Thursday, June 12, 2008

A gift from Debbie J!


Look at the adorable clothespin bag that Debbie (of Homemaking Dreams http://homemakingdreams.blogspot.com/ ) made for me! Don't you just love the Mary Engelbreit fabric? I love being able to keep clothespins all together in such a cute bag.
Debbie even has a tutorial on how to make one of these, so check it out!

Thanks a bazillion, Debbie! I love it!

9 comments:

Debbie J. said...

You are very welcome! Thanks for the blog mention. I want to display your dish cloths too, but no camera. Maybe soon.

You are right, I should never say "never". Thanks for the reminder! :o)

i'm kelly said...

darling!

& i never got your RSVP! so email me your particulars, & i'll get you in!

DebraK from ~the Bunnies Bungalow~ said...

I have an old clothespin bag that was my Mom's & I still use it. Maybe I should put it away since it's so old & get a new one. Don't you love hanging clothes out on the line?

Don't think I've visited here before...nice to meet you.....stop by sometime. I'm off to check out the clothespin bags, DerbaK

Becky said...

That reminds me of the clothespin bag my mom had when I was a kid...though she probably would like this one better, since hers was some kind of 70s striped relic!

Barbra said...

Great piece. Wish I had a clothesline. I loved playing with clothes pins as a kid...good ole days!

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

Cute bag, Clare. I wish I just had a clothesline. Well I do have a short one on the back porch, but I mean a real clothesline.

Barbra said...

I do remember the clothes pins and milk bottles...a loooooooooong time ago!

Heather said...

That is adorable!!!!

Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage said...

I do love that material! I actually made a dress out of it! It was a t-shirt dress. That fabric was the skirt.

Good for you!

Laura of Harvest Lane Cottage