Sampler totes

April 25th, 2010 in member junk     
houseofJunk houseofJunk, member
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These were in a bag of linens I got at a thrift store for 25 cents!
This was super simple to do. All I did was put some heat and bond on the back of the sampler and then I ironed it on to the tote bag.
I only wish I would have completed this project before going grocery shopping today.

I've been a long time lurker around here, thanks to my mom (54girl) who turned me on to this site. But I'm finaly going to post something here. It was inspired by another project, but I love my new little twist. 


Pattern or design used: Spring wardrobe update
posted in: member junk, tote, iron on, sampler

Comments (6)

ninnarae writes: What a cute idea~ especially for those of us who don't sew a lot! Posted: 5:34 pm on May 2nd
MakinItHappen writes: Cutest thing ever! Posted: 11:01 am on April 28th
alicemom writes: Big welcome and great project. They were really a bargin for sure. That will make them even better than before..useful.
smiles, alice Posted: 7:16 pm on April 27th
shabbychick writes: What cute tote bags you created. The samplers have a whole new life now - great work!

Kathy Posted: 1:57 pm on April 27th
junkermidge writes: Oh, what a smart use for those samplers -- useful and cute, too! So glad you decided to jump in. Will look forward to more of your posts.
Midge Posted: 7:47 pm on April 26th
RustyDiva writes: Great tote bags and what a bargain too!! Welcome and look forward to more of your posts. Posted: 11:46 am on April 26th
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