Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Patchwork Bag

Continuing the patchwork fun, I made a grocery bag from scraps of two black and gray bat fabrics.

It's a fold-up tote which rolls/folds up and is secured with a button and elastic. (I previously posted a tutorial for these.)

23 comments:

  1. This is lovely. Such an amazing idea for the scrap fabric.

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  2. This is lovely. Such an amazing idea for the scrap fabric.

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  3. So cute! I wish I had easy acces to pretty fabric like this.

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  4. So cute and useful! I always carry a reusable bag in my purse and I dislike plastic bags ;)

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    1. Thanks! I have several handmade bags in "Halloween" prints... occasionally, a cashier doesn't recognize them as reusable bags and looks for a tag to scan. XD

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  5. What a really cool idea! I love the bat pattern!

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  6. I used your tutorial and made myself a lovely bat and lace patterned bag with a bonus of a tiny little gravestone-shaped button!

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  7. Very usefull and still pretty! Not a very common combination... ;)

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    1. Ha ha! So true! (Especially for shoes.)

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  8. This is so cute! I'm going to have to have a go at your tutorial sometime because my haunted house tote bag is wearing out.

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  9. Ok, can't you start selling these? looks amazing <3

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    1. I probably should; I now have more bags than I can use. Thanks!

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