It is the end of week 3 of my Elm Street Quilts Bag It series!
For overall information on the series, visit the main Bag It page. A list of suggested supplies can be found here.
By popular request, I am thrilled to share just some of the bags that have been made and shared by talented people from around the world as part of the Bag It series.
Some people are sharing via Instagram - #elmstreetquilts
Others have shared on their blogs. Here are just a sampling of these photos. Credits and links to the blogs are below.
Row 1: Martina from Sunshine Quilting; Jocelyn from Happy Cottage Quilter; Kathy from Both Sides of the Pond
Row 3: All bags by Sandra from Sandra Sews
There have been beautiful photos sent in through email - here are the bags made by (left to right) Diane, Donna & Lisa.
And because they keep coming in, here are just a few more. - credits left to right to Kathy from Running with Rocket; Pam from Threading my Way; and Anne via email.
There are almost 70 entries so far and still plenty of time to make more and submit them for more entries in the giveaway and more gifts for your friends and family completed!
I'm in love with so many of these. Just love the fabric choices and lots of new shapes and sizes.
To make it easier to share your bags with others, come join today's linky party.
Please feel free to link up photos of any bags you've created and shared from November 2 through December 14.
Posting a photo in the linky does not - however - count as an entry in the giveaway. You still need to go here to officially enter!!
So create and share any bag between now through December 14 - each bag shared earns you 10 entries into the giveaway! Entering is easy!
Just share a photo of your bag (or bags) on your blog, on Instagram (#elmstreetquilts), on the Elm Street Quilts Facebook page or send to me via email (elmstreetquilts at gmail dot com) and then go here to officially enter. Enter as often as you want as you make new bags. Any bag you make and share counts!
Next week, I'll be featuring two kinds of bags that are great for storing headphones and jewelry. I think you'll find more than one person on your holiday list that will love these!
Have a wonderful day! Patty