I promised to make a little bag for my granddaughter to take to her ballet class. Big enough for shoes and a water bottle. This measures 9.5 high by 10 wide at the top. I made a hard bottom insert so it stays up nice. I had to make something for her brother, so I found this fish fabric and matched it up with some orange (his favorite color). Grandma almost wanted to keep it for herself.
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Monday, February 21, 2011
Friday, February 18, 2011
I made six Eco friendly/reusable snack bags today. The cupcake bags are all a little different, I tried different methods and finally found one with number four. The Arctic ones were easy, just added a flap as I used directional fabric. The craziness in me said I didn't want the flap to have upside down heads. I used ripstop nylon for the inside in all of them. I put some sale candy in there as they are going for gifts this weekend. The candy was 75% off at Target, score!
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Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Up-Cycled Corduroy Wristlet
Cowboy vintage look Click & Go Stroller Bag available on my Etsy shop. The wristlet was made from a pair of corduroy pants I found at the thrift shop. Washed of course, I like the look of washed/worn corduroy.
Monday, February 7, 2011
Four draw-string bags made for a friend, long overdue. She send me the fabric before Christmas and I just got around to making them. Now to get them in the mail... Might be longer Joyce.
No sewing tonight, my back is acting up. One of my Poop or Deux Bags sold at an upscale pet shop. The owner took three on consignment, I go back tomorrow and see if she wants anymore or if the other two sold. Very exciting! I know, I lead a boring life.
The reusable grocery totes were super easy to make. Trying to use up my stash. As always, click on the pictures to make them bigger.