A pictoral introduction to my craftiness, the bag edition.


This “japanese” bag is for a trade.  I have plenty more of these fabrics, so I’ll probably put one like it on Etsy.  This morning’s project is the matching wallet.



I love the “Fall” colors I used in this bag and wallet.  Sadly, I only bought a little of each, so this one is a limited edition of one.



Here is a messenger bag I made with owl applique.


I think this bag and wallet set has the “shabby chic” look.  I have a similar one that I carry sometimes.


This Kitty backpack was a fun experiment, I drafted the pattern myself.  Future editions will be a bit bigger (this one is toddler sized) and may have different animal themes.


This bag I call “black and white and red all over”.  This is the one I am currently carrying, even though it’s far more sophisticated than my usual choices.  I have gotten tons of compliments on it!

This wallet is made with a pattern I drafted myself.  It has two lagre pockets for cash or reciepts (depending on if you’re at the begining or end of your shopping trip), and eight credit card pockets.



And finally, this diaper bag was a special custom order.  It has a “very hungry caterpillar theme.  It is a large messenger style bag with a zip-top under the flap, front and inside pockets and very intricate applique work.  I LOVE how it came out!





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4 Responses to “A pictoral introduction to my craftiness, the bag edition.”


  1. 1 mermaids August 27, 2007 at 4:59 pm

    i adore eric carle, so that diaper bag is awesome, imho. you do terrific work. i look forward to seeing more in the future.

    teri

  2. 2 kelly September 14, 2007 at 7:00 am

    the owl applique is fantastic, i love it! just stumbled onto your blog, great stuff!

  3. 3 Kris C. June 21, 2008 at 7:19 am

    The appliques are all great, but my little boy and I especially love the Eric Carle bag! Awesome work!

  4. 4 Lauryn P. September 10, 2008 at 6:22 pm

    i LOVE your owl applique bag. would you be willing to sell it? 🙂


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