Wednesday, January 23, 2008


Hand sewn for the goodie bags at the Australia Day Ball. We made 414 of these eco friendly chopstick bags.  Took days and days and days.  I am pleased to have finished.  So is the Ashman I think.  He has been left to cook while I have been chained to the sewing machine and then roped in to help roll them up and stick the labels on them,  Thanks babe!! 

Pattern created by MediaTinker based on an idea from our friend Ellie.

Decreed by the goddess on 01/23 at 07:37 AM
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  • Barbara Northcott offered on 08/01/23 at 01:30 PM.....

    What a wonderful eco-idea. We often have said that we need to take our “hashi"s with us. You have done it, not just talked about it. Good on you! Love, Mum

  • Kristen offered on 08/01/23 at 05:16 PM.....

    You worked so hard on these. I’m sure everyone who receives one will take note.

  • MJD-S offered on 08/01/23 at 09:14 PM.....

    otsukare on finishing them all honey!

  • the goddess offered on 08/01/24 at 01:13 AM.....

    Actually they look pretty good all finished and rolled up with the meishi attached. They turned out well. Was a fantastic team effort from the pattern to the idea to the meishi and the sewing. 

    Delivered safely to the hotel today. Phew.  Tick off that jobbie.

  • sigsy (Tokyo) offered on 08/01/24 at 06:53 AM.....

    Well done T.  That’s 414 X however many times they get used wood chopsticks not wasted.  I have been using my Morsbag almost daily.
    Lots of love Ms Sigsy
    See you soon

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