Here's the bag from Stephenie Gaustad's sprang class at CNCH, after boiling it for a half an hour or so in laundry soap and washing soda, and letting it dry flat in the sun. It softened it up somewhat. It's still a little stiff, and letting it dry served to block it into a cuter version of its former self. Now it has a nice little roundy shape to it. To finish it off, I crocheted around the top edge, starting in the loops that were around the top and bottom guide cords when it was on the frame loom. Then I crocheted a long chain for a strap, going back over it with what I call a half-stitch (don't know a name for it), just chaining again over the chain. I'm not sure what I'll use this little pouch for; right now it's hitched onto the castle of the Macomber, making a trial as a holder for my heddle and reed hooks.