Wednesday, September 26, 2007

S-T-R-E-T-C-H bag

I'm in on Ravelry! I'm so excited. It really is everything I've hoped for. I'm really bad at explaining things, so you should just go check it out. But essentially it's a place online where you can organize your yarn, projects, project queue AND check out other people's finished objects in the yarn that they used. It's great. If you're on Ravelry already, please add me! My username is Lydigann.
String Bag
But because I'm so excited about Ravelry, I've been running around my house looking for things that I've made to post, and I found an object that I never blogged about. A while back I made a Saturday Market Bag, with Liesl's changes. I believe it might have been when Al Gore's movie came out since it is a reusable grocery bag. It was an easy-peasy project, and super quick too. And stretchy! Now I just have to remember to take it to the grocery store and use it!
String bag stretch!

4 comments:

Oiyi said...

Yeah, Ravelry is pretty cool! Nice bag!

*karen said...

I made the Purl Soho Market Bag which is very similar and I have to remember to take it to the grocery store too!

Dallas said...

Ravelry looks pretty cool - they just need one for sewers/quilters.

Junie Moon said...

Congratulations on Ravelry! I love your market bag, it's functional and attractive at the same time.