I totally LOVE seeing pictures of the bags our customers make from our patterns! There’s not too much I like better than opening up an email that includes a picture or two of a customer-made bag, and the pictures we received last month are truly extraordinary! And guess what! The eight pictures below represent eight DIFFERENT designs and that’s both fun and completely unusual!
Additionally… ALL the bags pictured below were created using our patterns & either shared on our FaceBook Group page, or mailed to us directly!
So… let’s get started!
Alma Lou Annab made this cutie-pie Go-Go Compact for a friend for her to use on an upcoming vacation. Her friend is small & petite so this sizing is perfect! I love how Alma showed off her fussy-cutting skilz!
And Jacqueline Boanier says this gorgeous Wrapsody will be a gift for her youngest daughter who just finished her 1st year of nursing school! Won’t she be surprised?!?
And I was SO pleased to find that I was tagged on this AMAZING Side Slinger post on Instagram! Jeanette Jay is the creator of this beauty and she can generally be found at the Busy Fingers Workshop in San Antonio, TX.
Jodie Denhardt said this OutBreaker was the very 1st thing she made after a year of pandemic apathy! She added that she loves this design and that her daughter has already requested one for the new school year! I’m so glad Jodie was inspired to get back into sewing by this design! 🙂
And you may find this hard to believe but here’s a Nancy Rosa bag that ISN’T a Sling Along. This HipBag Hybrid has still got that “Nancy Rosa-style” though because she’s combines a wonderful print with expert fussy-cutting for a one-of-a-kind bag!
And Ray McCoy created this cool Guardian for a wonderful lady. First he embroidered a black Betty Boop on the front panel to honor the original inspiration for the character who was Esther Jones… an African American jazz singer from Harlem, NY. I love this bag Ray, and I enjoyed the history lesson as well!
And last but not least, here’s Jan Pickinpaugh‘s Gemini Flightbag which she finished just in time for a fun vacation! Jan said that this design was just what she was looking for!
And now, it’s YOUR turn!
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