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!
And Peggy Moran wanted to use this Julie Paschkis print for her GoGo Compact but sadly the focal print was a bit too “wide to fit on the bag front (see the actual print at the bottom of the picture above at right). Not to be detered however Peggy simply added a narrow “seam” down the center of the design and voila… it fits perfectly now! Way to go Peggy!
And here’s the space-themed Sling Along that Charlotte Carlile created especially for her neice Lauren (pictured).
And who would ever believe that this was Brigid Johnson‘s very 1st Sling Along? I’m glad she added that it was fun to make because it sure is fun to look at! 🙂
And Virginia Compton said that her goal as she made her 1st Flaptastic was to stay within “her stash”. and I’m obsessed with the “bee” embroidery Virginia added to the front flap. Its amazing and works perfectly with the overall sunflower and bee theme!
Nancy Rosa said that the HipBag Hybrid is quickly becoming one of her favorite designs because of its versatility and smaller size! This particular sample is destined to be gifted to a friend with an active lifestyle! I love the striped bias tape.
Noreen Saukko said that she LOVES both the design and ease of construction of the Side Slinger and this is the 2nd one she’s created.
This is Ray McCoy‘s latest creation, a rose-emblazoned Guardian! Who would ever guess that this beautiful bag actually has a concealed carry compartment?
And this compelling Everyday Attache was created by Virginia Compton. Once again, Virginia only used fabrics from her stash (which much be extensive) and complimented the look with our gold zippers which I might add, look fabulous!
And last but not least, this isnt just Joy Carr’s 1st Elsie K Baglet, its the very 1st Elsie K Baglet that we’ve had the honor of featuring in our Eye Candy post, but I certainly don’t think it will be the last! 🙂 Joy used a Disney print & added fun Disney zipperpulls to complete the look!
And now, it’s YOUR turn!
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