Monday, 15 September 2008

Eco Tote...

I am trying to be organised this year & getting onto handmade Christmas gifts early. I've decided to make Willow a hamper of felt play food & I thought that this little tote would be the thing to hold it all.

Toy Eco Tote

It is a canvas 'eco' tote, fully lined in green gingham with a small pocket inside (perfect for your shopping list) as well as one of those little loops that shopping bags have, I never know what they are for....

Toy eco bag : Lining

I quite like this tote & can't wait to fill it up with with lots of handmade goodies for Lo.

11 comments:

jodi said...

oh wow, that is just gorgeous...and I can't wait to see the felted foods. Beautiful blog!

Drewzel said...

I noticed you had one of these bags at Brown Owls last night. :P

Anonymous said...

hi there - love your work as usual. are those tab things to help the checkout person hook them on to their thinging thing to keep the bag open whilst packing?(like the plastic bags can)

Kerry

13mimosa said...

Gosh your sewing is a heck of a lot neater than mine - I love it - I'd even buy one!

thornberry said...

Very nice work - and how organised! Getting ready for Christmas already. I reckon that Lo will adore her little bag of food.

Melanie said...

The little loopies fit over a hook on the checkout-bag-holder. I've been planning to add loops to some more cloth bags I'm making up, because the checkout persons (being all PC there) sometimes get annoyed with my non-loop-having bags :)

twocheeseplease said...

Those little loops are for the check-out chicks but also lots of trolleys have a hook bit and I like to hang my bags off 'em!

Your embroidery is so neat - I'm jealous!

~Holly
Two Cheese Please

potty mouth mama said...

She will totally love it, and if she doesn't I am sure there's a whole line up of people that would love love love it! That bag is ridiculously good. WOW!

Louise said...

How lovely!

Leni and Rose said...

Goodness - I quite like this tote too!

Anna said...

love it!