Aunt Frances FREEBIE!

Bagette Aunt Frances is here visiting for a short time with my dad. She got to meet with all the Bagettes yesterday at our regular Sunday meeting. It was so nice for everyone to meet her since I talk about her (read more here, here, herehere and here) and how she has been making bags for a LONG TIME! She specializes in wine totes and grocery bags, but occasionally makes little pouches too.

Frances is a remarkable woman, in her 88 years she raised 7 kids, moved 33 times and was an Air Force wife. Just writing that last sentence makes me want to take a nap! I asked her if she likes making bags and she said, "Well, it keeps me off the street!" There you have it!

She made some really cute ones with zippers and drawstrings as well as the large bag out of fabric samples. And, guess what? The set is up for grabs! The following photos show the details (they even have the labels in them that Bagette Dad and I gave her for Xmas). . .
To enter, here is what you need to do:

•LEAVE A COMMENT, IN THE COMMENT LEAVE YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS IN THIS FORMAT: name(at)something(dot)com it is important to spell out dot and at so you don't get spam, if you DO NOT leave an email address, we will not hunt you down to send you a freebie, thanks.

•In the comment, tell us about your favorite aunt and why!


ONE LUCKY WINNER WILL BE CHOSEN AT RANDOM FROM THE COMMENTS TO WIN THE GOODIES FROM AUNT FRANCES. However, if you do not already have a Green Bag Lady bag, Bagette Dad just acquired a fresh new batch and will send you one, just for entering!

Good Luck, Teresa



Carl@ said...

Angelita was my favorite aunt!
She made some delicious cupcakes!
My mail is:
Thank you for the freebie!!!!

Cynthia said...

My favorite Aunt. I have to say that it was Aunt Ann. She was the type of Aunt who experimented in the kitchen (even though we all knew she could not really cook, but who were we to stifle her dreams). I can say that she made great can biscuit dough donuts. She also would let us watch whatever we wanted on TV when she babysat and may stove popcorn. Among everything else she made us laugh uncontrollably. She also holds a special place in my heart because she took me to my very first rated R movie (MOVING with Richard Pryor), back in the day where you parents were the only ones that could take you, good thing we had the same last name, but it was apparent (but the movie theater person did not say anything) that we were not mother and daughter and she talked me through several issues I was having as a teenager. I enjoyed her company even as I got older. Unfortunately she left this world way too soon. I know there are no coincidences only God’s plans, but my grandmother died not to long after her (Ann was her youngest child) then my baby brother right after that. Enough of the sad mushy stuff. She was awesome and I only wish I could have had a chance to be the Aunt she was, but believe me when I get a grandchild they will LOVE ME. HA HA (don’t think my daughter will at that time). I don’t have one of your bags, but I always love seeing the photos of those who receive them and am amazed how far away these people are. Thanks for allowing me to reminisce on my Aunt. praterclp(at)yahoo(dot)com

Adryteje said...

Hi again Theresa! and thanks again for a new freebie! I have a favorite aunt, called Lidia, she is so lovely and a great knitter. She knitts and knitts a lot of scarfs for my solidary proyect. A big hug for Frances :)

angelina said...

thanks for the freebie! i love the aunt frances bag.. my aunt jo is my favorite , she is a true woman of good, powered by her god, and is the most positive , giving, and good natured person ive ever known.

Carol said...

thanks for the great freebie! and thank you aunt frances your bags are lovely!

i have so many aunts it's too hard to choose a favorite. aunt dolly because she was a total nut when i was growing up. mommy bessie because she was like my second mother. aunt irma because.. well just because. aunt margie because she makes the most delicious sweet potato pies!.. oh the list goes on and on.. :)

i can't choose.



harmony said...

I just want to say HELLO to your aunt Frances!!! She is my new hero. I loved reading all of the post about her. I hope you enjoy your visit together. Aunts ROCK!

Anonymous said...

Can I adopt Aunt Frances??? My favorite aunt was Aunt Wanda. She would always make me egg and cheese sandwiches when I came to visit and made the best fried chicken.
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Andrea said...

My aunt, Cill, i would say is my favorite. she was the one that i saw the most and I loved to go everywhere with her. I would spend the night at her house all the time and we would eat ice cream and watch movies. I was 13 when she had my cousin and I was more of a sister to him. She is great!

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sweetpea said...

My favorite aunt was my sweet Aunt Cindy... she had boys so she would take me for days and experience what a daughter was like... I loved it! She got a daughter of her own years later. She loved that I laugh when I talk and let me play with her old dolls spoiled me with (fake) pearls and my first add a bead necklace! We now have our own "aunt frances"... my aunt by marriage and we love her! Love your aunt frannie's bags... really like the elephant one!

Helen said...

Aunt Olga is my favorte... probably because she's my mom's twin sister! These bags from Aunt frances are so pretty!

Joanna said...

my favorite aunt is aunt ellen. she's a very good teacher. she teaches in the remote areas of my mom's home province. she goes out of her way to raise funds for her school facilities not entirely depending on the government funds. she used to ask our school books from us while we were kids so she can use them as updates for the children she teaches. :) she also knows a lot and taught me a lot especially household chores and making uber yummy polvorons. :D