Rich Chenille Tapestry Backpack Dark Rust And Burgundy Iridescent Brown Boho Backpack Backpacks Sling Bags School Bags Book Bags
Original handmade backpack made with dark rust velvet. The outside pocket is of shades of rust to burgundy and iridescent brown with tapestry fabric arches in the middle and sewn at the point. This outside pocket is lined with satin. The bag itself is serged on the inside and measures 14" x 18". The tassel is burgundy. This backpack is great with that outside pocket for stashing your water or book. Makes it great for on the go girls.
Strips for Stripes Bag
I designed this Strips for Stripes bag as an exclusive for Bernina. It is made with the quick "quilt as you go" or "stitch and flip" technique. You can sew it scrappy with all different prints from your stash, coordinate and repeat fabrics, or use jelly roll strips. The handles on both bags are purchased but they could easily be stitched out of fabric. The instructions are free and posted on the We All Sew blog.
Denim Applique Bag
So this is denim bag no.3! I took inspiration for this bag from here, and it was actually the first one I made of the set of 3! Special features include twin needling (on pre-made fusible bias) and satin stitch applique ..... .... a zippered pocket in the back ..... ..... inner pocket and detachable project pouch. Instead of making my handles, I used these gorgeous sew on 'leather' handles (available soon from Fabric Yard). I love how perfectly they finish the bag off. So that completes my…
1920's era Farm Feed Sack Pocket Tote
Sturdy, worn-in canvas salvaged from a beautiful 1920's era farm feed sack has been turned into a perfect everyday tote bag. The material used to construct this bag is over 90 years old but still in the most wonderful condition. Original markings from the fabric have been incorporated into this tote to highlight the unique nature of the material. Any discoloration of the fabric is the result of many years of natural wear and aging. Fully lined with medium brown colored cotton canvas, this…