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These are so lovely!!! thanks for the marvelous inspiration and tutorial!!! :)

Thanks, Barb. RIGHT sides together is correct.

Instructions now reflect that.

Great idea but you need to correct your instructions. You say to put the two 'wrong' sides together but it should be the 'right' sides that go together so that after stitching the right sides are then turned out. A lot of experienced seamstresses would get that but not everyone; I know this because my daughter asked me about it!

Adorei tudo por aqui.

Gold! What a great idea - thank you.

I can't figure it out either, pictures are deceptive is fabric wrong side together to start, pic doesn't show this? How does a 1/4 inch turn into that bag, I have read this more than thrice! Must be blond! HELP! they look great! I wont to make!Cathy

Awesome. my 16 year old grand daughter was going to bake cookies but this is so much nicer,, And plus she will learn how to sew..

It's beautiful !

Awesome. I like it.



I think to refurbish old mens dress shirts. just an Idea.

Try Dollar Store, Everything’s a Dollar or Bed, Bath and Beyond for spoons.

Great for a secret Santa gift!!!

WHERE in the WORLD did you find THE SPOONS ?! ?
Great idea and BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED...less is best!
But those darling spoons!

I made some of these last week they turned out so cute. I can't wait to fill them.

I still am unable to locate any wooden spoons for them. I will keep looking as I still have some time.

If anyone finds some can you post where you found them at.
My back up plan will be to tie a Christmas cookie cutter to the sack.

These are so much cuter than what I have made in the past years.

Where did you purchase the cute wooden spoons?

Thanks for sharing

Saw this idea on Pinterest and just wanted to say THANK YOU- a marvellous idea, and I love how you have decorated the bags

Love how simple these are to make. Thanks for the tutorial. My question is, do you put the mix in a plastic bag then inside this fabric bag?

I originally posted this comment to your FB page but decided it was more appropriate here on your blog.

Just came across your blog because of a share of this photo. What a great project, love it! Can't wait to make some these bags.

I love your blog and what a great idea of showing what's coming up next at the end of your posts. If ever I could get to a place where I'm posting consistently and get posts ready in advance, I'd love to borrow your idea of showing what's coming up next in my future posts.

What a cute idea, and I love the idea of using cookie mix from the store. I have seen ideas that use mason jars, but I hate to give those away because we use them all for canning! This is much better, and cuter, too!


These are just beautiful! Love everything about it. Colors, berries, spoon etc. Great job :)

I can't figure it out and I sew! In your pictures, I see "right" sides together, not wrong sides. And I see "right" side out, instead of wrong side out. I will have to look instructions up on the interwebs; I really want to make these!

Oh my goodness, how cute and simple! I love this idea! A quick and simple thing to pull together yet this year! Thanks for the great inspiration & for linking up at Happy Hour!

Great idea Lisa!

This is a great idea and they each have such a rich look! This is the perfect gift for co-workers also. Now I just need the time to make them (smile).

These look terrific! And what a perfect idea as a favor for a cookie swap or Christmas party. I Love it!

great idea! love how you created and decorated the bag-very pretty!

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