Perfect cutting-out weather in the UK…

It’s the perfect weather for cutting out morsbags… ☔️🌬

Morsbagging weather…

How’s the weather near you? Here, it’s perfect for morsbagging – brrr! ☔️🌬

Guerilla Morsbagging in Australia

Some guerilla morsbagging in Canberra, Australia! What a fab bag swap station 👀👊💚 Well done Jenmeister and The Cook Grocer!

Happy New Morsbagging Decade!

A New Year and Morsbagging Decade! Stay happy, healthy and creative peeps x

Santa Claus is coming to town!

He’s on his way… 🎅Gorgeous fabric in South Africa ❤️



Festive Morsbags in Leicestershire

Sarah’s wonderful (Whetstone Whales Bags pod) Christmas morsbags in Leicestershire 💚❤️🎅😍

She says “Just made this year’s batch of Christmas morsbags to put pressies in! Used some leftover dachshund fabric plus ribbon and decorations from last year. Merry Christmas everyone xx 🎄

Morsbags Christmas Tree

Christmas is nearly here!! Lovely Sharon from Burghfield Morsbags pod in Reading sent us a picture of their Christmas Tree. 🎄💚🎄💚

She wrote “Mary’s church in Burghfield held a Christmas tree festival over the weekend. This was the tree our pod decorated for the event, with mini morsbags, and small morsbags which we will use as a banner.” 🎄💚🎄💚❤️

Anyone else have a morsbag on or under a Christmas tree yet?

Festive morsbags – pure joy!! 🥳🎄🎅❤️💚

Morsbags make such a great alternative to wrapping paper or gift bags that will end up being thrown away. These bags can be reused again or again for giving away gifts or used for Christmas shopping for years to come. These delightful bags were made by the lovely Amanda from Butterfly Bags. 💚🌍🎅🏻

Nativity Morsbag

A morsbag at the Nativity!! This is a first!

The Bejta Artisan Knit And Natter pod in Gozo, Malta has the Crib (Presejpu) on display at their gallery and then at the local museum when the gallery closes for Christmas on 20th December.

Emma wrote to say ‘Joseph was knitted by the very talented Brenda Sapsed Phillips who is one of our fantastic Morsbag ladies, Maria was sewn by Min Williams (also one of our Morsbag ladies) and Jesus was painted by Gozo Rocks.’