R

    I just taught myself to sew this summer but I’ve made a doll and some doll clothes and quilt for my daughter and a pirate doll, monkey, treasure chest and dress up clothes for my son for Christmas.

  • Love your bags! Thanks for entering me :-)

  • Katy

    I’m making a scarf for my mom!

  • Cinnamon

    I think those little guys are totally cute! Thank you for the giveaway. scarletteandcinnamon(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Hilary

    Fun Giveaway- thanks for the chance to win!

    I’m making a wedding cake topper for my fiance : )

  • Dana

    Gorgeous! I would love to win!
    I’m making gallon of milk sized reusable grocery totes with matching foldable grocery sacks for all of my families this year. In colors to suit their personalities, of course!

  • Aw, the creepy little felt dolls are awesome! I don’t actually think they’re creepy at all. :)

    I think the best handmade gift I’m making this year is a quilt for my almost-three year old. I’m new to quilting and totally overwhelmed, but he’s seen the top and didn’t want to give it back so that I can finish the quilt. :) Or perhaps my little sister’s hair pillow. She was diagnosed with a very aggressive breast cancer earlier this year and she let me save some of her (amazing, super soft, auburn) hair to use as stuffing.

    Thank you for the giveaway!

  • Who doesn’t love a roomy, groovy bag? I love bags that let me get a lot of use out of them. These are fab. And I love the little gingerbread art dolls. Handmade dolls make me smile. I have a very small collection that I adore. Never too old for doll babies! Thank you for such a fun gifting on the giveaway. Tina

  • Oh, as I am giving almost only handmade gifts this year I hope that they all will turn out great! :-)
    I will post about all of them on my blog once I finish them … SIGH Some of them are beanbags with removeable covers, a stickhorse, a hooded scarf, a Christmastree cushion, an owl mobile …. I always keep forgetting some …
    Thanks for this great giveaway!
    Come by my blog and enter mine if you want to!
    Ms Muffin
    ulli-xox [at]web[dot]de

  • claudia

    What a wonderful idea!
    Nothing better than a handmade gift!
    God bless you.
    Kind regards from Germany.

    Socks! All sorts of.. the whole family will get warm feet :-)

  • oh, husbands and their refusal to homemade Christmas ornaments…
    I *L*O*V*E* the little felted guys !
    Thanks for this great giveaway !

  • Hi!
    Great giveaway!
    Merry Christmas!

  • Creepy? I think those little “gingerbread guys” are so adorable. I love making handmade gifts especially for Christmas. It is fun to think up ideas for each person on the list. Sometimes, however, I make lots of the same things to share. Last year I bought handmade soaps on Etsy. Then crocheted scrubbies myself for every on my list…lots of oohs and aahs.

    Thanks for the giveaway and the chance to win.


  • aurore

    The worm is sweet but that bag in amazing.

    Thank you so much for the chance,

  • Pah – no way are they creepy, so so cute! Love this giveaway and your beautiful blog :-)

  • AlwaysInspired

    I’m giving a quilt to my Auntie this year and I can’t wait to see her reaction!

    Lovely giveaway!

  • Camille

    I love the little touch of a jingle bell at the top of your gingerbread guys! They’re really cute! I made a bunch of tile coasters as gifts, and they came out really well, and I might be making a few other things in the coming weeks … we’ll see :)

  • Cute cute cute! I’m knitting a pair of socks for dh this year :)

  • I knitted mini-little socks for keyholders. Made my own christmas cards and sent akeyholder with it…..

  • karen p.

    your bags are really neat!

  • Love the bags! I didn’t end up making much for gifts but we did make our Christmas tree from driftwood. Pretty proud of it. Oh and we did make all our Christmas cards!

    juicylu at yahoo dot com

  • Liz

    Best gift I am giving this year, a sewing kit and sewing lessons for my 10 year old niece who loves sewing!

  • Amy

    Both so cute. I especially love the timeless simplicity of the bags. Thansk for teh chance to win :)

  • oh my gosh – i LOVE that bag! awesome giveaway. i’m most excited about an anniversary gift i’m workin on for my husband -our 10th anniversary is on the 23rd! :) lora

  • The best handmade gift I am giving is cookies, 4 different kinds. They are going to neighbours, caregivers and of course into the little mouths of my family.
    Your gingerbread people are gorgeous! not creepy!!

  • I am giving handmade eye patches and treasure bags made from mens neck ties!! Woohoo!!

    xo Steph

  • The best thing I’m giving away this year is a quilt that I can’t seem to get right. I am running out of time. Probably should be working on that today instead of on the computer….

