Tuesday, November 17, 2009

coffee sack stockings with a new how to

And the stockings were hung by the chimney with care...

I'm working on a few seasonal pieces for a shop update on Friday. This trio of coffee sack stockings will be part of it. I'll be back with a new addition to Simple Gifts. Oohh, and it's perfect for stuffing in one of those stockings! Now, I'm off to bundle up so that I can join the sun outside... on this beautiful, brisk day.

Update: for 2010 I'm offering a simple How To for your own stockings: find it here. Pin It

19 comments:

  1. Love those, I was just wondering the other day where I could get some coffee sacks for different crafts. i think I'll call a local coffee shop. Great idea for the stockings, can't wait to see what else you've got up your sleeve.

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  2. Oh I see that you've been busy !! the stockings look so good ! The one in the middle has stolen my heart ! :) oxoxoxo

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  3. those look great! and the setting so cozy... ahhh!

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  4. Those are so sweet. I especially like the one that looks as though it has holly and berries on it.

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  5. *those* are cool! One of my fav coffee sack projects yet! Well done!

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  6. These are great! I also love the way you hung those stockings by the stove.

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  7. Love them! I am also glad to see someone else uses a wood-burning stove as well. We heat our whole house with it. I just love it.

    Diane

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  8. those stockings are great! they look so darn cozy next to that wood-burning stove.

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  9. Oh those look fun! What a neat idea!

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  10. Oh Sonia, that one is my favorite as well.
    I think the beautiful aroma of coffee lingering in this wonderful fabric will be just the thing Santa needs on the longest night of the year.

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  11. The sun! I'm jealous. :)
    I've got lots of stars tonight though so I guess I can't complain.

    Very cute stockings! Perfect as a gift "bag"!

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  12. So cute! I really like these :)

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  13. Those are great! I want two. Have you decided how much you are going to sell them for? Please let me know when you get them listed.
    tonyadusold.blogspot.com
    pinkdotdesigns@gmail.com

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  14. I love these. I love that stove too. Wish you could list that in your Etsy shop ;-)

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  15. Congratulations on your etsy front page Storque Spotlight. Yay WIP basket. I still love mine so much.

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  16. They look great Maya.

    My local coffee shop has started selling their bags as "good for the garden/pet beds/sack races". I tsk on your behalf each morning. xx

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  17. Love the stockings. I've been making some from felted wool sweaters, also re-purposed.

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  18. You make it seem so easy. We'll see. We'll just see. :) Thanks for this, Maya. I can't wait to try it.

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