Monday, March 9, 2015

I love Cheetos!!!!

Ever since I found this post on Punkin Patterns blog I've been saving my Cheetos bags.  I really, really wanted to make myself a Cheetos tote.  Then while working on some my knitted beaded bags I realized I needed a tote just for them.  I couldn't wait for my iron on vinyl to arrive. 

As in all things I do, I couldn't stop at just one.  So I used the smaller bags to make pouches to hold my knitting away from other supplies.  The longer pouch is for the knitting needles and knitting while other odds and ends go into the Dumpling Bag.  They were a lot of fun to make and a great hit at my quilt guild meeting.   

If you decide to make yourself a pouch or bag be very careful you get the sewing done right the first time.  The vinyl doesn't hold up to unsewing and resewing.   It also gets very crinkled when turning inside out.  I fixed small tears with packing tape.     

I can't wait to do an M&M's with almonds purse.  It'll be so cute. Of course I will use the family size bags to make the purse and I will design it so that it won't need to be turned inside out if possible.

Cheetos up your life!!!


  1. Oh my goodness! I enjoy Cheetos too, and seeing the other site my grands are going want one of these including me a Cheetos bag. Thanks for sharing your project How cleverly cute!

  2. Hope everything is ok. I check in regurlarly to see if you are back blogging. Hope to see you soon.

  3. Marjory,
    A few years ago I found and fell in love with your pattern, "Chain of Love." I have finally made it and quilted it. I'd really like to enter it into the Vermont Quilt Festival. Forms are due to them this week. I'm writing to get your permission to enter my quilt. Of course I'll give your blog address, or any other information, in my artist's statement.
    Thank you for your consideration.
    Gail Frenz
    Brant Lake, NY

  4. It may help your Santa Sack partner if you write a post soon...xox


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