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mountaingrrl
« Reply #120 on: April 24, 2008 02:45:15 PM »

MUST HAVE BAG! MUST HAVE BAG!

The hat is pretty wonderful too...I'm a hat person myself and it looks wonderful!
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blitz
« Reply #121 on: April 24, 2008 02:50:49 PM »

/wishes the mail would hurry up...
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PetitMer
« Reply #122 on: April 24, 2008 03:13:17 PM »

Okay, so it's been kind of a rough week, and I totally spaced on a few other pieces from my package! Along with all the other market goodness, Oneredboot also sent some basil seeds with starter containers! I tried to take pictures with the computer (didn't work) but I guess I left them across the room when I took the other pictures with my camera D'OH! Without further ado, the final pieces of Oneredboot's lovely package:

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myklia
« Reply #123 on: April 24, 2008 03:20:05 PM »

I love the bag and the hat.

I have finally received from anastrophe (after much confusion with the post office).  I absolutely love my package.  These are instructions for the farmers market.

First to have money ready to spend, this is my fabulous wallet.  I forgot to take a picture of it open, but it opens up and there is a place for change.  I love tomatoes.


Second I need to pick my veggies, pay for them, and take them home in my beautiful cute new bag.


Third, cook with them with my fabulous new cookbook with some recipes included and space to write in more.


And as a bonus, some seeds to plant in my new garden:


I really love it all and I can't wait to start using it.
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auntiem
« Reply #124 on: April 24, 2008 03:25:24 PM »

A "what can I make with this?" cookbook - so everything is organized by ingredients? That is brilliant for the farmer's market!

Little potted gardens - that looks like a great book for tiny apartments. The bag is really cool too.
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« Reply #125 on: April 25, 2008 03:50:34 AM »

Both packages are really awesome.  I love that whole foods sign bag.  It is so cool to see refurbished stuff like that.  I don't know if anyone else like myself gets the Craft magazine but in the latest issue (I just got it the other day) they had a how-to on herb gardens in plastic containers.  Such good timing since auntiem sent me seeds for plants that will work very well in plastic containers.   Smiley

Okay I told auntiem I would post pictures for her so here is what I sent to her:


Here's the whole lot


The embroidered pouch which is my first try at a chain stitch


The embroidered "Eat Local" on the other side


The Pennsylvania Dutch Cookbook, I figured with her on the West coast, I should share the good ole country recipes over here on the East coast


And the Hawaiian themed totebag, and yes it is huge! 


That's the pocket I put inside the bag


And here's it rolled up and clasped closed.

Auntiem said she needed a bag that she could roll up and place in her pocket or purse so I knew I had to make something I could roll up or zip up into something.  I placed it next to the cookbook to show how compact it becomes.

This was a really fun swap and I have a feeling that auntiem will receive a nice little surprise in a few weeks because her package was just that awesome hehe.
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auntiem
« Reply #126 on: April 25, 2008 09:20:12 AM »

I used the bag on the way home and ran into a sewing friend of mine. He was impressed that you did French seams and thought the fabric was perfect for me (which it is Smiley ). Not very farmer's markety, but the bag does hold 2 2ltrs of coke and a bottle of rum very comfortably.
My SO's already bookmarked some dishes in the cookbook. I see baking in my future.
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mountaingrrl
« Reply #127 on: April 25, 2008 11:49:54 AM »

I used the bag on the way home and ran into a sewing friend of mine. He was impressed that you did French seams and thought the fabric was perfect for me (which it is Smiley ). Not very farmer's markety, but the bag does hold 2 2ltrs of coke and a bottle of rum very comfortably.
My SO's already bookmarked some dishes in the cookbook. I see baking in my future.

I love that! I laughed when I read what it holds.

The bag is awesome! I love how small it closes up.
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camelama
« Reply #128 on: April 25, 2008 12:42:59 PM »

I love the cute hat and matching coin purse!

And the bag - ooooo the bag...
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« Reply #129 on: April 25, 2008 01:01:44 PM »

I received from the lovely camelama on Wednesday! Everything rocks, I got so spoiled! Grin

All the goodies together (look at the cute way she wrapped the t-shirt -- it looks like a carrot Smiley):


Look at the awesome tee! camelama, did you print this yourself? If so, bravo!


Click here for a detail shot of the front.

Look at these AMAZING chapstick cozies! <3 She crocheted them, added corresponding buttons and even made a little loop on the back to attach it to a keyring!


Cool veggie transfer decals Smiley


Yummy soap! I could smell it before I even opened the package Grin


Neat postcards Smiley


Cannot wait to put this somewhere! Maybe my back windshield?


Thanks camelama!!! Kiss Kiss Kiss
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