I’ve made a couple purses. From another Sotak pattern of course. They are fun and come together pretty quickly.
I used quilting cotton for these, but I’m going to use home decor fabric for my next ones so they have a little more weight.
I needed a super big bag to hold all of my church stuff, and the Sloan Bag by Sew Sweetness looked very roomy and adorable too so I settled on that one.
I have been buying a lot of fabric at Walmart of all places! But we got a Super Walmart in our little rural area almost two months ago and compared to what we had before in my town, the fabric selection at Walmart is incredible. It’s all about perspective.
So all of the fabric for this bag came from Walmart.
I love all of the pockets in this bag: There are two zippered interior pockets plus two side interior pockets, and then there are two exterior pockets (with snaps!) and a big front zippered pocket.
Plus there is a cute little key strap.
You can see in that last picture the dreadful mistake I made-I accidentally sewed the top zipper in upside down! It was terrible! I misunderstood one step in the directions and that was the result. I didn’t realize it until I had already attached the lining to the bag and turned the bag right side out, and I just couldn’t bear at that point to take it apart to fix it. Besides, it reminds me that imperfect things can still be awesome, because I love this bag anyway.
I have two recent makes to put up here.
The first is another Parisian Top for me.
I like this pattern and I love the collar. I got the fabric from Mood awhile ago. I bought it thinking I’d make a t-shirt for Ezra with it, but it was too drapey for a boy’s t-shirt.
Then, I made the last bag in my Craftsy class I talked about in my last post. This one is the Bendy bag.
It was more fussy than the other bags and while I was making it I was thinking it was a pain, but I like how cute it is so I guess it was worth it ha ha.
I bound all the seams since they are exposed.
I gave Bendy to my mom for Christmas!