I love my Grandkids but their toys were making me crazy. Crazy I tell you! I had to find a new way to reclaim part of my office, where we keep their toys. Why do we have so many toys? Because our sweethearts come here 3 days a week and we love watching them.
Part of the problem was me. Yep, this Grandma has bought a lot of toys and recently I purchased 3 sets of fake wooden food. We had great fun pretending to make sandwiches, burgers, cookies and pizza.
The breaking point came when we had not even hung up their coats yet when Henry sped ahead to the office. No problem, right? Well, he shed his clothing and overturned so many toys in about 35 seconds that I knew we needed a toy overhaul.
This fit in well with my current level of sewing. I am almost back to normal but any close sewing is hard on my eye since surgery. Bags are so easy to make, I could practically make them blindfolded!
I was a woman possessed, I was dreaming about my next bag. I did buy some car, farm and chef fabric but the rest was from my stash. I made 7 bags and used a nice amount of fabric and some leftover batting.
Some of the bags I had previously made. I plan to put some bags away and bring them out so they are not boring. I also plan on having only one or two bags at a time opened up.
How am I going to enforce this? Good question!
Henry doesn't know how to unzip.
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