According to Spaceweather.com;
"When Endeavour astronaut Heidemarie Stefanyshyn-Piper dropped her toolbag during a spacewalk on Nov. 18th and it floated away, mission controllers probably figured they'd seen the last of it. Think again. Last night, Nov. 22nd, veteran satellite observer Kevin Fetter video-recorded the backpack-sized bag gliding over his backyard observatory in Brockville, Ontario. "It was easily 8th magnitude or brighter as it passed by the 4th magnitude star eta Pisces," he says. Spaceweather's satellite tracker is monitoring the toolbag."
This little slip of the gloves has produced something phenomenal, "The Amazing Orbiting Toolbag".
Here's a clip of the toolbag getting away:
And here's a clip from Kevin Fetter who video-recorded the backpack-sized bag gliding over his backyard observatory in Brockville, Ontario: