Friday, February 26, 2010

A Canvas Bag for Bread


It's not a hostess gift when you give it to a guest who's coming to your house to cook, I don't think. But anyway, I made it for her--two loaves of French bread in a purpose-made cotton canvas bag with a pale pink velvet drawstring.

14 comments:

Paula said...

I bet it smelled as lovely as it looked.
Blessings
Paula

Tracy said...

Bella may like the giveaway I'm having!

Lucy said...

lol - I will come and cook in exchange for a canvas bread bag, but I would like pale blue velvet ribbon on mine ;o)

Rie said...

I love it! It's funny, just a few days ago, the website, Remodelista posted about a canvas bread bag from Denmark. It thought the idea was genius. It could be served in the bag, then stored by closing the top (magnetic). Reminds me of yours. Of course, their version didn't come with a delightful velvet pink ribbon:
http://www.remodelista.com/posts/kitchen-stelton-bread-bag

Lynne in NC said...

How sweet. You are so thoughtful. Thank you for sharing. Peace.

Mrs.Rabe said...

Wow, delightful gift!

Jenny said...

That's a wonderful gift. I keep meaning to make myself a bread bag, but have yet to get around to it.
~Jenny~

Lisateresa said...

There's an idea, Anna - maybe you can sell a few of these bread bags - that Danish one is $41!!

Lady Farmer said...

I think these are the best idea! In fact, I have been selling them at my Etsy store for quite awhile and they are a best seller! Come take a peek ~ www.ladyfarmersmarket.esty.com!

Tracy said...

You guest would have been doubly blessed to have the perfect bag for her bread.

Clarissa said...

Such a great idea! Because you know that it will be used and appreciated, especially the bread part!

donna rae said...

What a delight... thank you for sharing. Now could we get a downloadable gadget so we can smell that delicious-looking bread???

Katie said...

Darling and creative gift!

Rona's Home Page said...

That's a very nice housewarming gift.

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