Thursday, 2 August 2012

Bags Galore

July was a busy month for me, but it was also a productive month as I was able to sew three different kinds of bags - a tote bag, a drawstring bag, and a grocery bag. 

The tote bag was made using this tutorial from Skip To My Lou. I used vintage fabric from my stash and aside from a not-so-obvious mistake I made on one of the handles, I really like how this bag turned out. 

I love the orange and yellow colours
I also whipped up this drawstring bag using more of my vintage fabrics. I enjoy making drawstring bags because they can also be used as gift bags. 
I used gingham fabric for the lining
My third project was this grocery bag using a pattern I bought from Michelle Patterns. I used leftover upholstery fabric for this tote. I am very happy with this pattern because it gives you the option to make 3 different sizes - small, medium, and large grocery bags. This one I made is a medium size and it can fit a lot of groceries. 



I have a few more bag projects lined up and I can't wait to start sewing them. For now, I will enjoy the long weekend we have coming up and maybe squeeze in a project or two. 


Have a great week!!!



4 comments:

  1. Love them all! :) Well done!!

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  2. Great bags! I love that last one. Love that fabric. Thanks for sharing at the All Star Block Party.

    Holly

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  3. Hi Virna, I think that you have the art of making bags in the bag. lol! Seriously, they are all great and love the fabrics. Thanks for sharing your talents with Share your cup!
    Hugs,
    Jann

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