Noodlehead recently released a new pattern that is like Envelope Clutch (one of my favorites!) but as a full purse. Of course I had to make one immediately, and I am so very happy with how it turned out.
I made a new dice bag for my Vampire: the Masquerade game. I think it’s appropriately themed, don’t you?
I bought Anna Graham’s Handmade Style book, and the first thing I made was the Rainbow Clutch! This one is for someone else, but I am totally going to make one for myself soon.
Today, I am sharing a couple quick, tiny sewing projects that I worked on this past weekend. There’s a Pixie Basket, and an Amy’s Pretty Pockets pouch.
Simply making one Elizabeth inspired bag wasn’t enough for me, so I whipped up another! This one is great for running errands and keeping my hands free.
This Go Anywhere bag was cursed from the get-go, and everything kept going wrong! It had to sit in time-out for a while, but eventually I picked it back up and finished it. It’s so cute that I’m glad I did get it done!
Ever since I spied a gorgeous Elizabeth barrel bag out in the world made by the amazingly talented Diedelbug, I have been wanting to make something that featured the Tula Pink queen.
I finally took the plunge and fussy-cut some pieces for an Envelope Clutch, and it turned out AWESOME!
After making and giving away a Pink Trail Tote, I was itching to make one for myself. I made it a while back but just hadn’t gotten around to posting about it, because I am an awful blogger. But hey, better late than never!
A nautical themed Envelope Clutch, made for my best friend in the whole wide world as an embarrassingly late birthday gift. Blue, red and gold come together to make this little handbag.
I made a few baby blankets and burp cloths, and they are super cute! Because everything for babies pretty much is adorable.