  • I am trying to give away mostly handmade gifts this year. The one I’m most excited about giving is an outfit I made for my niece. I made the Oliver + S Sunday Brunch Jacket and skirt. I just hope it fits her!

  • Jenny

    Great giveaway! I LOVE the gingerbread guys!!!! The bag is super cute, but those gingerbread guys are awesome. :) Thanks for the chance to win! The best handmade gifts I’m giving this year are shirts and bag that I’ve screen printed.

    okiedokiemama at yahoo dot com

  • Oh, these guys are adorable!!

  • Great bags and cute (not creepy) gingerbread men!
    I just finished a quilt for a friend who is having a baby, that isn’t technically a Christmas gift but I love it. I have signed on to do the Green Grocery Bag challenge so I have been making a lot of bags to wrap gifts in.

  • Laura

    The bags are my favorite!

  • Oh my, the denim tote is so simple but chic! And the gingerbread guys are pretty awesome themselves. Thanks for the lovely giveaway and have a happy handmade Christmas!

  • crazyestonian

    I am not sure what the best made present will be this year. Maybe the stranded mittens for my dad? Maybe the candles we decorated with my daughter? Last year the hat for my husband won the best title, he wears it constantly even though it is not the first hat I’ve made him.

    It is funny, I loved those gingerbread men but my husband thought them creepy as well :)

  • adriane

    Thank you for the simple giveaway! I really adore the bag and love (the slightly creepy) dolls! 😉
    THanks for the chance!


    Lovely bag I’d love to win it…well my dad goes to work early in the morning and the winters are specially tough on him so I made him a tea wallet with lots of pockets to keep his favourite coffee and tea bags, stirrer etc and I also found a lil cup that collapses flat and a matching flask for hot water and I sent it by post…he was so thrilled and I was so so happy :)

  • Melanie

    I love these! Thank you for the chance!’

  • Julie B

    I love anything denim, and I am a tote bag freak, so there you go..I love this giveaway.

  • hi holly…i made fabric garland for my college roommates/friend and their families..felt so good to get them mailed out just after Thanksgiving…and we are enjoying the extra one here at our house!

  • I am giving Oreo Truffles this year to all of my teacher friends, (I am a Middle School special needs first year teacher). I am very excited to do so!

    I love both of these giveaways, but I must admit the gingerbread men are absolutely darlin’. Thanks for this giveaway! :)

    Merry Christmas!

    cthompson4 at liberty dot edu

  • Kim

    A western quilt. Thanks for the fun giveaway.

  • JenniferB

    I am making fuzzy little shoes for the babies in the family and little drawstring pouches for the bigger ones to put toys or favorite things to carry around

  • Terri

    A fishing game for my little guy. Just bought some fun colorful fat quarters to make the fish. : )
    I love those bags. They came out wonderful. I’ve been wanting to make them myself. Great job!!!

  • I made my mom a laptop sleeve and my dad a kindle cover – the kindle cover almost killed me, so I will claim it as the “best” even though it isn’t the prettiest 😉

    Thanks for the chance!

  • katie

    Those bags are beautiful, i love the denim. I made a rag quilt for my step sons bed, i only hope he loves it as much as i do. Thanks

  • Anita

    Cute and practical – I love it!

  • Awesome giveaway i hope i can win.

  • Tara A

    What a wonderful giveaway! My favorite gift I’m making a name banner for my sisters baby.

  • I love your giveaway! I think the best gift I am making this year is the embroidered pillow I am making for my sister.

  • Kiera Griffin

    Love love love! Happy I stumbled upon your blog…. up way to late reading….

  • Such fun finding new crafty blogs during these giveaways!

  • Mandy



  • Lynne

    Beautiful bag! Thanks for the great giveaway!

  • I love the gingerbread men! My husband would think they were creepy as well, but in a nice way. Also love the bag; a great size.

  • Mandy Court

    love the bag!

  • Deb

    I love blogs that are simple and not doing a ton of things to enter….that’s because I’m fighting against deadlines here to visit the rest of the blogs! LOL! Thanks! I’d love to win your wonderful giveaway.

  • Awesome giveaway! Sadly, my handmade gifts won’t be ready in time… But when the Dr Who socks I’m knitting are done, they will be the best :)

  • Joyce mosby

    i am in the middle of pjs for everyone. the gifts are fun.

  • Thanks for the great giveaway!

  • Thanks for the great giveaway!

  • […] of a fabric and snap closure, I used a button and a scrap of leather leftover from these denim bags I made way back in 2010! If I remember correctly, I spent $5 or $7 on a leather jacket at a thrift […]

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