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Sommer C.

It was so nice to meet you tonight, and how fun to read your post about getting ready to come to Bellingham! I LOVE the book sling and am definately going to add them to my to-do list for my kiddos. They are just perfect! Can't wait to poke around your blog and see more. :)

Megan

You, too, Sommer! Thanks for the great evening! Thanks for visiting my blog.

Nis

Suggested edit: "Never underestimate the power of my ITALIAN mother when she is in full-blown panic mode." I think it makes the picture much more clear! :) xoxo

Kari Rice

Do you sell the book slings? I am not crafty at all, but I love this and it is just what I have been looking for!! On Etsy it says that you are sold out of them....

Michelle

I just love finding fun new blogs to read! Can't even say for sure how I came upon yours (possibly some kind of tree display??), but I'm so glad I did. I LOVE your book sling, and so glad you shared your tute/toot with us (um, that sounds all wrong!). I am making this one of my next sewing projects. Thanks so much! Oh, and check out mayamade.blogspot.com (if you don't know her already--she makes amazing things with burlap sacks).

Megan

Ha, ha. Good point, Nis.
Kari--thanks for your interest in my book slings. I am super swamped right now with writing deadlines, so I emptied my shop for a bit. If you can wait a month or so, check back, OK? I'm so sorry to delay you and really appreciate your interest.
Glad you found me, Michelle, and I'm happy to, um, share my toots with everyone! :) Yes, there was a tree thing happening last fall for Magpie's birthday. Send me a picture if you make the sling! I love MayaMade and her burlap goodness. She's so clever.

Retro Jordans

Great site Garth! I've looked at it many a time and enjoyed. Now I understand why the Chinese do exercises every morning as a way of life... (that's true isn't it, that a.m. exercise is a way of life?

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I never saw stylish sacks like it. They can be use as displays.

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