As Anna and I only live 10 minutes from each other, we had organised to meet to exchange our gifts. We had both decided we would like to wait until Christmas Day to open them. Unfortunately, I was then unable to make it. Anna was good enough to drop her gifts to me and pick up my gifts to her so that we would both have them on Christmas Day. We both opened our sack parcels and have put the rest away under the tree.
This is the beautiful bag Anna made for me.
How cute is this teddy!
I love the little Christmas reel and hearts.
Don't they look lovely there on the hexagons!
All of these gifts are now in my bag. I think Anna forgot how to count! There was supposed to be six presents! LOL!
Thank you for my lovely bag Anna. Now the hard part is waiting for Christmas Day to see what else is there! LOL!
This is the bag I made for Anna. Anna wanted me to surprise her with either a Christmas bag or an everyday bag.
I decided to make this bag for everyday use but chose Christmassy colours. The red is no where as bright as the photo shows and the jade is a bit deeper.
No matter how I tried, I couldn't get a good photo.
You may recognise this Michelle Ridgeway pattern as one I have made before (see this post).
My other presents in Anna's bag,
at least what fitted in! LOL!