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This weekend was cold, dreary and busy.  Randy had his LAST Home Show EVER.  He always enjoys the show and is always relieved when it is behind him.  Our youngest son, Patrick, came home Saturday afternoon.  I had asked (maybe begged) him to come be an assistant bag maker.  He obliged and we treated him to yummy barbeque from Albert G’s.  I think we both thought it was worth the effort.  Here are some pictures from our “BAG MAKING EXTRAVAGANZA”:

Leather Choices

Leather Choices

Hanging around with leather

Hanging around with leather

Patrick rockin the rivet!

Patrick rockin the rivet!

 

And TADA – Leather Bags!

Bag Assorment

Bag Assorment

And more bags!

And more bags!

 

This week will start off busy.  I am taking a sewing class as I am enamored by serging.  We also are having inspections on both houses, which means Randy will be making a very quick trip to Fayetteville.  The windows will also be delivered while he is there.  Wow!  Hopefully they can get the house finished in the next 8 weeks.  No pressure John and Brandy!  Okay, maybe a small amount of pressure.

Well, everyone have a wonderful week.  Let me know if you have any grand plans this week.  I live vicariously through you!

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6 Responses to It is Cold and Dreary and Perfect for Making Bags!

  1. Emily says:

    That’s a ton of bags–nicely done!!

  2. Charlotte Liddeke says:

    I’m kind of amazed at how many bags you and Patrick made over the weekend!

  3. mj says:

    Wow, these look great!

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