I gave it away, now I can show it to you! I meant to post this weeks ago, but I got a bit side tracked by life.
The top portion is Blossoms in Creamcicle from the Oh Dear collection from Momo for Moda and the bottom is Kona. I used Anna from Noodlehead's pattern again, but this time, I used the width of the large bag, with the height of the small bag. I think it turned out quite well.
Like for my first pouch, on the inside, I used a fabric I bought from Stampin' Up on clearance (I don't think they sell fabric anymore). I don't tend to wash my fabrics, but since I wasn't sure of the shrinkage on their line, I pre-washed that portion of the bag. For the tab, I used a scrap piece of fabric from the Weeds collection by Me and My Sister for Moda.
I miss sewing, I haven't been at my machine for almost a month because I've had back issues so bad I can barely move. What do you do when you can't get to your machine and can't handle hand sewing?
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I do enjoy seeing Momo fabrics in use - lovely designs. Great work!ReplyDelete
What great fabric choices. Nice job. I have been wanting to use this tutorial!ReplyDelete
I agree with the other comments, lovely fabric choices. Your attention to detail on the stitching looks great, too!ReplyDelete
This bag is so cute, I love the print and the added detail of the quilting.ReplyDelete
Simply lovely! The fabrics are sweet and I love the size. I just made my first ever pouch yesterday. But I like the flat bottom on this one. Thanks so much for sharing!ReplyDelete