onsdag, august 22, 2012

Bowls with Borders, blog hop.

Hello everyone.
I decided to make a shopping bag of the blocks.
My blocks are applicated, and not sewn ower paper.
The total size of the bag is 47x43 cm.
Lining with thin cotton, thin stripes in dark grey / white.

There are 4 different blocks with bowls.
The background are a pair of my old jeans. :-)
I used the back pockets at one side of the bag,
and the piece the pockets was on for the other side of the bag.








Thanks to madam Samm for pushing us to do the blog hop,
and to Carol for coordination.  justletmequilt.blogspot.com
And last but  not least, thank you to for the pattern, Regina,

AND FOR ALL THE FUN.  :-)


Here are the others you need to take a look at to day as well:

Have a nice day, and enjoy the blog hop. :-)

60 kommentarer:

  1. Hei Inga,

    det er en god idé å resirkulere jeans. Toll gjorde du hinbekommen ap.


    Hilsener fra Tyskland Guilitta

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  2. Another wonderful way to use the bowl pattern. Very cute bag, thank you for sharing with us.

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  3. Great idea to make a bag!! I love it!

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  4. The bag is very eye catching and I admire you for recycling your denims. Very Smart!

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  5. What a nice way to display your bowls! Thank you for sharing.

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  6. I like your bag a lot, what a nice way to use up old jeans pockets..
    KATRIN W.

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  7. What a great idea! Smart to make the pockets of your old jeans into ...pocket on the bag! I love it!

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  8. Det blev en jättefin väska av skålarna. Mycket smart och fina bilder. Det skall bli kul att se den i verkligheten

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  9. Great idea to make a bag. the bowls are great and so is the bag.

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  10. Great bag , love how you used the bowls in this way and the jean pockets on the front as well !

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  11. What a clever idea to make the blocks into a great tote!!! Looking great!!!

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  12. The bag is fantastic. Love the jeans pockets for stashing stuff. Congratulations.

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  13. Nice to have a bag to commemorate the hop, thanks for sharing!

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  14. Great idea!! love the fabrics in your bowls....and a useful item

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  15. I know people will stop you and ask you about your fabulous bag. cute idea.

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  16. Love the idea of making a bag with bowls on it!

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  17. So, so cute to put them on a bag--love it! Thank you for hopping with us...hope to see you again. :O)

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  18. What a good idea, this is the first bag we see in this blog hop. Nice bowls.

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  19. Rosemary B here:
    This is a great idea! I love the colors too.
    Thank you so much for sharing your creativity
    Well done!!

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  20. My dear INGA, you just rock my socks...and that is a good thing. YOUR bag of bowls is an absolute delight..YOU best be thinking of joining us real soon for more hops...announcement very soon wink..

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  21. Oh those are tiny bowls...applique -- what a good idea :). The bag is grat.

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  22. What a great idea! I don't think anyone else has used the bowls in a bag! I love it!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  23. Beautiful bowls and putting them on your shopping bag was a wonderful idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  24. great idea making a shopping bag. I like your bowls.

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  25. What a fun bag. Very nice bowls and pretty fabrics. I really like how you repurposed the jean pockets.
    Thanks for sharing.

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  26. Love your idea for a tote bag. Thank you for sharing..Judith, Texas

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  27. What a great shopping tote!
    Thanks for joining in and sharing your idea.

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  28. Your little bag with the bowls is so cute! Clever use of the pockets too!

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  29. Great idea for the bowls and I love the pockets with it too.

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  30. Great idea, combining the bowls with denimn to make such a fabulous bag!

    Thanks so much for sharing and being a part of the hop.

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  31. Love the idea of a tote bag. Great use of the pattern.

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  32. InGa-Your thinking "out of the box" resulted in a great bag and recycling the pockets of jeans, very clever. Thanks for sharing, from California, USA!

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  33. Great job! You made a very eye-catching shopping bag. I like your re-use of jean pockets.

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  34. What a great idea! I love the way you incorporated the jeans pockets. The bowls look wonderful. Thank you for sharing your very original idea.

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  35. Your bowls look great in tandem with the pockets. The colors are just right for a handy bag!

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  36. Love your idea! Especially the recycling of the jeans!
    Thanks for sharing

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  37. Great idea to make a bag. I love things from jeans very much.
    Britta

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  38. How resourceful to use old jeans for the background and pockets on your bag! Great!

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  39. Love your bag, came out great! I'm a big recycler, so love the reusing of jeans :)

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  40. Your bag is very cute and it`s a great idea.Thanks for sharing!!

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  41. Wonderful idea to make a bag!! Super fantastic!

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  42. Pretty bag. You did a great job with your bowls and the tote was a great idea.

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  43. Great bowl bag! Thanks for being part of the hop.

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  44. What a great idea. Love the pockets too.

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  45. This is a fantastic idea. I like your jeans bowl bag. Thanks for sharing your project.

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  46. Just sew many great ideas for the bowls .... love the tote
    in stitches

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  47. Inga....so glad you joined the hop. The jean tote bag with the bowls is awesome...thanks for the inspiration and for sharing! Pauline

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  48. So fun to see a different take on the pattern! Love your tote!

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  49. Ooooh, how cute. I wonder if someone will reconnize you when you are walking down the street. You had a great idea with this pattern!

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  50. very nice idee
    greetings from cologne
    gabi

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