Blooming June, 2018

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    beattie
    beattie
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    2755 morsbags were made in June. Another glorious total, especially as the weather was mostly fine in the UK. I always think “Good morsbagging weather” when the rain is lashing the windows – which it hasn’t been, lately.

    Bag-making pods of which there are 68!

    Mad bag lady
    annpod
    Claire Bear Morsbags
    baglady
    Bude Baggers
    Holsworthy Baggers
    Stitchers Coven
    Grayshott Bags
    LoopyBags
    The Vintage House Makes Bags
    Die Nähdamen
    South East Living Skies
    Only Me
    Sewkulele
    Morsbag Meisters
    Magic Flying Bags
    Less is Mors
    Ebags
    Handcross Bag Lady
    The Chickadeez (and friends)
    LC Valley Morsbaggers
    Seaham High School
    Unique Bags
    Harborough Hit Bags
    GT Bags
    Ostholstein
    Rejig Bags
    eco.on.the.quiet
    Ebags@Wootton
    The old bag
    say no to plastic
    Sue’s Mountsorrel
    Earthlings
    Seaham High School
    Pickering Stitchers
    HopStitching
    Lincoln
    Paignton Stitch in timers …
    Cuckoobird
    Daisy Bags
    Sheffield Sweatshop
    Wundertuete
    Bags by the beach
    Rags Mobs
    HoppyMors
    Niffy Bags
    Claudia
    St. Mary’s Craft Group
    Herne Bay Belles WI
    Greenbags
    Sewn2gether
    SheilaMatilda Bags
    Offcuts
    Poddington Peas
    Halifax Raggedy Baggers
    Derby Bags
    WNC Bags
    Stitchers Coven
    Crafty Owls
    Whissy Bags
    Odd Handles
    MarineAvengers
    Nellycmr
    Mannin Pod
    Butterfly Bags
    Darting Frog
    Earthtime’s Up Project
    ECOBAGS

    Thirteen New Pods joined us in June. They are –

    Ebags@Wootton
    Seaham High School
    eco.on.the.quiet
    Pollypaintpot
    reusable bags for everyone
    HoppyMors
    Claudia
    Fabric Bags Fife
    SheilaMatilda Bags
    Ladybirder
    Crafty Owls
    Earthtime’s Up Project
    The Cube in the Square

    Welcome to you all!

    There were some Interesting comments

    eco.on.the.quiet writes
    “I used to be in a pod ages ago, but I moved a couple of times, and the bagging unfortunately fell by the wayside. I’m inspired to start up again, so I’ve got the sewing machine out, and I’ll just see how it goes…”
    Welcome back eco.on.the.quiet! 😀

    Here’s a heart-warming story from HoppyMors –
    “Solo Podder. I discovered MORS Bags at The Handmade Fair at Ragley Hall. I do a lot of fabric crafts and sell them to raise money for Hopper Haven & Littlefoot Sanctuary, a rabbit and guinea pig rescue that I support. I shall be giving away my MORS Bags at Craft Fairs.”

    Ladybirder’s comment will also please Tori, the Ragley Hall bunch and Team Leicester!
    “I was at the Kirsty Allsop Handmade Made Fair at Ragley Hall recently with ladies from a local craft group and was thrilled to be given a free Morsbag. My first batch will be made from a much loved quilt cover, accidently washed along with a ballpoint pen. It will be recycled as bags for my Creative Crew friends, in the hopes some will be inspired to join my pod! ”

    I’m so happy! 😀 We’re all making a difference in our communities, wherever we are.

    #9531
    butterfly bags
    butterfly bags
    Participant

    So happy to hear that pods were created after Ragley Hall. Xx

    #9535
    Sarah
    Sarah
    Participant

    That’s great news. We met so many lovely visitors at Ragley Hall and it is always exciting to see other people’s excitement when they discover the joy of morsbags! Well done everybody x

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