10 MINUTE PROJECT.....BEMIS FLOUR BAG

January 3rd, 2010 in member junk     
SnowmanHill SnowmanHill, member
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I just cut the bag, ran a stitch on top, hemmed the bottom, DONE!
The back is just as fun, so it looks good from both sides.
 
My hubby bought me this awesome mixer for my birthday last fall. Orange is my favorite color, but it didnt look good with my Christmas and winter decor - NO PROBLEM!
I just cut the bag, ran a stitch on top, hemmed the bottom, DONE!

I just cut the bag, ran a stitch on top, hemmed the bottom, DONE!


I must add that this is a 10 MINUTE PROJECT - after you stand at a farm auction in the pouring rain for hours, and then wash the bags three times, they were so gross!


dana


Pattern or design used: My own design
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Comments (7)

junkermidge writes: O what a great idea! I love it!
Midge Posted: 9:17 pm on January 8th
NDJunkGirl writes: These are SO neat. I can't believe you didn't get more comments! I think these would sell like hot cakes if you sold them.

Andrea Posted: 10:28 pm on January 6th
JunkArchitect writes:
That sure is an ingenious way of hiding the mixer…and quick.

Jim Posted: 9:20 pm on January 3rd
alicemom writes: Don't cha just love those 10 min. projects! love the story. It really did turn out great.
smiles, alice Posted: 8:08 pm on January 3rd
roadtriplouise writes: Great mixer cover.
Ann Posted: 7:38 pm on January 3rd
chippingcharm writes: Very clever! Laurel Posted: 3:49 pm on January 3rd
monakent writes: LOVE wht you did with the flour sack bag!!!!!!! gailmarie Posted: 2:09 pm on January 3rd
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