For some reason I'm not receiving e-mails in this thread. Therefore I have just seen all of your comments just now.
KitAkira: If you come across the webstore or the buttons, then please let me know. I would be very interested. Accidentally I have more than enough snaps from some of the best makers in the world.
Poly: First of all, thank you. I have "field tested" the bag since making it, and there has been NO staining whatsoever. I think it is because the wet laundry is only in the bag for a couple of minutes when taking it from the machine to the line. And the inside of the bag doesn't rub off when dry.
Benjamin831: Thank you. I have been thinking about making some available for sale, as the reception has been surprisingly (I say that because I'm always very critical of everything I do) great. If you - or anyone else - are interested or have specific ideas, then please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I have tons of different vintage fabrics available.
Clark Kent: You are too kind. I would love to show more of my work, but my crafts is just a part time thing - at best. I'm still in school and at the moment and for quite some time, school has been taking up WAY too much time. I can't wait to get back to the sewing machines, as I have great new materials and hardware coming in from all over the world.
Uninkco: Thanks. I really appreciate it.
Alexanduh: Gracias, but how many laundry bags are there? Maybe there is a blue ocean market for me.