My Tortoise Bag Pair ~ A Sew Sweetness Pattern

Now that photos are uploading on my site again without issues I can share my new Tortoise Bags with you!  This is a new pattern from Sew Sweetness and if you love to carry a nice roomy bag you have to make this! The Tortoise Bag comes in 3 sizes but because I am a big bag kinda gal I started off making the large (left). I used some of the Indelible  fabric line by Katarina Rocella and Essex Yarn Dyed metallic from {Read More}

The Summer Treat Traveler using Dutch Treat Fabric by Betz White!

Oh, I’ve been SO ready to share some great new happenings on the blog lately!  There has been a lot of creating and sewing going on, but very little to share and gush over. Until now.   I had the opportunity recently to get my bag-stitchin’ hands on Betz White’s new fabric collection for Riley Blake Designs called Dutch Treat!! Betz is not only a fabulous designer of bags, a knitting queen and creates the best wool/felt designs, the gal has a {Read More}

May’s New Pattern Make ~ The Jessica Fold Over Wristlet ~

I like to try new bag patterns once a month.  Sometimes they are from new to me designers, other times they are from designers I enjoy.  This month I am sharing a pattern from iThinkSew called the Jessica Foldover Wristlet.  To see previous months reviews read March,  February , January, and November.What woman doesn’t like a cute wristlet or clutch that we can cram full of our everyday needs? I tend to create smaller wristlet patterns that are used for one or two specific purposes. Money, make-up, {Read More}

~My New Oslo Craft Bag~

I love reading the London-based Love Patchwork & Quilting magazine on my iPad.  It’s not just quilting goodness I’ll see each month either.  Many times a quick pouch, bag or other small quick sew is presented as well. Issue 34 arrived recently and in it was The Oslo Craft Bag by Sara Lawson from Sew Sweetness. Who can resist sewing up a bag designed just for our crafts?!  I was also in desperate need of a storage solution next to {Read More}

My Tutti Fruity Penny Pinchers ~ A Betz White Pattern ~

I had the opportunity to test a new and unique pattern recently from Betz White.  Called the Tutti Fruity Penny Pinchers, these cute little fruits are actually coin pouches with a hidden flex-frame closure! I was a little nervous at first to start these pouches.  I don’t typically work with felt or do much embroidery, and these involve both.  After reading through the pattern though it looked like a quick sew and I jumped right in.  It’s always fun to learn {Read More}

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