Sunday, October 16, 2011

Bags!

I created a brand new page on my site, off of the household page, just for bags, backpacks etc.


Here you will find crocheted, knitted and sewing patterns for things like those neat stringy market bags, some sewing ones for purses, clutches and such, backpacks and lots more!
I am going to add more pattern links to that page as I find them, so if you find some good ones, please let me know and I will add them when I can. :)

HUG THE ONES YOU LOVE!
Bev
 

3 comments:

Sandy said...

Love how you continue to create patterns.

Was looking for a particular slipper pattern, I thought I found on your page...at least that's what I think from memory.
Will explore a bit more.

Also wondered if you'd add Bridge and Beyond to your charity page listing. I though we were there, but didn't find it this am.

Thanks
Sandy

bevq said...

Someone helped me go through and remove all the broken links on the charity links page, I don't think yours was one of them though.

I would be happy to list it. Please just email me the info, or post it here. I need name, contact email and mailing address, a website, and what your needs are.

Have a great day Sandy!

Stitched With Prayer said...

Bev, I just had to visit your blog and say a huge THANK YOU!!! I have been searching high and low for my 'Checkerboard Slippers' pattern and I couldn't find it anywhere. I have been wanting to make myself some of these comfy slippers for a while now so on the way home from church today, I thought...I'll Google the pattern! Low and behold, a pattern that you had posted popped right up. As you noted, no one seems to know where this pattern originated, as I also received mine from a friend. Just a copy of one she had received from a friend and so on and so on. Anyway, now I can make my slippers, so I wanted to thank you. I also have added your blog to my favorites because, though I mainly visit quilting blogs, I have health issues that affect my stamina. So I try to do my quilting earlier in the day while I can more comfortably do the up and down things involved with that. But I hate sitting in front of the TV or on the deck, without something for my hands to do, so I have once again pulled out my knitting needles. I'm a self taught knitter so my skill is limited and I've worked more dishcloths than I can count, LOL. Anyway, I digress...my apologies. Thanks again for the slipper pattern and fair warning...I will be back to visit your blog, though I will try not to get quite so carried away next time. Hugs...