Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Tool Bag

A tool bag for my Arborist son. Made from med weight cotton duck fabric bought when I found a close out sale at Capital Iron shop in Sidney back in January.

Things that are small but important like assorted sized wedges, clippers, etc are needed and its easy to lose them in deep grass or heavy ground cover.

I am for sure opening my Etsy shop this summer. Hoping you are well and sewing away.

Happy Quilting,
Carli

3 comments:

  1. I'm sure your son will get a lot of use out of this! I can see so many more uses for this type of bag.

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    1. Yes, he is, its being worked over in the landscaping and tree business in Victoria,BC Check our oakstead.ca

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  2. HI Carli...I have been following your blog forever!!! I was intriqued by your improv quilts and garments....Unfortunately, blogger does not send me posts from many of the blogs I follow.on a regular basis..I had missed you, then I found you when I joined Instagram..late...but I did it.
    Now, I see this post and wonder if you had an industrial machine...or just a regular one with a jeans needle...let me know..xo

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