I've been fiddling about with the colour, I know it looks a bit pink, but I can guarantee that this bag is RED. Yes, I made another bag. First of all I cut out the pieces needed, then I scrubbed them in hot soapy water in the sink and hung them out to dry. I made it as I explained in a previous post.
Before I stitched it together I put the logo on the front. I am not clever sewing round corners with a machine, and I think this hand sewing looks more attractive on this RED bag. I used contrasting bright green thread.
RED bag. The deliberate misspelling, the backwards letter 'E', and the dropped letter 'A', appeals to my sense of humour.
RED bag, will carry heavy stuff, and will probably last for ever, and it's RED.
RED home made after all, maybe I should leave it as it is.
Shopping went well last night. I spent just over £30 so I was able to use the £4 off voucher. Got quite a few yellow stickers, bags of salad leaves for 10p, yogurts for 9p, 10p, and 15p. Bread rolls for 15p and 30p. I even bought a four pack of Tetleys Bitter for £1.50. I prefer cider, but hey ho, I'll have the bitter for a change, and because it's cheap at 38p a can.
I noticed that the large tubs of Value plain yogurt have gone back down to 45p, from 59p. They seem to put prices up and down faster than a yoyo. For a change I bought a box of Kenco Latte coffee, eight sachets in the box, on special offer for £1.24. Wouldn't normally buy this because I like the bog standard Nescafe. Another thing I am trying is frozen fruit, it seems cheaper than buying it fresh, something I can't afford any more. So, I have Fruit salad for 88p, cherries £1.50, and raspberries £1.50, and blueberries £1.50. I am thinking I will make smoothies with it.
Bit disappointed that there wasn't any veg reduced so had to pay 89p for carrots, 63p for onions, and I got a £1 bag of spinach for 75p, had a 25p off voucher for that. I will put the list on the page above, when I have a minute. Got to go out this afternoon, catch you tomorrow.