Tuesday, June 03, 2008

Two Net Bags... Complete!

Melanie and I had fun last week in our 2nd Net Bag Class. We were able to complete the small rainbow bag and start a new larger bag.

I just finished the larger bag and tied wood beads on the ends of the handles for the finishing touch.

I created it to put all of our hats and gloves in so they are all in one place.

The small one is perfect for a water bottle.

My next one will be even larger to carry groceries.

Emmitt asked for a hammock with cookies tied all over the place to relax in and have a snack.

What a great idea! He is always thinking!


artpaw said...

Fun bottle totes. Hey what is that cool looking sketch book in the background on the last pic? Are you taking a drawing class too?

Nevis said...

Great little sacks! pretty & useful!

Unknown said...

how do you manage to get all these projects done so quickly....you are amazing Melissa...or is EMmitt making these...lol

Anonymous said...

Those are so neat! Very handy too. A hammack sounds like a great idea.... :)

Archie and Melissa said...

Thank you everyone for your nice comments! You made my day!
Isn't that 2008 calendar neat, Rebecca? It is Leigh's wonderful collection of paintings that is available on her website, http://www.noisydogstudio.com/
:) Melissa

The Devil Dog said...

A hammock with treat? Then you would never have to get out of it. LOL. Those nets are really cool!


Fannie said...

Wow, this is great! Is this macrame? Emmitt's idea is a good one--my husband would agree as long as the cookies are chocolate chips. ;-D

Sandra Evertson said...

Those are so Great!
Sandra Evertson

Too Cute Pugs said...

Ooh, fabulous! I love bags. You really can never have too many.

gnathalie2 said...

Those bags are gorgeous!! I remember my mom having a large one that we put all of our wet towels in at the beach in Spain~ i wonder if she still has it?!

Anonymous said...

Love your net bags. Added a link to your site at the net making section of the Pineappple Knot Forum
The net making section is 1/2 way down the page. Check it out and join the forum. Net makers are always welcome