Friday, 29 June 2012

The Bag Challenge

I was browsing this am and came across May Britts blog,( and she has a bag challenge on. As part of it, one has to have a blog posting about the bags one has made. I have only ONE drawstring bag that I have made-- but thought that 1 is better than none-- so decided to show it on the post. I had made this as a PJ bag to match the cot quilt I had made.

I have also just tried making a makeup purse-- made it in plain fabric as a trial and I must say it was OK---( am carrying my current stitchery that I am working on in it instead)-- so will now spend more time by making another with a patchwork design. Will post it on the blog when I have finally made it.

It is a glorious day in Sydney today-- the sky is a beautiful blue and it is chilly but not windy. So I am off to the shops for groceries for tonight's dinner-- will walk along the beach to the shops. I wonder if the seal will be there today? It has been using that same spot as a resting place for a few weeks but has not been there this last week.

Have a lovely relaxing weekend.


Queen Of The Armchair aka Dzintra Stitcheries said...

Yvonne that bag is a perfect match for your quilt!

Chookyblue...... said...

great bag..........glorious day here yesterday........

Tatkis said...

Absolutely cute bag! I'm so happy to have your pattern (with this lovely sheep button) - thank you so much!


Love Bears All Things said...

Thank you for the comment you made on my SAL post. I like your idea of an apron instead of the chair. I was thinking yesterday about my favorite things. One is college football and my favorite season is Autumn. I'm mulling over the idea of a an Autumn leaf and a football but haven't quite decided yet.
I'm thinking about making the bag in the SKOW book.
Mama Bear

Hanne said...

Lovely bag :-)

I have added your blog to the Tour de Fibre list on my sidebar.

Have fun Touring with us :-)

Houseelf said...

I hope you see the seal again. Your bag is so pastoral- relaxing and beautiful. Good luck with your Tour progress.