A Proverbs Wife

Projects that I am Working on

This first bag was a skirt for my daughter that was to short, so I turned it into a tote bag.

The bag below is a reversible Spring Tote Bag with various views. I purchased a yard of the pink fabric for $1.00 and the white was from a disassembled bed skirt. Very thrifty if I must say so myself. Both of these are a work in progress. The Spring tote was started last night.



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8 thoughts on “Projects that I am Working on

  1. Fatiah I have been purposely searching the interent for ways to reuse all items. I try and see if someone else can use it if I can’t. I guess it’s just my way of cutting down on waste.

    Thank you for stopping by.

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  2. That is crafty of you to make a tote bag out of the skirt. I have always been quick in throwing things iso recycling them. One of the bloggers made t-shirts quilt from unused t-shirts and someone made a quilt out of the husband’s old shirt. Now I will stop and think before throwing or giving them away. Glad I get to know you people.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Wow! Hadias, you are amazing with all the things you’ve been sewing lately! I know for a fact I was sticking to pillows, curtains & the like for a while before I attempted anything like a lined tote bag. I’m very impressed…keep up the great work.

    Brenda

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  4. It looks like you are putting your sewing machine to good use!

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  5. Cute! I love the black one from the skirt. Very clever!

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  6. Are you sure you’ve never sewn before! 😉 Great job. I really like the one recreated from your daughter’s skirt.

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  7. You are sooo creative! I’m glad you finally got your sewing machine–you’re definitely putting it to great use!

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  8. Earthmommy says:

    Those are really cute! You really are creative and frugal! I love the one made from the skirt.

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