* This listing is for the BAG ONLY. If you are interested in a matching mug organizer or matching "side kick" bag or grime guard, please contact me for availability.* Photo #4 shows the "side-kick" bag for size purposes only. Photo #5 shows matching grime guard.
A few years ago my beloved dog, decided that after almost 5 years in my home, he wanted to eat my cross stitch supplies while I wasn't looking. He'd never done it before. But I guess it just looked yummy all of a sudden. So after he ate some over-dyed floss and hand-made buttons I decided to make myself a project bag to keep my supplies safe. Problem solved! These bags are perfect for projects to take along with you as well as all kinds of crafts that you want to keep clean and away from sticky fingers or curious pets. They measure 11" by 13 1/2" and are padded and fully lined. It will easliy hold your 8 x 8 Qsnap as well as your supplies. Each one has a hand stitched wool felt heart for the zipper pull.
*Fabric placement may be slightly different due to the pattern repeat.
This item ships by USPS 1st class mail.
I currently accept Paypal, Etsy Direct Checkout with credit cards or Money Orders for purchases. If no payment or communication is received within 24 hours, I reserve the right to cancel the sale and relist the item. I must charge sales tax on all items sold to California addresses. This will be reflected on your invoice.
I ship via the US Postal service, first class. These bags are made to order. Please allow 2 - 3 weeks. Please contact me if you have questions about ship dates. I put love and attention into every item and I do my very best to get the bags made and shipped earlier than the 2 - 3 week timeline.
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
All sales are final; however, I want happy customers. Therefore, if you have received a bag that is defective, please convo me immediately to discuss return. I must hear from you within 5 days of delivery.
Oct 13, 2021
Another winner. The bag is high quality and will hold my November stitching.
Sep 3, 2021