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Thursday, September 18, 2008

Ideas


I am think of doing a small craft fair at Maddie's school in December. I have been working on some small inexpensive things to sell. I have made up some checkbook covers and some card wallets. They are fun and don't take to long to make. But I need some more ideas. I need some kid things. I was thinking a few color pencil rolls and some crayon rolls but I am at a loss for other things. I just finished a baby quilt and I think I will do a few more. And maybe some small bags. Any more ideas for me?

5 comments:

Michael Lockridge said...

Dice bags! You have been there before.

Both the simple bags and bags with flat bottoms.

They could even be used to hold other stuff.

Katy said...

Toy bags, shoe bags (you know - drawstring bags, they are so darn useful). Ummmm....tissue holders in cute kid fabrics? Aprons? Pencil cases? Cover some buttons with fabric and make pony holders...um (brain is whirring) key chains? (like the belts you made, but small). I told you before, I'll tell you again - roll up chalk board placemats. I could probably go on, but I'll stop.

Tamara said...

Just stopping by to say Hi, I have just joined the mini quilt swap...I love your blog:-) T x

Ayama-chan said...

How about fruit/animal shape bags with a zip/loop and button closure as you make fab bags?? Note book covers? Elastic Alice bands covered in kiddy fabric?? Agree with Katy' ideas. Good luck. :D

Apryl said...

bags are good.. and pencil pouches.. I love pouches and bags... ummm little coin pouches... notebook covers with pockets in...