Thursday, October 30, 2008

Show and Tell ~ Joe's Santa Sack

A bit of Show and Tell today. I made this Santa Sack last year for one of Maya's friends Joe. I adapted a pattern from the Chook Shed Pattern Co for the design for the applique, and used lots of scraps for the bag.

I've got the bag back, as Joe now has a little baby sister, so I will be making a similar bag for her very soon. This is the back of the sack - lots of little squares!

Lots of excitement as 6 year old Kane is have a class sleep over at school tomorrow. He has hardly sat still all week :)

14 comments:

our shabby cottage said...

Oh boy - I would not want to see Kane on Saturday morning - 6 years old and a class sleep over - are the teachers crazy??? Haa Haa! Imagine the fun and sillyness that will be had!! Hope he has a great time, Kathryn.
Oh, the Santa bag is good too!

tcalamity said...

I love your santa bags....so cute.
xx
t

Simone said...

Great bag! So nicely done.

Stephanie said...

Absolutely darling!!! Sucy happy colors.

Stephanie said...

Oops...I mean SUCH happy colors. Fingers just don't want to type well this morning.

Tracy said...

That is very cute, Rachel! Wonderful to see all you've been stitching lately...you've been busy. Great gift bag tutorial...you made sewing a gusset easy. Thanks for stopping by to see me :o) Happy Days to you all ((HUGS))

Katy said...

love that santa sack!

A sleepover at school? Wow - what fun!

Worm's Woman said...

Very cute!

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Beautiful bag Rachel! And what fun to have a class sleep over at school - I don't think'they do things like that over here ! Lucy x

periwinkle said...

lovely bag - i was looking at a tutorial for a similar one on Homespun just the other day. Sleepover oooh - enjoy
lisa x

On my Verandah.. said...

WOW Great Bag Rachel.....
cheers
maree

Kitty said...

Gorgeous Santa sack! x

Red Geranium Cottage said...

Love your bag!!!

Margaret said...

Christmas presents wouldn't be the same without the vibrant red, your bag is again a winner the colours show it off so well.

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