Feeling Green

I have to warn you.  You should be prepared.  This post may bring that nasty green monster to the surface.

Look at this little beauty!

Okay – not feeling the jealousy yet? Maybe that’s cuz you don’t know what this little cutie is….

That’s right! It’s a grocery bag. 🙂 And it folds up into itself for easy toting! And seriously, look at the fabric. I mean – could you find anything more perfect? It’s from Timeless Treasures. And yep, I have it for sale here – so you could cure your mean green streak and buy some fabric to make your own bags!

I used the pattern from Serendipity Studio. Her booth was super cute at Quilt Market. (And there are other patterns from her collection that I plan to test out soon!) I made the small size bag…but I’m thinking that later today the medium size will be made too. And what is even more fun is that the multiple sizes can nest inside of each other! Can’t you just imagine tons of fun fabric combos for this bag? Seriously, I’m gonna be the coolest person at the grocery store with my Dharma Reusable Bags. It’s okay that you’re jealous. I would be too. 😉

(Ps. Yep – now that we’re in the house – definitely will be doing more sewing too!)

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3 Responses to “Feeling Green”


  1. 1 Law November 18, 2008 at 6:24 pm

    This is pretty cool. But the big bag better be REALLY big b/c I buy lots of groceries! 🙂

  2. 2 heap November 19, 2008 at 2:27 am

    You’re right, it is cute! But how many bags does it take to haul home $135 worth of groceries each trip???

  3. 3 Melanie November 19, 2008 at 9:24 am

    Fine fine, rain on my parade. The small size is about the same as a Walmart bag – the medium is comparable to a target bag and the large….well I think the large could hold all of my children in it. (Okay, that’s a little overboard…but it’s big!) SO yes, you’d have to have multiple bags with you instead of one, but a couple cute sets – out of super fun fabric. (and really, that is the point, for me anyway!) I still think I’ll be the coolest person at the store. 🙂


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