Saturday, December 5, 2015

Needlepoint pockets on tote bags

This past week has been spent sewing canvases on two Dash and Albert tote bags to make pockets.  The totes are wonderful for carrying a variety of things.  The bottom is leather-lined for durability.  My hands, and especially my finger tips, are full of needle holes.  Even using a thimble, the totes are so unwieldy that it is difficult to get a grip while having the pocket (needlepoint) pinned in place.  Bless needlepoint for only utilizing blunt needles!

There are two lucky people who are going to receive one of these as a present.

This is Needle Nicely's 600th blog entry.  Whew!


  1. Congratulations on both the finishing and the 600th blog entry!!!

  2. The pockets certainly spice up the totes! Looking forward to blog entry 601.

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