Sunday, February 03, 2008

New Bag

It has been a bag making day today. I needed a new bag I could wear across my body that won't fall off as I try and catch a child or two in the shops. So I just modified my standard bag pattern to make this.
I used some of this fantastic red fabric I got when I was in Melbourne last year and some denim. The inside has a pocket and magnetic snap just like my other bags.
I love it so much I made another one that will go into my shop with this one.

19 comments:

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crafts said...

What? You make bags for yourself????
It looks great and nice to see you get one too.

Annie said...

ohhhhhh I like it!

Di said...

These are great - I love that red fabric! It's really beautiful! I can understand why having 2 hands completely free is important!!

Ali said...

So pretty Kate! And I hear you on the 'free hands'!

Selina said...

you can never have enough bags...
(or shoes!)

Katie said...

love this nesting doll fabric. perfect!

picklesticks said...

Beautiful fabric!

Jelly Wares said...

Both the bags look great.... Love, love, love the fabric you bought in Melbourne!!!

Jodie

sue said...

Oh I love the russian doll bag, very sweet.

Amanda said...

Now you can see why I love that bag you made for me so much, it free's up your arms.

luv Abby said...

ohhhh I luv the russian dolls... gorgeous.
luv Abby

Jenny said...

Such lovely bag goodness!!!

Kris said...

Love that fabric (all of it). Hands free is good and joggers too so you can keep up with them!!!

two hippos said...

Great bags in such fabulous colours too.

Jodie said...

Great fabrics- terrific bags!

Kylie said...

I bought myself one of your bags made out of that red material. I LOVE it and yes, it is as beautiful in real life as on the screen. Enjoy your bag

Kitsch n Zinc said...

Beautiful bags Kate! I really love the style of them.

Jhoanna said...

Gorgeous bags as always Kate.

By the way, have tagged you back for the "You Make My Day" award :-) Details here.

iHanna said...

Such beautiful bags, they are quite stunning!