Sunday, 22 October 2006

The best bag(s) in the world

I have always wanted one of those japanese wrist bags and after an afternoon of non-work and browsing on I came across some rather nifty links to bag tutorials. If you have not been to craftster you should go - there's a link in the list of blogs on the left. There are so many tutorials on how to make really cool stuff. I did quite a bit of printing that afternoon...

Anyway, the moment you have been waiting for..... (I'm suddenly feeling I may have hyped this up a bit too much)
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I can not tell you how happy this bag makes me. I bought the fabric out of John Lewis's remnant bin about, literally, 6 years ago and have been waiting for the right project ever since. It is perfect for this. It is a really good size and feels highly natural just sitting on my arm. Yeeha for craftster!

Now this was on Friday night because you all know that I do not actually have a social life. At all. On saturday I set to with a second tutorial and the lovely fabric Pooch bought me. And this is it!
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Isn't it a beauty?
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That's a little pocket inside for my travelcard! Pooch is really really happy about this. I like it that he likes it too and I like using the fabric he bought me!


Flossie said...

Wow, gorgeous bags. I love the shape of the first one. I tend to hang bags from my arm, so a bag that shape would be perfect. i think I might need to make a little visit to craftster :o)

Becky said...

I love those bags - I wish I wish I wish I could sew - I must teach myself there really is no excuse.

Oh I stole your Meme by the way - hope you don't mind.


Tid indeed a very nice japanesey bag you have there and the fabric that Pooch bought for the other one is spot on. Very nice work. Pity I hate sewing or I would be inspired to have a go myself.

Annarella said...

Wow, Lixie, the bags are fab! Hats off to your sewing skills, the second one is too funky, beautiful!!! xx

Ali said...

Lovely bags indeed. Can you tell me where to find the tutorials? I've just bought my first sewing machine and would love to have a go at a bag or two. I've been to Crafster but was overwhelmed with the site - it has so much information!

mf said...

What a fun bag! Nice!

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