New clothes dividers need a bag for ease of carrying and to prevent them from getting lost. And what better than a simple drawstring bag that's quick and easy to make.
I modified the Drawstring Gift Bag tutorial by making the bag slightly larger in width, depth and height. It took next to no time to make, with all supplies from my stash.
The clothes dividers were purchased from EvieandLei Designs. Jenny made them up exactly as I requested and they turned out great.
My daughter, Little Ladybird, takes our Evie & Flynn clothes to regular markets. Makes it easier for customers to find the size they want.
And when it's time to pack up, the dividers are packed away, ready for next time. If you sell at markets, you'll know just how precious time is - a system that works for you is so important.
I've used the drawstring gift bag tutorial so many times now and not just for gifts. Matter of fact, a friend has just given me lots of calico to make up into drawstring bags of various sizes. Ha, ha... the To Do list never, ever gets smaller. It's growing all the time.
You're so organised, love how your bag matches those dividers! And your rail of clothes looks very professional.ReplyDelete
A large To Do list is like a kick in the butt to get things done - if it was a small list we'd probably just ignore it! ;) Cute bag - those dividers are just adorable, and I can see how they'd be extremely useful!ReplyDelete
Such a versatile pattern Pam, the rack of clothes looks like a wonderful explosion of colour!ReplyDelete
There are so many uses I'd have for these bags! I love sewing and used to do it a lot when Elliott was younger but now I just don't have the time. I really need to get back into it :(ReplyDelete
I love your idea!!!!! ...beautiful job :)ReplyDelete