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?
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. 💚🌍🎅🏻
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.’
Morsbags Sewvember DAY 30 – Ocean Themed bag mini challenge
From the wonderful Tracy “Today is the final day of morsbags Sewvember 2019. It sees us going back to the original catalyst for making morsbags with an optional mini challenge to make a bag with a marine theme.
My offering for today is a plain curtain lining bag with a bit of ink stamping on it.
I’m looking forward to seeing today’s bags, themed or otherwise, but I also want to thank each and everyone who has participated in morsbags sewvember.
I know I’ve really enjoyed seeing the bags you’ve all made with such dedication and creativity – it’s really inspiring.
Remember to update your tallies on www.morsbags.com and hand these ones out with pride in a job well done.”
A massive well done and huge thank you to you all for being the change 🐳💓
The next coordinated handout is on (UK) Father’s Day on June 16th. Let’s have a manbag extravaganza… Who’s in?
For those of you new to handouts, it’s basically a sewing frenzy for the next coming weeks culminating in giving away the stash of morsbags you’ve made. Ways of setting your morsbags free into the wild could include:
in/outside a local shop/library/cafe/museum post through letterboxes in your street bag your local pub/male changing room…