At the time I noticed this blog hop was at play… I was already working on trying to finish up my newest nephew’s projects for his birth which came in late January. I am now a Grand Aunt and I am thrilled beyond belief… Almost like someone who would become a grandmother. So, I decided to put together this little project real quick as I’d been wanting to create it and had not had a lot of time to get to it.
It’s turned out far cuter than I’d first imagined. Sometimes when working with fabrics we can see how something is going to go together perfectly and other times you know you’re taking a risk and it’s either going to pay off or it’s not. This time it was worth the risk. I really love how this little project turned out.
I created another purse, but not a big bag like I did in the last blog hop… it didn’t even occur to me until I was writing this post today that I’d done two bags in a row, but well I did… But these are totally different bags. This one you can place it on a belt for it to hang from, or put it on your wrist. So it’s a much smaller bag in that respect. It is also lined on the inside. It is completely done in applique, with the exception of the outer seams to create the shape.
The wings and the tail are dimensional
The Back with the Zipper Opening.
Great for Holding Credit Cards, money, ID Cards, etc…
I do not know who this bag is from sadly. There is no copyright info on the pdf and all I know is I got the pattern on Craftsy along time ago. Perhaps I can understand why tho, this bag was extremely time-consuming to create. It took me far longer than I ever expected it to. While the pdf is chock-full of pictures to follow and the instructions are easy enough to understand, there is just far more instruction than I realized and I followed this pattern to the letter which is not something I normally do. I usually vere off into the way I have been taught, but I wouldn’t have gotten the inside lining area to not show the seams if I hadn’t followed the instructions in the pattern. It did turn out pretty cute tho and I am really pleased with it. It would make a really great craft show seller also as I took this bag to the doctor’s office with me last week, and I could easily have sold 10 of these bags.
This is the full schedule for the Show Your Wings Blog Hop
Patchouli Moon Studio | Vroomans Quilts | Elizabeth Coughlin Designs
Songbird Designs | Quilts Fabric and Thread Tales
Kathleen McMusing | Life in the Scrapatch
DesertSky Quilting | Clever Chameleon Quilting
Creatin’ in the Sticks | MooseStashQuilting | The Joyful Quilter
Home Sewn By Us | Selina Quilts | Websterquilt
Beaquilter | Cynthia’s Creating Ark | Ms P Designs USA
Bumbleberry Stitches | Mageez Room
Just Let Me Quilt | Sew Incredibly Crazy | Sew Fresh Quilts
Quilt Fabrication | Words & Stitches | All Thingz Sewn
Kathy’s Quilts | For The Love Of Geese | Two Maker Chicks
madeNcorrea | That Fabric Feeling
Thanks to Carol at Just Let Me Quilt for hosting this hop.
I hope you all have a great week.
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