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Sep 28, 2016

Ballet Bags

Sep 28, 2016
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I'm in finish it mode lately, and these Lined Drawstring Bags have been cut for a while, but I needed some mojo to get them finished.

I made two "Everything" size bags for my friend and I to put our ballet shoes in.  At the beginning of the year, I started taking adult beginner ballet and did that for about 6 months.  Then we transitioned to a strength training and flexibility class for ballet dancers.  I absolutely love it!  It's so different from the sports I did as a kid.  Sometimes it's shocking how much your flexibility can improve if you work on it.

These bags were so quick to put together, I'm not sure why I waited so long.  I could have been using it for class all this time!

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4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous bags, I love Jenni's easy (and mysterious) pattern! The first time I made one I wondered if it was ever going to look like a bag, then all of a sudden it turned into a bag.
    And I'm totally keeping my eyes peeled for adult ballet classes on my side of town - for real.
    <3

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  2. Nice looking bags! I have an event going on my blog right now where you can link up any handmade bag for entries into a giveaway. http://www.elmstreetquilts.com/p/bag-it.html

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  3. Adult ballet--and gorgeous bags for shoes! I'd always regretted that I didn't take ballet as a kid--so I could now?! Guess I'd have to move from the woods in Maine, though, to find a class :) Good for you for doing something new for yourself.

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  4. Seriously cute bags! Enjoy your class! :)

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