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  • #7874
    beattie
    beattie
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    During November 2490 bags were made by these 50 pods!

    Bag-making pods –

    Bags by the beach
    Pickering Stitchers
    The Taylor’s Needle Community
    Made in Quarry Bank
    ECOBAGS
    Greenlady bags
    Bude Baggers
    The old bag
    Die Nähdamen
    Less is Mors
    Sue’s Mountsorrel
    Mipod
    Oneworld
    Te Awa Pod
    Whale bags
    Niffy Bags
    Monty Morsbags
    Sally South Bags
    Macs Bags
    Stow-Cafod+
    Dublin’s Fair City Pod
    Nelly
    Uptown Bags
    Cuckoobird
    Meddon Morsbaggers
    Whissybags
    Sewing in Southwold
    SITUK Bedfordshire – Morsbags
    Toni Fab Bags
    Morsbags et non Morsbach
    Innsbruck
    Offcuts
    Guggles
    Poddington Peas
    The Chickadeez (and friends)
    Earthlings
    Handcross Bag Lady
    Hillmorton green
    Bag for Love
    HopStitching
    Harborough Hit Bags
    Kittybags
    Bunty’sBags
    Worth Stitchers
    Squeak’s Bags
    Pattaconkpatchwork
    Morsbag Meisters
    Butterfly Bags
    Snohomish Stitchers
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    November saw 12 new pods

    Hatherbag
    Nelly
    Uptown Bags
    Sewing in Southwold
    Bunty
    Guggles
    Bag for Love
    Worth Stitchers
    Cocopod
    Pattaconkpatchwork
    Snohomish Stitchers
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    and some interesting comments caught my eye.

    I like this one from Uptown Bags –
    “On a mission to creatively put fabric scraps to a good use!”

    Here’s an inspiring story from Worth Stitchers –
    “We are a group of parishioners of Worth Abbey Parish who come together once a month to repair vestments and other items for our church. We have recently started making Mors bags for our Traidcraft stall so that all their customers can have a bag to take away and there are no plastic bags used by the stall. We rely on donated fabric for our bags. It is all part of our parish’s drive to live simply and more sustainably.”

    It looks like Cocopod are going to fit right in!
    “Meeting once a month and welcome new baggers! Home made cakes always welcome (how can we sew without tea and cake)”

    Welcome back Squeak! 😀 Lovely to hear from you

    #7875
    offcuts
    offcuts
    Participant

    Thank you Beattie!

    Just wanted to mention Bude Baggers are very near to 10 000!

    Exciting!

    #7879
    Catherine Appleton
    Catherine Appleton
    Participant

    We’ve made it! reached 10,000 bags yesterday – pics and excitement about it on our facebook page

    #7882
    beattie
    beattie
    Keymaster

    congratulations

    CONGRATULATIONS TO BUDE BAGGERS!
    That’s a mighty achievement and a lot of teamwork and enthusiasm. Well done everyone involved. 😀

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 7 months ago by beattie beattie.
    #7889
    Catherine Appleton
    Catherine Appleton
    Participant

    oh thank you! x

    #7958
    Stephanie
    Stephanie
    Participant

    I have just started a new pod and made 5 bags today. I wondered if you write a number on each bag or just keep tally in a book.?

    #7977
    beattie
    beattie
    Keymaster

    Hi Stephanie! I don’t do either, I log on to my pod’s page on here and update the running total for my pod when I make a bag or a batch of bags. I believe Tori (Butterfly Bags) keeps a notebook with the number of the bag she’s made and a brief description. Can you confirm Tori? What do other people do?

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