First up is the remains of food goodies. Yummy! We used to have a Dixie Lee in town when I was a kid. I love this stuff! The nearest place now to get it is in Sussex, NB. Hubby stopped on his way through on Friday for his birthday chicken. This says 9 pcs, but I think it was 15 or 20. I used to love the box when I was a kid. The door is perforated so it opens. I was a tomboy, so I used to use it for my dinky cars. The boys still have this one. (I also kept the little styrofoam containers that had my coleslaw and macaroni salads. Don't know when I'll get it again!)
Here are also some remains of food goodies. These are an Oreo-type cookie. Well, they WERE an Oreo-type cookie. The Littlest One got the can out the other day and ate all the cream out of them and kindly left all the cookies. (Which were composted, btw.)
Next are my goodies and gift goodies. Four bags from Japanese Handmade. (Etsy shop) The green and orange ones are mine, all mine! The silky taupe one is for my mother, and the geometric shapes one is for SIL, both Christmas gifts. Unless I have to break down and give my mother hers on her birthday in September.
These are gorgeous little bags and are so well made! Each zipper has a Japanese knot for a zipper pull. My green bag is lined with solid bright green material. The orange one is lined with solid orange material. You can kinda see it on the inside of the handles. The green one is currently housing my stitch markers, some buttons, and a few other odds 'n ends that were just floating around my knitting basket.
My Patons SWS Booga Bag, waiting to be felted. You can't see the numbers on the measuring tape, but it's about 15 inches. I am almost finished my Paprika Classic Wool diagonal bag, and I will wait and felt them together.
Anyhoo, it's getting late. I have to work in the morning, so I should get going to finish up doing what I have to do.