Friday, December 5, 2008

Show & Tell Friday



Today, for Kelli's Show and Tell, I will show you some of my bread bags. I think I posted its pictures in my previous blog Mrs L. But I'm not sure. Never mind. Here they go.


They were given to me by my grandmother and mother before I was married for when I would be married and have my house.


This last one it was me who bought and you saw it already when I showed my aprons.
Show and Tell

13 comments:

Darla said...

those are very pretty.

Lola said...

I love the bread bags, linens and your spicy colored apron.

Carla said...

they are so pretty! Love the fabric, and needlework-Thank you for sharing today:)

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Those are so pretty. Look at all the extra needlework. Do you still use them?

Linda C said...

I am not familiar with bread bags. I can guess it to put bread in-- is it for homemade bread? Yours are very pretty! Thanks for sharing- I love to see new things:)
Linda C

Susie Homemaker said...

I never heard of bread bags either...they are very pretty some of them...

Thanks for sharing...I always enjoy visiting your blog.

Blessings,
Susie

Jewelgirl said...

These are lovely and I learned about
something new today: bread bags. I
am not familiar with bread bags, what era are they from??

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I've never seen bread bags before! Do you bake bread and store it in them?

Katherine

Anne Fannie said...

I have never seen or heard of bread bags before. Yours are so lovely! I love the fabric and the needlework on them!
Love, Ann

Lara Gisela said...

They are so pretty. We used them a lot when I was a child but not any longer. I've got only one but never use it, now that I make my own bread.

carolyn said...

What a wonderful collection

Kelli said...

A lovely collection! Even more special that they belonged to family members!
~Kelli

IRENE said...

Oh I love them, especially the black and white one, is beautiful for my taste.
Oh the time when mothers were maiking things for their daughters! So much love and care went into them.