grocery bag dispenser tutorial.

22 June 2009

i hope yall are gonna like this one.
and it only takes about an hour to make!!!

it's over at the moda bake shop.
so go make this gal happy and show me some love.
{direct link HERE.}

toot your own horn!!!
if you make this, add the pic to my p.s. i quilt: sew & tell flickr group.
{and of course the moda bake shop flick group too.}

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38 comments:

jaybird said...

super cute!!!

Sew Many Ways... said...

Already gave you some love at the bake shop. This is a great one!
~Karen~

amandajean said...

that is so so cute!!!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

Great job on this tutorial Rachel! Very useful.

Molly said...

Great idea, and i love the fabrics you chose! :)

Crafty Girls Workshop said...

THat's such a neat pattern and so useful! I think I will make a few of these for Christmas presents. Probably for my LEON Day project. (That's NOEL spelled backwards and is June 25th, exactly 6 months before Christmas, crazy, huh?)

Anna

Donna said...

Cute, cute, Rachel!
I was waiting for the SWEET to show up somewhere.
Now go back and spell
d-i-s-p-e-n-s-e-r
right and I'll be 110% thrilled!
(I drive my kids nuts...they say I was an English teacher in another life!)

Pat said...

I used to make these and sell them at craft shows but mine were not quilted...just plain fabric. I love the look of yours!! Thanks for sharing!

Anina said...

Lovely! Almost too lovely to use for bags.

dotti white said...

Rachel...once again...you are amazing! So cute. I am heading right on over to the bake shop! thanks!

Darci said...

Love these. My Mom made me one for my Wedding 9 years ago and it is GREAT!

Kristine said...

I'm so glad you posted this - I need to make a bag for my microfiber cloths when they are dirty so they don't get washed with the regular clothes. How about a tutorial on a Kitchen Aid mixer cover?! Hint, hint!

Sarah said...

Very cute! I just posted some pics of crayon rolls I made from a tutorial you posted in December...my kids love them...Thanks!

amylouwho said...

Cute! I just bought my first MOda precut - a layer cake. Now I need to go find something to do with it!

Stacey said...

love it!! you are crafty!!

Della said...

I almost bought one of these last week when I was in Amish country but knew I could make it and it would totally match my kitchen. Thanks for reminding me and giving me a convenient pattern. You are a peach, maybe even a Georgia peach. Hugs

Kim said...

Thanks Rachel for this great idea! Keep 'em coming! You're making my list of things to make longer. I better get busy!

Gnomemade said...

Great tutorial - thanks for sharing!

Kritta22 said...

I've been wanting to make one of these!! Thanks Superstar!

Kim said...

Thanks for the info on the mini buns...I'll get myself educated on all this new lingo yet!

Happy Sewing, very nice tutorial

Donnelly said...

Love this. I am going to make one for myself, my mom, my sister and both of my daughter-in-laws. Another fantastic tutorial and who couldn't use one of these?
Have a great day.

Jacque. said...

Hey Rachel...I made about a bazillion of these last Christmas...only NOT quilted...that was before the quilting bug bit me. Pattern is great, tute is great...glad you corrected your spelling...cute, cute, cute.

Jackie said...

What a great idea! I am off to check it out on MBS.

Dawn said...

Clever girl!! Love it!

Rose said...

This is so cute! I saw a tutorial for one of these on the Make it and Love it blog, but it wasn't quilted...thinking I'll do this one instead :)

Knitlee said...

So Cute!

Shanna said...

That is so darling!!

acecraig100 said...

What a smart idea!

Micki said...

It's a wonderful pattern!
Micki

Nicole said...

I love it, sooooo cute. This would come in very handy at my house. I don't ever keep grocery bags because I can't stand to have under my sink full of them. Your doing so awesome on your Moda Tutorials. I was so bumbed, I made the cutest little tote only to realize the fabric doesn't get released until September.

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Well look at you. AGAIN!

Sinta Renee said...

... why don't I have one of these! I guess I can make my own now...very nice tutorial, thanks!

Deb said...

You smartie!! that is just too cool.

Thimbleanna said...

This is very, very cute Rachel! I should make my hubby one out of manly fabric or something -- those plastic grocery bags seem to follow him everywhere!

The Quilt Buddy said...

Congrats! Congrats! Congrats on another tutorial!

These would make awesome gifts!

luvinthemommyhood said...

I, of course, could not resist adding this to our link luv roundup. Hope you're having a great weekend!
http://www.luvinthemommyhood.com/2009/06/link-luv-roundup_27.html

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Hanami Love said...

I love this! I've made 5 already! Thanks for the easy to follow tutorial!

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