New Jersey Bag Lady!



Teresa,
Thank  you so much for the produce bags. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this wonderful thing. We really apreciate it. I made one with the pattern I got from your website. I do not have a machine but it did not stop me from making it. I also made a couple of "T-shirt grocery bags" with my husband's old t-shirts from work.
Thanks again,
Valeria

4 comments:

calicogaljanet said...

Dearest Green Bag Lady:

I own Calico Gals, a quilt shop in New York State and would like to use your bag pattern for demos and free giveaways. Is that OK?

Janet Lutz
www.calicogals.com

Green Bag Lady Teresa said...

Absolutely! I would love it if you would refer people to the site too. They can download all the patterns and watch the how to video as well. The more sewers making bags, the merrier. It is such a great way to use up extra fabric and make it into something so useful. It also works to piece small scraps together as well. Some of my favorite bags are the pieced ones.

Thanks for your comment!

Green Bag Lady Teresa

Brooke said...

Hi there, I am looking at trying to find 800 calico or fabric bags for a womans conference is Northern Uganda. The bag will hold soap, salt and flour that we are dopnating to each delegate. I not sure if you can supply the bags or if you know where I can get calico or fabric bags from. The woman would love these bags for their daily trips or for keeping their very few belongings in. Look forward to hearing from you. x

Tonya said...

Absolutely! I would love it if you would refer people to the site too. They can download all the patterns and watch the how to video as well. The more sewers making bags, the merrier. It is such a great way to use up extra fabric and make it into something so useful. It also works to piece small scraps together as well. Some of my favorite bags are the pieced ones. Thanks for your comment! Green Bag Lady Teresa