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Monday, November 5, 2007

What I've been up to








My holiday show is this Saturday. It will be in Petaluma on Saturday from 9-4:oo. The Vintage Holiday Boutique. I have been very busy and have a few pictures to show you. I will keep sharing pictures as I wrap things up here. I love how everything is turning out. Love the colors and the textures. Enjoy.....

11 comments:

Beth said...

They're all lovely, but I LOVE the multi colored one! Wonderful!

Nancy @ the Jersey Shore said...

I hope your show is a total success! Those bags are fantastic, especially the multistripe.

Bev and Ollie "O" said...

I love them. good to see you have been doing something fab with your time x

vegasangelbrat said...

oh my you've been busy!! Love love love the bags!! All of them! Great job and Good Luck at the show!
Have you made a white (or off white) with deep red poinsettia yet :) That'd be gorgeous!!

Antelope Baby Industries said...

Beautiful flowers Jane! Great job!

Valerie said...

Wow, those are beautiful. My favorite is definitely the blue though. Very pretty!! Good Luck and may you sell the whole lot!

tangled stitch said...

Your work is wonderful. Very interesting and colorful. I bet they will make everybody's winter a bit brighter.

jopal said...

LOVE THE BAGS! THEY ARE GREAT> MY FAVORITE IS THE BLUE STRIPED BUT THEY ARE ALL SO BEAUTIFUL I WOULD HAVE A HARD TIME GIVING THEM UP!

Angie said...

OMG, fabulous bags, you are so clever, im sure they will be a sell out!!My favourite is the top stripey one, i love the colours and the flowers are fab...

Angie said...

hiya
could you tell me what yarn the top stripe bag is knit in?
i just love it!!!

Jane's Designs said...

Hi Angie, the bag is all leftover bits of wool yarn. So since I mostly use Cascade 220, Patons Merino Wool and Sheeps Pride, I would say thats what the bag is but there could be a few other goodies in there. If you have ever felted you know that mixing yarns can cause a multitude of problems so I kept the stripes small (3 rows equals a thin line)so I used 4 minumum to 10 rows maximum of a single color. Hope that helps and thanks for the sweet comments. I took that bag (named Cancun) to a show this weekend and though she was the talk of the show, she still came home with me. People tend to be attracted to the colorful bags but they buy the more traditional colored bags (blacks, grays and beige).Go figure.