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    beattie
    beattie
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    Morsbags stats for September 2017.

    47 active pods made 3256 bags internationally – both are splendid totals.

    Bag-making pods were –

    Die Nähdamen
    Meddon Morsbaggers
    Bude Baggers
    Innsbruck
    Poddington Peas
    Te Awa Pod
    The old bag
    Butterfly Bags
    Igor Bags
    Rosa-munda
    Whale bags
    Niffy Bags
    Morsbags
    Tam’s Pod
    Cuckoobird
    Morsbags et non Morsbach
    Wundertuete
    Whetstone Whales
    Les’spod
    Pickering Stitchers
    Whissybags
    Harborough Hit Bags
    Monty Morsbags
    Sally South Bags
    Toni Fab Bags
    Attwell bags
    LoopyBags
    HopStitching
    The Chickadeez (and friends)
    Bagistas
    The Scrapstore Birmingham
    South Bucks Bags
    Bags Galore
    Made in Quarry Bank
    Earthlings
    Rags to Bags
    Macs Bags
    mospod
    BS5 Baggers
    Offcuts
    Topstitch
    Saving sea life
    Bargebaggers
    DubPod
    Ladies That Bag!
    sewing revolution learn to sew
    ECOBAGS

    Since the Great British Sewing Bee Live began nine new pods registered – adding to the three that started up before the show began. Welcome to all of you, we’re so glad you found us, and we’re extra impressed with the pods that are new but have got cracking and made bags AND UPDATED THEIR TALLIES! Super job, all of you! 😀

    New pods

    SomerBags
    Lyme Bay Baggers
    Attwell bags
    Brockley Bags
    DubPod
    Fulhambaggers
    Only Me
    SITUK Bedfordshire – Morsbags
    Topstitch
    Saving sea life
    Ladies That Bag!
    sewing revolution learn to sew

    Interesting comments

    DubPod wrote
    “I came across your stall at the Excel Centre in London, at the Sewing Bee. I made my first Morsbag, I thought it was a brilliant idea and want to continue making bags when I go home to Dublin. I have a lot of fabric from sewing and quilting projects and thought it was a good way of using my leftovers. There is no Morsbags in Dublin so I decided to set one up. So far it’s just me but I’m hoping others from Dublin will get involved”

    and Fulhambaggers –
    “New starter having discovered Morsbags at Great British Sewing Bee”

    We’re so pleased to see these new pods, particularly after the successful show. Hooray! 😀

    Well done everyone, and I see that October is getting off to a flying start as well.

    #7468
    butterfly bags
    butterfly bags
    Participant

    Another fabulous total and brilliant that the GBSB live has reached a new team of morsbaggers.
    Welcome to the wonderful world of morsbags to you all.

    #7480
    Anne-Marie Hill
    Anne-Marie Hill
    Participant

    Thanks Beatie for the stats. It was really lovely to work with you and Frank at the GBSB Live! So many new pods and bags. They are putting me to shame with their bag tallies. 🙂

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