more drawstring bags!

Never enough drawstring bags, especially when they’re made from the cutest fabric ever.  I heart how quick they come together.  If you’ve got one (or several) under your belt, the next million you decide to make are a snap.  And yes, there will be a million.  This is Jeni’s Lined Drawstring Bag pattern, both in Everything Bag size.

I made these two in addition to the Tiny version I made at camp.  I finished the one and quickly made the other when I got home.  I had gotten the panda fabric at Sewing Summit 2012 and the hippo fabric (from Cotton Blue on etsy) way before that – and, wait for it, I checked, it was in 2009!!!  It was time.

I think I’ll try to get a few more made in time for Christmas!

And finally, I drew the winner of the Journey e-book giveaway.  Congrats to jules mcnubbin, I sent you an email!

Thanks again to all who entered.  If you didn’t win a copy, you can purchase the book here. Or buy the individual patterns on Ravelry!

12 thoughts on “more drawstring bags!

  1. Jeni says:

    AHHHH! The Hippo one! So darn adorable! 🙂

  2. Jolana says:

    Oh, really, your choice of fabrics is great!! And drawstring bags are the best present! 🙂
    Have a wonderful time!

  3. Ines says:

    These little bags are so great!

    ♥ Ines

  4. Katy Cameron says:

    Both very cute, and glad I’m not the only one holding on to things for a long time for the perfect project :oD

  5. Cindy says:

    Super cute, Anna!! Happy Holidays to you and your family!:)

  6. Kimberly says:

    Exactly what I needed today! Saw your post, bought the pattern, made the bags.
    Thanks so much!

  7. ~ Kim ~ says:

    I am so loving those bags. I wish I had loads of cute fabric to play with!

  8. Liked your bags so much that I had to go pin the pattern. Who knows – I might need to buy myself a New Year’s present!

  9. amandajean says:

    I love to know that you have unused fabric from 2009! These are awesome! I haven’t made any draw string bags yet. Maybe I should?!?

  10. They look amazing! The fabric is a dream! What are you use this bags for?
    Aljonushka from faraway Belarus

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