Tuesday, May 26, 2009


A tote bag made with fabric from Ghana, circa 1972.
Two handy pockets on the exterior.

A lovely mountain scene. If I knew my geography, I could tell you what it represents.
But I don't.
Let's just say that its not the Duck Mountains.


The bag turned inside out so that you can see the great pains I went to for functional pockets.

Two on this side, and a large one on the other side with a button closure.

Sorry about that sideways picture. I'm cramped for time right now, so that's just the way it'll have to do. Think of it as pilates, and twist yourself around.

This tote measures approx 16" x 14.5".
I'd like the bids to begin at $25- Cdn.
As usual, the auction will remain open until tomorrow morning, Wednesday, May 27, 2009 at 7:00 am cst.


  1. Since this is the last week of Bags For Darfur, please consider posting your remaining 3 bags tomorrow. If the bidding were to end for all 3 bags at the same time ie: Fri nite or Sat morn, the auction excitement could push your "final" Darfur contribution beyond $14,000.
    Congratulations for your outstanding achievement, & your incredible contribution to the people of Darfur! J.A

  2. hmmmmmmmmm..............


  3. Yahhhhh, I'm going to send your cheque on Saturday.... juuuussst in case I have another bag to buy on Saturday morning at 7am!!!

    Your bags are amazing! I am going to miss them!!